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Top employers to speed-date with Nigerian, Kenyan talent

8 Aug 2014 10:42
Homecoming Revolution will host a range of Pan-African employers at the first-ever Talent Speed-Date event to be held on the 22 August 2014 at the Hilton Hotel in Sandton.
East and West African professionals, currently living in South Africa, and hoping to return to their respective homelands, will have the opportunity of meeting the likes of Barclays, KPMG, Microsoft, Engen, Old Mutual, Allan Gray, Deloitte, Safaricom, Centum, Group Five, Roche and many more.

This interactive event provides a unique networking, branding and recruitment opportunity for businesses operating in Nigeria, Ghana, Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya and others.

Comments Angel Jones, CEO of Homecoming Revolution, "We're delighted to be welcoming employers from all over Africa who are looking to bring home those scarce skills. What makes this event so unique is it's not just about the career opportunities, but the practical advice and emotional benefits of moving back to one's homeland. It's also a fun and interactive way for top companies to boost their employer brand, build important relationships and of course, hire that scarce talent."

The event will showcase inspirational and practical content about working and living in sub-Saharan Africa, interesting returnee case studies, and valuable insights on human resource growth strategies of top companies.

The event is currently at 80% capacity; so if you are keen to participate go to
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