New York — Wutiko in association with Pace University Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems organizes Opportunities in Africa #NYC19 on September 27th at Pace University’s Manhattan campus.
This event will feature companies and organizations from Africa with highlights on three main countries where Wutiko has regular offices (Mauritius, Nigeria and Senegal).
But also US based talents from the African diaspora whether they are job seekers or entrepreneurs as well as investors targeting the African market.
📍Opportunities in Africa #NYC19📍— Wutiko (@Wutiko) July 16, 2019
We connect top recruiters, companies and organizations from Africa to highly selected talents, entrepreneurs and investors in the US. Join us and expand your network by engaging with our selected participants !
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As a side event happening during the United Nations (UN) General Assembly in New York, the opening ceremony will include leaders from both Africa and the United States: Amadou Hott, Senegalese Minister in charge of Economy, Planning and International Cooperation, Papa Amadou Sarr, Senegalese Minister in charge of Délégation à l’Entrepreneuriat Rapide (DER), Marvin Krislov, President of Pace University, C.D. Glin, President of the United States African Development Foundation (USADF), Sobel Aziz Ngom, Board Member of UN Generation Unlimited, Teju Abisoye, Ag. Executive Secretary at Lagos State Employment Trust Fund (LSETF), and Nousrath Bugheloo, Partner at Ocorian Mauritius