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AfriBlocks joins hand with Pluralsight to upskill African Freelancers

Under this union, AfriBlocks freelancers will be offered access to Pluralsight’s coveted learning platform. Participants will receive high-quality learning experiences in the form of video training courses proctored by subject matter experts.

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Afriblocks is continually building towards becoming the world’s premier marketplace for African freelancers.

While offering freelancers a reliable revenue stream is important, they are also equipped with professional development tools.

In this mission, Afriblocks announced a new partnership with one of the globe’s leaders in professional development, Pluralsight Skills.

“Since we started, we have been committed to creating and curating our freelancers’ resources to help them grow in their professions,” said AfriBlocks co-founder Roger Roman.

“This partnership with Pluralsight gives us more opportunity to further develop Afriblocks creative and technical builders’ skills.”

Under this union, AfriBlocks freelancers will be offered access to Pluralsight’s coveted learning platform. Participants will receive high-quality learning experiences in the form of video training courses proctored by subject matter experts.

Pluralsight has already trained tens of thousands of African professionals and AfriBlocks hopes to add to this noble legacy. “Pluralsight’s mission comes first and we believe in the power of shared purpose,” explained Pluralsight account executive Rilwon Jaiyeola.

“The vision and work we do in Africa are to aid collaborative, dedicated and empowering youth and students to upskill in technology skills and have access to content that will fuel the change in their knowledge, their lives and their community. We acknowledge others and recognize the power to create and make an impact exists in everyone.”

Through this partnership, AfriBlocks is poised to become a forerunner in Africa’s growing freelance ecosystem and its freelancers will be able to compete and thrive.

“We are really excited to partner with an industry leader like Pluralsight to increase the earning potential for AfriBlocks freelancers,” said Afriblocks co-founder Tongayi Choto said in a blog post.

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AfriBlocks is a fast-growing platform that connects you with skilled, qualified, and talented African Professionals.

Founded in 2019, AfriBlocks is an on-demand, two-sided marketplace with professional freelancers providing services to clients across the world at affordable pricing transforming the way African professionals work and solving the problem of unemployment.

From graphic designers, software and website developers, marketers, writers, and more.

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