PushCV launched the first installment of the Elite Employee Quest in an event last Thursday.

The cofounders of the startup talked in detail what the initiative was about and what they plan to achieve via the startup.

The Elite Employee Quest aims to search out 5000 of the best talent from the labour market; connecting them with and placing them in top organizations that need their services.


 PushCV CoFounder, Terry Kanu, introducing the event


PushCV Founder, Somto Ifezue, taking questions about the event

Registration is totally free for jobseekers. They also stand a very high chance of being employed, when they scale through PushCV’s rigorous filtering process.

The event was a double celebration as PushCV was also announced that same day as one of the winners of Airtel’s Catapult-a-Startup Competition.

Founder by six young Nigerians, all under 30, Somtochukwu Ifezue, Odunayo Eweniyi, Joshua Chibueze, Terry Kanu, Ibukun Akinola and Ayo Akinola, PushCV gives employers unlimited access to pre-screened and fully tested candidates throughout the year.

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