The Story

Note from Our Founder

I founded Zarttech to bridge today’s inequality gap. One where one end is abundant and where people struggle for necessities on the other end. Bridging inequality is more about equity for us, boosting the weakest among us to have access to basic daily needs, giving voice to those who are not heard and creating a platform that can connect the underutilized human resources and talents worldwide.


Nelson T. Ajulo

Africa has an abundance of skilled, experienced, passionate and driven individuals who are limited in accessing the opportunities that exist in the global market.  Zarttech aims to spread economic opportunities from the West to the abundance of senior IT experts in Africa, enabling them to access high paying jobs from the comfort of their homes.

Through our service offering and the proper support of our Zarttalent Foundation, we aim to positively impact the lives of  75,000 people uplifted out of poverty while creating a new economic value of about €4,500,000,000.00 within the next five years. By having a 70% intake of women in our academy, we seek to make the tech sector more inclusive and diverse. We help accelerate the careers of thousands of individuals across the continent from the comfort of their homes, thus alleviating the negative impact of brain drain and resulting indirect economic benefit to our Experts and their local community. In addition, we enable the West to scale its business and teams quickly, flexible, seamlessly and affordably. 

With each successful match, Zarttech is building uniform and strategic relationships within the tech sector between Africa and the West resulting in sustainable economic benefits for both. In addition, we mitigate risks and provide access to the global market.