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The Digital Workforce Conference 2018.

Over the past few years , rapid technological advances in digitization and data analytics have been reshaping the business landscape, supercharging performance and enabling the emergence of new business innovations, new forms of competition and business disruption.

Advances in robotics, A.I., and machine learning herald a new era of breakthrough, innovation and opportunity.

How prepared are you to leverage on these opportunities?

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We are equipping and reskilling businesses and professionals for relevance in the digital economy, Join us



Sat, April 28, 2018

10:00 AM – 3:00 PM


NIMR Auditorium

National Institute of Medical Research, Yaba, Lagos.

Sync Africa

Organizer of The Digital Workforce Conference 2018.

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SyncAfrica is a human capital and enterprise development organization.

Our big dream is to project Africa into greatness. We are a social enterprise set to change the poor economic and institutional narratives in Africa by setting up frameworks, structures and platforms for human capital and enterprise development.

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We are creating an Africa that leads the world. We are dedicated to creating an Africa that boasts of some of the world’s greatest institutions, world’s biggest brands and businesses, etc. We know this is possible if we inspire the minds that make up these businesses and institutions.

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