Google CEO declares occupations in Nairobi, how to apply

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Google CEO declares occupations in Nairobi, how to apply


Google CEO Sundar Pichai

Google is employing more than 100 Kenyans subsequent to opening its most memorable item advancement focus in Africa situated in Nairobi

Tech goliath Google has reported that it has opened its most memorable item improvement focus in Africa, situated in Nairobi.

This follows a choice by the organization to contribute $1 billion (Sh115 billion) in Africa to help and develop the innovation space in the landmass.

In its new item advancement focus, Google tries to utilize more than 100 coders, programmers, UI and client experience planners, and item supervisors.

"We're searching for gifted, innovative, and cooperative individuals who can assist with settling troublesome and significant specialized difficulties, for example, working on the cell phone insight for individuals in Africa, or building items that will assist everybody with flourishing together," peruses an extract from the organization.

 that will help everyone to thrive together,” reads an excerpt from the company.

We're hiring engineers, product managers, UX designers and researchers in Nairobi who want to build helpful products and services for people in Africa and around the world,” added Google CEO Sundar Pichai in a tweet.

After opening an AI and research centre in Ghana in 2019, the new centre is now Google's second big research and development investment in Africa.

To apply interested Kenyans can visit Google's website.

Africa has been at the forefront of innovation, and we believe that we are going to continue to develop and innovate right here from the continent,” said Google’s policy lead for Sub-Saharan Africa Charles Murito.

By 2030, Africa is expected to have 800 million internet users and one-third of the world’s under-35 population.

Google joins the growing list of tech giants setting up innovations hub in Nairobi.

On March 24, President Uhuru Kenyatta opened Microsoft’s Sh3 billion Africa development centre.

The Nairobi Microsoft ADC, housed in the iconic Dunhill Towers, is one of two such facilities on the continent. The other facility was recently launched in Lagos, Nigeria.

President Kenyatta said that the facility was an acknowledgement by the international tech community that Kenya have competitive capacity and capabilities.

"At Microsoft, we have always hired the smartest engineers we can find. That's why we came to Kenya," Joy Chik who is the Corporate Vice President of Engineering, Enterprise Mobility and Security at Microsoft praised.

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