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New Innovation Hub for Africa's Future Engineers Opens in Joburg

GE has officially opened the doors to its new $32 million GE African Innovation Centre in South Africa - the green and LEED-certified building is located alongside the Killarney Country Club golf course, near Rosebank, in northern Johannesburg. "The center," according to GE Africa president Jay Ireland, will be a "collaborative work space" aimed at helping young people "share their innovative solutions, while learning from some of the best GE minds in their respective fields." Thomas Konditi, CEO of GE South Africa and GE Transportation Africa, adds that "the center will also be the focal point for GE's Learning and Development Center of Excellence" providing trainning for GE employees and customers. Find out more about GE in this BRIEFING

 

 

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Inside GE African Innovation Center, Johanesburg, South Africa

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GE's new African Innovation Center, Johannesburg, South Africa

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Inside GE's first African Innovation Center, Johannesburg, South Africa

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  • GE Africa Innovation Centre

    Publisher:
    GE Africa
    Publication Date:
    14 June 2016

    On 13 June 2016, the GE Africa Innovation Centre opened its doors with a spectacular and sparkling launch event. With a theme of "Where GE and Africa ... see more »

  • Countdown to GE Africa Innovation Centre

    Publisher:
    GE Africa
    Publication Date:
    9 June 2016

    Thomas Konditi, CEO of GE South Africa and GE Transportation Africa, discusses the importance of innovation in Africa and talks about the GE Africa ... see more »

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