Testmonials

speaker

 

 

Let's Talk Africa is for people who really want to know about the continent and the opportunities it has to offer. In the knowledge economy, getting the right information at the right time is key for students, graduates and professionals who are contemplating returning home. Let's Talk Africa goes a step further by giving them the opportunity to put into practice what they have learned through special internship and even full-time employment.


Martin Woolnough
 FORMER/MD/CEO, Nestlé Nigeria

 

The event was an excellent opportunity to engage with passionate African graduate students, gain insight from past graduates who have successfully returned to Africa into corporate roles to set up business ventures, and was also an eye-opener for them on the vast career opportunities available in Africa. I was also able to network with many students and corporates.


Carol Hondonga
Principal Advisor, Talent Acquisition, Rio Tinto

It was great to have met with so many top-quality students in Cambridge. The quality of the students and discussions were first class. I would be delighted to be involved in the future


Deji Akinyanju
 Founder, Chicken Republic

 

Let's Talk Africa/Africa First not only gave me the opportunity to interact with international speakers... It gave me a job! It was good to hear the other story about Africa that the media sometimes fails to show. Africa is full of opportunities for the taking and I am forever glad with the decision I made to come back home."

 

Isabella E.C. Akinseye
President of Cambridge University Nigeria Society (2010-11) / Corporate Communications Officer, Nestlé Nigeria

 

I attended the event to be inspired, informed, and educated on opportunities in Africa. I was definitely inspired, and am more eager than ever to achieve my goals back home in Africa.

Marina Mensah
Afoakwah

 

 The event was very insightful and provided a good networking opportunity for me.


Kwaku Dappah – Danquah

 

Testmonials

speaker

 

 

Let's Talk Africa is for people who really want to know about the continent and the opportunities it has to offer. In the knowledge economy, getting the right information at the right time is key for students, graduates and professionals who are contemplating returning home. Let's Talk Africa goes a step further by giving them the opportunity to put into practice what they have learned through special internship and even full-time employment.


Martin Woolnough
 FORMER/MD/CEO, Nestlé Nigeria

 

The event was an excellent opportunity to engage with passionate African graduate students, gain insight from past graduates who have successfully returned to Africa into corporate roles to set up business ventures, and was also an eye-opener for them on the vast career opportunities available in Africa. I was also able to network with many students and corporates.


Carol Hondonga
Principal Advisor, Talent Acquisition, Rio Tinto

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