African Management Services Company (AMSCO), an organisation that provides integrated human capital development solutions to private and public businesses across the continent, is set to hold its yearly Business Transforming Africa Conference (#BTAC) this month (March) in Nigeria.
Speaking on the upcoming event, the Head of Operations – Anglophone West Africa (Mrs. Eno Edet) – said the conference entitled, “Skill for Economic Growth,” is aimed at supporting businesses in Nigeria with skill solutions that enhance organisational growth.
Because of this, the conference is expected to be attended by senior executives, and managers who are responsible for effective human resources and value chain within their respective organisations.
The conference will focus on the following: Homecoming revolution – A look at the Africa Diaspora, Employee Training; Cost or Investment Assessing ROI of Training and the Changing Role of Human Resources in Business from Service Provider to Strategic Partner. She reiterated the commitment of AMSCO to bring on board experts and professionals in the field with wealth of experience who are capable of effectively and efficiently handling the subject matter.
The conference will hold in six countries in the Sub-Saharan region, in the following order: Zambia, Kenya, Tanzania, Nigeria, Ghana, Cameroun and Mozambique. The conference will attract professionals in both private and
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