Why Creativity is Crucial

“It’s all about Unboxed Thinking,” says Faye Tessendorf, Director at Homecoming Revolution.

Creativity will be one of the top 3 skills required by 2020. With the avalanche of new products, new technologies and new ways of working, professionals are going to have to become more creative in order to benefit from these changes.

Brexit – Let this be a Lesson

Angel Jones weighs in on how Britain’s vote to leave the EU could impact Africans at home and abroad.  I woke up earlier than usual on Friday morning with a strange premonition. I immediately turned on the news and couldn’t believe my eyes to see that the UK Leave campaign was projected to win. The rest of […]

Goodbye Europe, Hello Africa

High growth markets, a shortage of skills and the potential for innovation are driving Africans abroad to return home to exciting career opportunities. When Ernestina Ellen Boadi resigned from her job as an Events Management Executive in London, it wasn’t because she planned to switch to a better job in the city. Instead, the 30 […]

The importance of African diaspora talent

The demand for African talent has never been higher, and the ever-growing economies of the continent are calling for the senior leadership skills of the African diaspora to return home. In a recent survey entitled ‘Attracting and Retaining Executive Talent in Africa’, Russell Reynolds Associates established that the diaspora’s talent pool is perceived as vital […]

African Leadership Network Annual gathering in Kigali

In November 2014 Angel Jones joined many movers & shakers in Kigali, Rwanda for the African Leadership Network Annual Gathering.  The Homecoming Revolution #heartAfrica icons were given to passionate Africans from all over the continent.  We look forward to seeing the pics! Here’s what ALN had to say: “#ALN2014 was an exhilarating, illuminating, and inspiring […]

‘Just Do It’, Ivie Omoregie on Moving to Nigeria to Become a Corporate Lawyer!

Homecoming Revolution recently came across this inspiring story on the movebacktonigeria.com website. This week we had a chat with Ivie Omoregie who moved to Nigeria having been born and bred in the UK. Prior to relocating, Ivie had only been to Nigeria on holidays and never envisaged living here on a permanent basis. Find out in this […]

Vivien Ike speaks candidly about her move back to Nigeria and plans for the future!

Homecoming Revolution recently came across this inspiring story on the movebacktonigeria.com website. We revisit the entertainment space in Nigeria this week with our ‘lively’ interview with Vivien Ike, who recently moved back to Nigeria from the US. Find out in this interview, the circumstances surrounding her initial move ‘Stateside’, why she decided to move back to Nigeria, […]

Homecoming Revolution revolutionises Speed-Dating

Homecoming Revolution’s first Talent “Speed-Date” event a great success. Last week Homecoming Revolution held the first ever Talent Speed-Date event at the Hilton Hotel in Sandton.  Over a hundred guests attended, mostly comprising of highly skilled East and West Africans currently living in South Africa, who were hoping to return home to Kenya, Nigeria, Uganda […]

The brain drain has reversed – bringing skills back to SA and uplifting the nation

The reality of the impact of the brain drain on Africa and South Africa, is well-known and well-documented. Floods of South Africans have fled our shores for brighter, better futures in countries with less volatile reputations. The loss of the skilled individual affects every aspect of our economy, and as a country and a continent, […]

KPMG Partners with Homecoming Revolution

Homecoming Revolution is delighted to announce that KPMG Africa is now a Bronze Sponsor of their South African, Nigerian and Kenyan operations. Comments Angel Jones, CEO of Homecoming Revolution, “We applaud KPMG’s commitment to bringing scarce talent back home.  With their support we can enhance our efforts of showcasing local career, business and investment opportunities […]

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