Elegbe, Oluyi, Others for Interswitch Career Fair 3.0 May 25

May 13, 2024
Career Fair 2024

By Aduragbemi Omiyale

All is now set for the third edition of the annual Career Fair organised by Interswitch, one of Africa’s leading digital payments and commerce companies.

The event is billed to take place on Saturday, May 25, 2024, at the Landmark Event Centre, Lagos, with the theme Reimagining Work: People, Culture, Technology.

A statement from the firm disclosed that the programme will feature top speakers like the founder of Interswitch Group, Mr Mitchell Elegbe; the founder of IMMERSE Coaching Company, Ms Debola Deji-Kurunmi; the Chief Human Resource Officer at Interswitch Nigeria, Mr Franklin Ali; the Vice President for Sales and Account Management at Interswitch, Mr Franklin Ali; and the Head of Employee Experience at Sahara Group, Ms Ivie Temitayo-Ibitoye, among others.

Career Fair 3.0 is aimed at unlocking the immense potential among Nigerian youths and providing them with the required support to thrive in their careers.

Interswitch is also offering interested attendees the opportunity to join the Interswitch talent community, which will allow them to keep abreast of current and future job openings at the company.

To sign up for the Interswitch Career Fair 3.0 and to join the talent community, intending participants are required to click https://www.interswitchgroup.com/careerfair/

The organisers said the theme for this year’s programme highlights the need to view the future of work from a different lens by leveraging innovative technologies to enhance productivity in the modern workplace.

It has been designed to provide attendees with the fundamental and advanced tools and skills to thrive in the new world of work. Furthermore, attendees will have the opportunity to connect, network, and extensively explore new career opportunities.

“We are excited to announce the third edition of the Interswitch Career Fair. This marks another significant milestone in our ongoing commitment to nurturing and empowering early-stage and experienced talent in Nigeria thereby fostering sustainable growth – especially within the tech ecosystem.

“At Interswitch, we believe in harnessing the endless potential of African talent. This initiative underscores our commitment to fostering innovation, growth, and purpose-driven careers within Nigeria’s vibrant tech community.

“We look forward to yet another impactful event as we continue to shape the future of Nigeria’s workforce,” Mr Ali said of the forthcoming event.

Aduragbemi Omiyale

Aduragbemi Omiyale is a journalist with Business Post Nigeria, who has passion for news writing. In her leisure time, she loves to read.

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