Remoteli is one of Africa’s Fastest Growing Tech-led outsourcing organisation. They helps you build a global on-demand Remote workforce.
The company has received attention from the likes of CNN and The Times
ABOUT THE FOUNDER AND CEO OF REMOTELI, SAMUEL BROOKSWORTH
Samuel Brooksworth is a British-Ghanaian businessman and the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Remoteli. Remoteli was founded in 2020 and is a tech led outsourcing business supporting organisations globally. With the company’s headquarters in the U.K. and an office in Ghana, services include Business Assistance, Customer Service Support, Social Media Management, Business Development and Web/App Development.
In 2016, Samuel was a candidate on BBC One’s the Apprentice, going onto the show to seek investment for an A.I-led recruitment platform. After his time on the show, Samuel identified a knowledge gap that existed for many young entrepreneurs with regards to setting up businesses. In order to support these entrepreneurs, he then went on to found the organisation, Build and Master. Build and Master was a Startup Accelerator educating and mentoring entrepreneurs to grow and scale their businesses. Throughout its duration, Build and Master supported over 100 businesses in launching.
KEY TAKE AWAYS
It’s pronounced “remote-ly”, not “remote-telli”
Appeared on vanessa kanbi’s channel on youtube
Unemployment rate across the continent are constantly growing. International organisations are now trying to steal talent from Remoteli! Their goal is to get more people out of unemployment.
Samuel’s previously appeared on the BBC’s Apprentice TV Show
Remoteli tapped into Ashesi University to source talent for their company.
The boss mentality (“yes please”, “no please”, etc was a problem from Samuel at first and took a while to break down
They have 8 key values (listen to find out what they are)
Remoteli has a popular young company culture.
They are available to clients in UK, US, India, France, Hong Kong, India andCanada. Working on more countries including Rwanda. Lots of francophone individuals which helps.
It’s important to get clients FIRST before hiring employees
Samuel welcomes competition
15-35 is africans most educated generation, more graduates than ever before. But also 150 million unemployed people between these ages.
The team grows due to demand not of want.
Remoteli has barely done marketing for the business. Business grown organically through referrals and word of mouth
Very important to lay down the vision to employees, clients and to recruit staff and to stakeholders
They hope to enter their first round in February to raise millions and use it to grow across Africa
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