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28/11/2017 08:16:53

Haiti - Economy : The CFI announces the First Forum «BPO Ayiti Smart Talent»
The Center for Investment Facilitation (CFI), with the support of the Inter-American Development Bank and the collaboration of the Haitian Association for the Development of Information and Communication Technologies (ATHIC), of Avasant and BANJ, organizes the first BPO Ayiti Smart Talent Forum on November 29, 2017 at the Karibe Convention Center.

More than 1,000 young people from all over the country are expected to attend the Forum, which will present the different aspects of the Business Process Outsourcing (BPO), which offers the perspective of nearly 10,000 direct jobs and 2 or 3 times more indirect jobs "This represents not only a promise for the future of young people but also the creation of sustainable wealth," explains Tessa Jacques, Director of the CFI.

To enable young people from all over the country to participate, BANJ teams have traveled to several cities across the country to register young graduates and students with the required knowledge in terms of languages or computer skills. A third of these young people will be transported the day before the Forum from their provincial cities by bus and supported all day of November 29 "These two days of activity represent for us the culmination of a process of structuring the BPO sector. in Haiti. Today we can say that Haiti has the technical and human resources to compete with other countries in the region," said Inter-American Development Bank representative Luis Echebarria.

On the agenda of the day, presentations by international experts in this field and its global perspectives but also local, job opportunities that are there and can develop. The skills required to apply for this type of career will be highlighted during presentations and panel discussions but also during practical workshops to prepare for job interviews, how to submit a resume or make a good presentation synthesis.

At the end of this Forum will be launched the platform "Haiti Digital Service" an internet platform that will provide information that investors may need for their business decisions in the BPO sector. This platform will also facilitate the recruitment of qualified human resources for the sector, through a database powered by local skills that will register directly online.

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