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Amazon, an American e-commerce company, says it is looking to recruit qualified persons for seven positions based in Lagos, Nigeria.
The company advertised various positions on LinkedIn, the career social media site.
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According to Amazon, the vacant positions include associate solutions architect, Europe, Middle East, Africa (EMEA) startup scaling team; startup segment leader, sub-Saharan Africa, Amazon web services (AWS) startups; senior partner sales manager, Nigeria, and Kenya.
The global e-commerce company is expected to commence operations in Nigeria in 2023 as part of its plans to expand to Nigeria, South Africa and other countries in Africa, Europe and Asia.
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