ShapeShifter

Looking for a dev job? Need a developer? OfferZen brings you together!

There are a lot of good companies you might not know of.

Malan Joubert, OfferZen

We have more than 400 companies on the platform.

Malan Joubert, OfferZen

It’s definitely the intention to expand globally.

Malan Joubert, OfferZen

Are you a developer?

Are you perhaps looking to employ a developer?

Enter OfferZen...

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed OfferZen cofounder Malan Joubert for his weekly “ShapeShifter” feature.

OfferZen is a curated jobs marketplace that seeks to connect developers with South African tech employers.

Listen to interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).

Both sides know we’re helping people who are building software.

Malan Joubert, OfferZen

We do a lot of ads on Facebook…

Malan Joubert, OfferZen

Companies use us because we give them access to developers who don’t use sites such as LinkedIn.

Malan Joubert, OfferZen

Developers’ salaries in South Africa are quite competitive.

Malan Joubert, OfferZen

The levels of competence and hard work there [Silicon Valley] are unrivalled!

Malan Joubert, OfferZen

Think of it as a LinkedIn profile for a software developer.

Malan Joubert, OfferZen

We charge companies a once-off fee only if there’s a match.

Malan Joubert, OfferZen

We’re similar to Airbnb…

Malan Joubert, OfferZen

There’s a value in having a strange name.

Malan Joubert, OfferZen

Developers are an interesting crowd. There’s a distinct culture in this space.

Malan Joubert, OfferZen

We have just over 10 000 developers that have signed up.

Malan Joubert, OfferZen

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