It’s that time of the year again, as the city of Durban prepares to welcome the onslaught of tourism product-owners, industry leaders, exhibitors, bloggers, media, travel professionals from all around the country and from the African continent as well as local and international buyers.
Homecoming Revolution’s careers and networking event (4 and 5 March), aims to equip attendees with the knowledge they need to make the decision to return to their home countries. The event is currently being held at London’s Park Plaza Victoria and some 400 Africans living in the UK will take part.
The pan-African recruitment firm has found that the majority of Africans interested in the event are South Africans and that they’re increasingly feeling the pull of home. This is despite the somewhat unstable political and economic state…
Homecoming Revolution is heading to New York at the end of the month. The brain gain company is hosting its inaugural USA event on 25 September at the Thomson Reuters building in Times Square.
Speed Meet New York will provide Africans living in the USA with the opportunity to meet top employers back home.
“Thousands of skilled Africans living in the USA want to return home”, says Angel Jones, CEO of Homecoming Revolution. “Hundreds of businesses in Africa have vacancies and opportunities. By bridging the gap,…