Tunga boosts job market across Africa

June 17th, 2020 – The world economy might be stopped in its tracks because of the coronavirus, Dutch-African tech company Tunga is not.

The organisation with a current network of over 400 African software developers, has received a Dutch Good Growth Fund (DGGF) loan to build further capacity.

The investment of €120,000 enables Tunga to expand its African operations on the one hand, allowing the launch of growth plans in Europe on the other hand.

The company will invest the DGGF funding in expanding the local organisation and infrastructure in Africa so that more African developers get the opportunity to become part of Tunga’s talent program.


Written by Nordic Africa News
Photo: Tech Crunch

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