TransferGo, a London-based finance business, works with High Impact Careers to empower African migrants living and working in Europe financially and professionally.
TransferGo, a fintech startup based in London, has teamed up with High Impact Careers, a digital and career development firm, to assist them better support African migrants who reside and work in Europe.
TransferGo will support young people from Africa who want to learn digital skills through a 10-week boot camp in order to gain access to new opportunities in financial services and technology. African migrant adolescents will be able to get useful skills in web development, project management, data analysis, cybersecurity, and soft skills necessary to succeed in the IT industry through the guidance of instructors and committed mentors at High Impact Careers.
The action demonstrates TransferGo’s dedication to assisting hard-working immigrants in achieving success by giving them access to financial services, as well as to knowledge and possibilities. According to the business, migrants make significant economic contributions at both ends of their journey, filling important positions and spreading income throughout the world to areas that need it most.
A repercussion “as endless as time itself”
TransferGo’s chief marketing officer, Marius Nedelcu, said the company was ecstatic to be making a significant difference in the lives of young Africans living in Europe. Upskilling can change a person’s life, therefore we’re excited to work with High Impact Careers to help the cohort of learners find positions in the digital industry.
TransferGo now allows transfers to Nigeria, Ghana, and Morocco in addition to 35 other African nations after expanding its money transfer services throughout the continent. Money flow increased by 56% in the first quarter of 2023 compared to the fourth quarter of 2022, allowing them to surpass sales goals and achieve a 94% rise in revenue from African markets.
High Impact Careers’ COO, Seun Adedeji, stated: “Our objective is to develop a pipeline of tech and non-tech talents, which involves transferring tech skillsets to people who can both personally benefit and disrupt the tech industry. The impact of our collaboration with TransferGo, which has expanded the number of people we can contact, is as endless as time.