Wednesday, 1 March 2017

[NG]Lagos to host Africa’s biggest conference

Africa’s largest and most prestigious Human Capital Summit Africa (HCSA) 2017 conference is scheduled to hold at the Landmark Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos, on March 9 and 10.
Human Capital Summit Africa is a broad-based human resource platform that attracts a wide spectrum of human resources practitioners and other professionals to its vibrant and exciting hub of ideas yearly, to shape the conversation on human capital development and organisational performance, with special focus on new trends and dynamics.
The overall objective is to bring to the fore the best ideas with the greatest transformative potential to engender sustained productivity.
This year’s summit will be holding at a crucial time, one in which a changing economic landscape, with its inherent challenges and potentials, demand bold and imaginative response.
With this in mind, the summit has been designed to aptly capture the existing mood while also shining light on ideas and efforts already defining a great path forward.
This year’s summit is themed: ‘Managing New Economy Efficiencies (and old economy relationships)’.
It will feature speakers from around the world, 60 sessions accommodating multiple areas of interest, over 3,000 delegates from across Africa, over 500 participating organisations, and over 100 executives of top organisations. International certifications will be provided by Coventry University and London South Bank University, key strategic partners of HCSA 2017.


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