Talents Community

Talents Community simplifies your recruitment process, letting you perform targeted searches and connect with active job seekers matching your specific hiring requirements. It also provides an “easy to use” avenue for you to create and share online a very detailed profile of your skills and experiences for potential employers to consider.


We Hatched!

Talents Community began as an idea as a better way for job seekers to upload their resumes and get matched with employers. We hatched out of Africa Internship Academy office in Accra.



Within the year, we launched with a demo version at MTN iFest event at Accra Mall.

Sept. 8 2017


Our first major visual overhaul introduced a new design for the beta version.

October 15 2017

Seed Funding

We raised $10,000 as seed fund to buy our first server to manage the daily searches.

Nov. 10 2017


Talents Community launched a reimagined and redesigned the platform with a refined look and a focus on a dashboard for employers and recruiters from additional $25,000 seed fund raised.

Dec. 10 2017

Meet the team

We are passionate about helping people find job. We are looking to grow our team with people who share our energy and enthusiasm for creating the best experience for job seekers and Talent seekers.


why not see what roles are currently available? we'd love to have you join our community!

Why The Focus on Africa?

Over a billion people on the Africa Continent. Half of this world 25 fastest growing nations are in Africa and almost 40% of the continent achieved GDP growth of more than 5% in 2016. By 2030, Africa would have the largest working population in the world. More than half of the world’s population growth will be in Africa by 2050. The population is set to grow by 50 per cent to 1.5bn by 2030, and by 2040, Africa’s working-age population will rise to 1.1bn from about 500m today – greater than the working-age populations of China and India combined. Again, Africa is projected to be 2.5 billion in 2050 and surpassed China and by 2100, at par with Asia. There is a high proportion of younger people within the Africa population as a whole, with reports that 41% of the African population is under the age of 15. The working age population (ages 15–64) is projected to triple to 1.25 billion.
In an era where globalization is a big agenda, Africa has a role to play.