Jobberman’s ‘Talking Talent’ webinar focuses on SME path to growth


The 4th edition of Jobberman’s Talking Talents Webinar Series is scheduled to take place on Thursday 20th May 2021.

This season’s Talking Talents Webinar Series focuses on Small and Medium Enterprises dubbed; “SME Path to Growth; Hiring the Right Way”.

The event brings together industry experts with in-depth knowledge in entrepreneurship, business branding, and human resources to share insights on how SMEs can grow with the right human resource.

The free-to-attend event is targeted at SME business owners in Ghana. The speakers include Amma Gyampo, Co-Founder & CEO of ScaleUp Africa, a B2B platform serving up SME / Enterprise Education, CSR/SDG/ESG Entrepreneurship-based Projects & Programmes for corporations and foundations to meet economic empowerment and impact metrics.

Amma Gyampo will be treating a topic on how to attract the right talents with your brand as well as getting your employees to align with your vision as an SME business owner.

Amma describes herself as “A proud generalist and strategist with over 18 years of experience across the EMEA Region. With great experience in consulting, I held higher positions as Strategic Advisory and Programme Management for BlackBerry and Vodafone’s Marketing teams, Ministerial Committees on Youth Entrepreneurship, National Taskforce on Impact Investing among others.”

Another speaker for the webinar, Nana Ama Yankah Founder & CEO, NAYA by Africa will be treating the topic: How the right skills matter in business growth; The story of an entrepreneur.

Nana Ama Yankah quit her corporate job in the United States to move back to Ghana and launched her beauty and lifestyle brand for natural products which she started as a hobby.

She noted that; “I am building a business that connects all the stakeholders in the value chain and develops sustainable practices that empowers entrepreneurship in agribusiness, builds communities, and protects the environment.”

Mr. Ibrahim Assani, Head of Human Resource & Recruitment, Jobberman Ghana will be speaking on the topic: Hiring the right professionals, the right way”

Ibrahim Assani has over 10 years of experience in human resource and talent management. Ibrahim was formerly the Head of Human Resource for Jumia Ghana, Group Head, Talent Affairs for the Beige Group and Head of Human Resource for Octavation Ghana.

He has worked with multinational telecom companies like Tigo, Airtel and Airtel Tigo where he played a pivotal role in the HR merger strategy that ensured mobility of talents from the old organisations (Airtel & Tigo) to the new entity- Airteltigo.

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