Beginning this weekend, I will be working in Brussels, spending time in the European Commission all through next week. During this period, I will be giving talks, speaking in panels and also telling people about Africa and the great nation – Nigeria.
On Monday at 11.30am, I will be on panel on the future of work with some policy experts from Oxford University, EU etc. On Tuesday, I will have my floor to speak on technology bringing the mix of academic, entrepreneurial capitalism and visioning capabilities.
By 2030, tech-savvy, hyper-connected millennials will represent 75% of the workforce, and older generations will work longer. Advancements in technology and automation are increasingly substituting both routine and cognitive tasks, while increasing the need for new skills and creating unprecedented opportunities.
They would tape it but most times, they do not share. I do not typically use slides or notes to give major speeches. I just start talking and as a Nigerian, it is only when NEPA takes light that I stop! Yes, no slide to share because I do not make any!
If you are in Brussels, InMail or contact my team via Contact Us, and we could connect.