Skilled hands are rare to come by, especially in Nigeria, where it’s easy to encounter many who claim to be professionals but end up doing schlock works.
Connect Skills intends to kick out this “risk” by serving as a platform where people who are truly skilled in their vocation are connected to those seeking such skills or services.
This, of course provides service providers with wider publicity, and could ultimately increase their revenue power.
Connect Skills wouldn’t be the first to steer this course. Gigfisher also present themselves as the “go-to” platform for such. But since Connect Skills’ launch on July 3, 2017, Udoma is certain they’d dominate the market soon enough.
In a society that demands to maximize benefits for paid services, we ensure our clients are delighted by referring trusted hands to handle their needs via our VIP option.
Udoka Ozurumba and Chioma Ozurumba discharge their duties as the CEO and Administrator respectively. Chioma is also vested with the responsibilities of skill acquisition.
“Our Skill Acquisition program is modeled on training our skill providers and thereafter engaging the outstanding ones via our VIP service to make them self-employed” Udoka told Techpoint.
Hopefully, your search for skilled-hands will end once you visit the online platform.
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