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HR International to hold confab on African economy

By Adelowo Adebumiti   |   24 February 2017   |   3:03 am  

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HR International has announced a plan to hold a conference in Lagos, on the economic challenges and potential in Africa, particularly Nigeria.

The confab, Human Capital Summit Africa, would hold from March 9 to 10, at the Landmark Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos.

The summit is a broad-based human resource platform that attracts a wide spectrum of practitioners and other professionals in the private and public sectors of the economy from across the world.

It is aimed at shaping conversation on human capital development and organisational performance with special focus on new trends and dynamics.

With the topic “Managing New Economy Efficiencies and Old Economy Relationships),” the summit is designed to capture the existing mood, while also shedding light on ideas and efforts that are already defining a way forward.

According to the organisers, the overall objective of the conference is to bring to the fore, ideas with transformative potential to engender sustained productivity.

They stressed that participants would benefit from the defining features of the summit, which are empowerment, access to high-value network, expanding the information pool and laying out strategic plans for professional and social impact.

The summit is expected to feature eminent keynote speakers from around the world in 60 sessions that would accommodate multiple areas of interest.

Expected at the conference are over 100 notable session speakers from around the world, 3000 delegates from across Africa, 500 participating organisations and over 100 top executives of organisations.

As part of the confab, international certifications by Coventry University and London South Bank University would be accorded the participants.

Also to feature is an international exhibition by over 50 companies, followed by a high-profile awards event to celebrate human resource strategy, management and performance in Africa.

An international job fair would hold to provide on-the-spot access to training, skills acquisition, business orientation, funding and job opportunities.

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