Togo : Majorel Contact Centre plans to create 500 jobs by 2021

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Tuesday, 09 July 2019 17:30
Togo : Majorel Contact Centre plans to create 500 jobs by 2021

(Togo First) - On Monday, the Majorel contact centre was inaugurated in Lomé. On this occasion, the firm’s subsidiary released a press communiqué saying it intends to create 500 medium term jobs (by 2021).

So far, the joint-venture between German Bertelsmann and Moroccan Saham has about 150 employees. However, by the end of the year it expects to raise the staff to 300 employees, leveraging good human resources in Togo.

“Togo offers quality human resources, top-class infrastructres and a proximity to many clients already settled in the country,” says Imane Benaziz (photo), Chief of Operations of the Group in Sub-Saharan Africa.

While the opening of the Majorel centre first results from the group’s expansion strategy, it also aligns with the first axis of Togo’s national development plan (PND 2018-2022). The latter consists in making Lomé a first-class business centre and a reference in the region.

While aiming to create 500 medium term jobs through the new centre’s launch, the move will contribute to a greater goal of the country to create 500,000 jobs by 2022.

Séna Akoda

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