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Why Africa is the world's best resource for tech talent

For tech companies to continue to grow, they need talent. And if one startup has its way, a big chunk of that talent is going to come from Africa.  "It's our belief that Africa is the largest pool of underutilized brainpower in the world," Jeremy Johnson, the CEO and co-founder of Andela, said on this week's episode of Mashable's Biz Please podcast. "And it is better for everyone in the world if that situation is changed.
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