Homecoming Revolution’s Speed Meet NYC to Connect Pan-African Corporations with African Professionals

Speed Meets New York connects pan-African corporations with U.S.-based African professionals to learn about career opportunities in a fast-paced, high energy format.

Speed Meets New York connects pan-African corporations with U.S.-based African professionals to learn about career opportunities in a fast-paced, high energy format.

The Africa-America Institute is pleased to be associated with Homecoming Revolution, the Brain Gain company for Africa, on their upcoming Speed Meet Africa: New York event which matches top African professionals with employers operating on the African continent.

The event is held on September 24-25 at the Thomson Reuters Building in Times Square in New York.

Homecoming Revolution’s event brings together pan-African corporations and U.S.-based African professionals to connect and learn more about career opportunities in Africa in an interactive setting in a fast-paced, high energy format.

As corporations in Africa increasingly look to build their talent pipeline, Speed Meet Africa: New York offers access to highly-skilled African professionals who are interested in returning to their home country.

Attendees will hear employer presentations, inspirational speakers and a wide-range of stories from Diasporans who have returned home. Workshops, practical relocation advice, and information on buying property and moving services, will take place throughout the event.

An evening cocktail event will expand networking opportunities for African professionals to connect with opinion leaders, corporate leaders, media and other key contacts.

“The partnership with Homecoming Revolution for its Speed Meet Africa: New York event builds on AAI’s longstanding mission to strengthen human capital in Africa,” said Amini Kajunju, President & CEO of the Africa-America Institute

“Connecting employers operating in Africa with outstanding African talent in the U.S. is a step in the right direction in helping to solve Africa’s human resource needs,” Kajunju continues.

Comments Angel Jones, CEO Homecoming Revolution: “Africa’s success is built on relationships. We are delighted to be strengthening our important relationship with AAI.”

The Talent Central site, hosted on AAI’s website, is an online resource that includes a jobs board and career-oriented resources to help connect organizations with the African Diaspora ready to transition back to the continent.

For more information on Speed Meet New York visit www.homecomingrevolution.com/speed-meets/new-york/.

 

 

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