New York City-(October 18, 2010) Lagos residents seeking jobs with major Nigerian employers will have a chance to profile their prowess come February 21-23, 2010. Bringing together executive and professional level job candidates with hiring managers from leading companies in Nigeria , CareerNation Nigeria Brain Gain Conference and Job Fair is coming to Lagos . The conference will be held at the Four Points by Sheraton Hotel in Lagos , Nigeria .
Endorsed by the Federal Ministry of Labour and Productivity, the Federal Ministry of Information and Communications, and Nigerians in Diaspora Organization (NIDO New Jersey Chapter), the CareerNation Brain Gain conference is convened to create a platform for Nigerian business leaders and policy makers to brainstorm on the creation of opportunities through human resources development.
Day One of the event will feature conference sessions presented by high-profile speakers and Africa Brain Gain Award Ceremony.
?Day Two will showcase employer exposition and presentations to prescreened executive and professional level job candidates.
?Day Three will be dedicated to prescheduled job interviews, sponsored business to business networking, and excursions to leading Nigerian companies.
CareerNation hosts series of Brain Gain Conferences and Job Fairs in the United States and across the African continent that comprise the largest Africa recruiting event.
?Our goal is to engender strategic collaborations between Nigerians in the country and their compatriots in the Diaspora to revolutionize Nigeria ?s human resources developmental agenda for a massive socio-economic turnaround?, says Victor Madubuko, Founder and C E O of CareerNation.
CareerNation, a New York-based international human resources consulting firm with offices in Accra, Ghana; Abuja, Nigeria; and Nairobi, Kenya. CareerNation offers management consulting services and expositions throughout Africa and the United States .
?CareerNation helps organizations leverage the power of their people to achieve peak?corporate performance.
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