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Started in August 2009 by Opeyemi Awoyemi, Olalekan Olude and Ayodeji Adewunmi, Jobberman has been described as “the most intuitive job search engine in Nigeria”.

As the fastest growing online career portal in Nigeria, Jobberman recently moved from their garage-turned-office at the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife to a new space on the 4th floor of 27 Kakawa Street (same building with Red Star Express), just a stone’s throw from the General Post office on Broad Street and right behind CMS Bookshop, in the heart of Lagos Island.

With a great team of mobile and Internet professionals and an impressive track record, Jobberman (now privately-funded by L5Lab) is a startup with global ambitions and a savvy to realize them.

Check out some of their office photos made available to me.

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This is my first feature of office spaces of Internet companies in Nigeria. If you would like your office space to be featured on this blog, kindly inbox them to me via startupsnigeria (at) gmail.com or send me an invite to visit your office.

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4 Responses to Office Photos: Jobberman, a job search engine

  1. hey Loy, i would like to invite you to the propertiesng.com office, located @ 3 ibiyinka olorunibe close, off amodu ojukutu street, Victoria Island,Lagos.

  2. Who is ready for the Cyber Monday sale tomorrow?? I am!! See you all there :)

  3. job nigeria says:

    really this guy has been intuitive……….the website's popularity has rising far beyond expectation

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