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Tech Talent Workforce Towards Economica and Societal Growth_Lars.pdf

  1. 1. Lars Christer Johannisson CEO Africa Teleperformance DIGITAL TALENT AS A GROWTH ENABLER.
  2. 2. 2 - Customer Care - Technical Support Level 1, 2 & 3 - Gamers Help Desk - Accounts Receivable - Loyalty Managment - Digital Customer Onboarding - Digital Content Management - Risk, Compliance & Fraud Ops. - Global Business Services - F&A, HR - Strategic Consulting and Diagnosis - Customer Experience Analytics T.A.P TM - Market Research & Intelligence - Innovation, Research & Development MARKETING SALES FULFILLMENT SERVICE INSIGHTS RETENTION ADVOCACY TRUST & SAFETY CX & BUSINESS SERVICES T&S SERVICES TAP SERVICES CHANNELS PX JOURNEY SOURCING STRATEGY BUSINESS SERVICES CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE - Operational Performance Analytics - Digital Transformation Implementation - e-Commerce, Shopping, and Payment/Fraud Review - Application & Developer Support - User-Generated Content Moderation - Ad Moderation & Monetization - Identity & Account Authenticity - Digital Media & Copyrights - Social Media CX - AI operations ONSHORE NEARSHORE OFFSHORE MULTILINGUAL CLOUD CAMPUS VOICE EMAIL CHAT VIDEO SOCIAL MEDIA DIRECT MESSAGING SALES OPERATIONS - B2B Sales - B2C Sales - Collections - Churn / Retention - Sales Training & Coaching - Sales Recruitment (HRO)
  3. 3. 3 A proven track record with more than 44 years of experience 420K+ Employees 1978 Founded in France, with 12 employees in telemarketing 1986 First listed on the Paris stock market 1993 Started operations in the US 1998-2002 Started operations in Latin America: acquisitions in Argentina and Brazil (1998) and Mexico (2002) 2008 Acquisition of The Answer Group (US) 2010 Acquisition of BeCogent (UK) and Teledatos (Colombia) 2012 Full control of TLSContact (UK) 1996 Started operations, including the Philippines 2018 Acquisition of Intelenet and launch of Digital Integrated Business Services 2014 Acquisition of Aegis USA 2007 Acquisition of Alliance One 2020 Transition of over 220k active employees to work-at-home in response to COVID-19 2016 Acquisition of LanguageLine Solutions 2021 2022 1990 2000 2010 2020 1978 2022 2021 Acquisitions of Health Advocates and Senture Digitally-advanced and integrated experience management Digital Customer Experience Customer Experience 23K+ Employees in Africa 10 Countries in Africa
  4. 4. Economic growth vs. Digital Inclusivity The availability of quality and skilled professionals has fueled several young adults who are ambitious and eager to get a head start in their careers, at an early age. 4 Digitally Enabled People make the difference for our Growth The lions are going digital In 2013, 67 million people in Africa used smartphones and 16 percent of the population was online. By 2025, Internet penetration will reach 50 percent. The continent has the youngest population in the world with an average age of 19.7, meaning young people looking to break into the technology industry. Tech Education is Booming: Recognizing the critical need for technology-based education, multiple universities in Africa now offer software engineering, computer science and other tech programs. 19.7years Median Age (2022) WorldBank, ILO , IFC, Andela, 4iCU, Africa 29.6% Unemployment rate (2021) 1k+ Universities in Africa and 215+ across Kenya and Nigeria 43% 83+ Internet Penetration (2021) # mobile subscriptions per 100 people (2022) 1100k+ Graduates per year in Kenya & Nigeria The infrastructure (telecom networks, internet speed, fiber optic, broadband services) in the African continent is growing steadily, boosting its importance as a leading tech economy. Tapping into Africa’s Tech Savvy Talent Pool is paramount African FinTech’s had estimated revenues of around $4 billion to $6 billion in 2020. In 2022, in Nigeria FinTech's have attracted US$507 million – accounting for 67.8 per cent of Nigeria’s total funding for the year to date.
  5. 5. VR & AR Networking & Community Digital Economy Edge Technology Blockchain Decentralization Crypto & NFT Interoperability Semantic Web Trust & Safety Privacy Anti-bias Non-discrimination Algorithm Security

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