About Nama Njobvu
Nama Njobvu is a London based entrepreneur and a research led, Executive Recruiter, presently operating within the disruptive and ever augmenting electric mobility industry and its full value chain, exclusively connecting high calibre senior -level talent and executives to the world’s leading brands.
There is no better time than now to assist visionary brands by providing them with passionate and like minded, high calibre senior level & executive talent to assist in pushing their much needed products out into the world to avoid a global tragedy.
We need to stop adding greenhouse gases into the atmosphere!
Nama is contributing to help avoid a global climate catastrophe along being part of the electric mobility value chain by partnering and serving visionary brands to make their lives and business operations easier. Nama is passionate about helping the world meet climate and clean air targets.
Nama is assisting to battle some of the world’s most pressing problems. He is also the founder of the D and S Executive Search firm in London, UK. Nama has over fifteen years experience in recruiting, sales, marketing and researching.
Nama is an experienced 360 recruiter with experience from a number of diverse industries. He is experienced in handling the full end to end recruitment process. Nama is certainly not your conventional cv pusher, he will search the whole market place strategically to source the very best talent, no leaf will be left unturned, he applies a robust and efficient process on every search mandate he works on to make sure he always gets the best results . Lastly, Nama is also extremely passionate about disability inclusion and describes himself as being an advocate in this area.
Where can you charge your electric vehicle?
1 Public charging networks – usually found at car parks and supermarkets, they are often free during the duration of your stay.
2 Charge at home – electric vehicle buyers are able to purchase and install their own charging stations at home. The UK government provides financial support to electric vehicle owners which covers a proportion of the total costs.
3 On street residential charging – This method is different from the other two, charging stations are installed on residential streets, which allows electric car holders to charge their cars conveniently on the street.
1- public charging networks – usually found at car parks and supermarkets and are often free during the duration of your stay.
2 – Charge at home – electric vehicle buyers are able to purcase and install their own charging stations at home.The Uk government provides financial support to electric vehicle owners which covers a proportion of the total costs.
3 – On-street residential charging. This method is different from the other two. with on- street charging, charging stations are installed on residential streets, which allows electric car holders to charge their cars conviniently on the street.