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GUBA careers to bridge diaspora transition gap

PICTURED: Uche Ofodile

GUBA ENTERPRISE has announced that the second edition of its careers event, GUBA Careers, will be held on Saturday 10 February, 2018 at the London offices of reputable UK law firm - Clyde & Co.

Dubbed "The Diaspora Transition" or "TDT", the event aims to bridge the gap between professionals in the diaspora and companies in Ghana. Over 20 recruiters from industries such as business, politics, law, technology, banking, media and real estate will meet and interact with individuals who are interested in moving to Ghana.

Tickets are currently available for the event and can be purchased on Eventbrite.

Dentaa Amoateng MBE, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of the GUBA Enterprise said the event seeks to assist people with integration into Ghana by providing advice on the career opportunities and challenges with transitioning back home.

"With Ghana’s new government focused on establishing relationships with the diaspora community, GUBA Careers is a key opportunity for members of the diaspora to integrate into the Ghanaian society and contribute their skills and investment into the country’s development”, she added.

The event and vision has been greatly endorsed by the Ghanaian government and the Diaspora Office of the President of Ghana will be in attendance.

Speakers on the day include Ms. Uche Odofile, Regional Head, Africa - Express Wifi at Facebook, Mr Edward Effah - CEO of Fidelity Bank Ghana, Mr Akwasi Ababio - Director of the Diaspora Office of the President, Hon. Ibrahim Awal - Minister of Business and Development, Mr Thomas Baafi - CEO of B Systems and Mr Rahul Gopinath - Regional Director for ECOM Agro Industrial Corporation. ECOM Agro Industrial Corporation are proud sponsors of the GUBA Careers event.

TDT will be a one-day event filled with valuable information and insider knowledge to aid in a smooth transition into the Ghanaian job industry. As part of the programme, attendees will participate in workshops, interviews, TED style talks and networking sessions.

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