Homecoming Revolution, the Brain Gain company for Africa, is proud to be associated with Thomson Reuters on our upcoming New York event.
Taking place at the Thomson Reuters building in Time Square on 25 September, the event brings together leading pan-African corporates and top US-based African professionals in an effort to woo them home.
Comments Angel Jones CEO of Homecoming Revolution, “It’s very exciting to be associated with Thomson Reuters on our New York event. It’s fantastic to be aligned with an organisation that shares our passion for Africa’s success.”
“We have had face-to-face contact with over 17, 000 Africans abroad through our 38 pan-African and global events and it will be a pleasure to encourage top African talent to come home from the beautiful Thomson Reuters Building in Times Square,”continues Jones.
Comments Sneha Shah, Thomson Reuters Managing Director Africa, “Africa is now at the cusp of the brain gain and the diaspora are seeing the opportunity to come home and have a real impact on the future of the continent. We see this as a huge opportunity to accelerate our own business and are proud to partner with Homecoming Revolution to bring Africa talent home.”
Thomson Reuters has a large and growing business presence in Africa serving professionals across the legal, tax, financial, intellectual property and science sectors and are helping to drive the transformation of African economies from aid based to knowledge based.
Speed Meet Africa New York is the best way to meet top East, West and South African talent living in the USA in a fun and interactive setting. The sessions enable African employers to meet high volumes of pre-matched candidates with no placement fees.
The event is ideal for businesses who want to build their scarce-skills talent pipeline, promote their employer brand on a global stage, and learn about employee engagement trends.
What’s more, the events bring together inspirational speakers, homecomer stories – warts and all, practical relocation advice, workshops, property, schools and moving services.
For more information on the US event visit www.homecomingrevolution.com/speed-meets/new-york/.