CorperConnect NG announces that it will be launching its web-based online community calledKopaConnectthat helps corps members stay connected with their friends and colleagues, share digital content, build new relationships and provide value for their time and skills throughout and after their service year. Corps Members on the platform get opportunities to collaborate, get freelance jobs and access to development tools that will be useful after they leave the scheme.
The platform has a marketplace called “Mami-Market” where corps members can advertise their S.A.E.D products and services for free. In this market-place, the corps members have unlimited access to marketing tools needed to make their products and services stand out. Furthermore, on Mami-Market, corps members with skills will get access to freelance jobs focused on their career path or passion, this jobs will not only give them extra income, it will provide them with experience needed in the labour market after their service year.
What makes KopaConnect different is the community reward system called “Alawee” a feature that encourages user’s adoption and increases their hierarchy in the community. The hierarchy levels are as follows: State Commandant (highest), Director, Zonal Coordinator, Local Commandant, Senior Kopa, Otondo (lowest). These points (Alawee) are allocated for certain actions performed by each corps member.
Kalu KaluKalu, the founder of KopaConnect, created the company and its services so that as the corps members are serving the country, they are also served. Also, to connect corps members all over Nigeria through a user-friendly, innovative and effective engagement platform where the skillset of the corps members are honed and converted to value. Our core purpose is to build a community of patriotic youths that are passionate enough to reconstruct, reconcile and rebuild Nigeria through their engagement.
To learn more about KopaConnect and the services it offers, visit www.kopaconnect.com.ng