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Investing in Africa's Youth is the Only Way Forward

In Africa "there is a shortage of technical  skills in the workforce," says Jay Ireland, President & CEO of GE Africa. According to statistics, there is a rapidly growing number of youth who are unemployed who lack key skills which are in demand. As "a global company that  operates locally," GE Africa wants to develop local talent close to its customers in order to deliver the best results. "It is therefore a  priority for us to build a strong workforce to power Africa's growth," says Bianca Tulumello, senior executive human resources manager for GE Africa. Read more. More about GE in Africa in this BRIEFING

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“We are a global company that operates locally, which means that we want to develop local talent close to our customers in order to deliver the best results. It is therefore a priority for us to build a strong workforce to power Africa’s growth" - Bianca Tulumello, senior executive human resources manager for GE Africa.

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