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26 November 2019
Opinions from Slush19
Opinions from Slush19

SLUSH19 Slush is the world’s leading startup and tech event and aims to build a worldwide startup community. It was held on November 21st to 22nd in Helsinki and attracted: 25,000 attendees; 3,500 startups; 2,000 investors; and 350 researchers. EXPERT OPINIONS Here’s some key opinions from successful entrepreneurs!  

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25 November 2019
Nathan Sigworth: Advice on building sustainable business in India
Nathan Sigworth: Advice on building sustainable business in India

NATHAN SIGWORTH & PHARMASECURE Nathan Sigworth started his own business in India in 2007. Now, it is a successful pharmaceutical company, with over 3 billion products protected, across 40+ geographies worldwide. He wanted to share the lessons he learnt during his long-years of experience, for anyone wishing to start a business in India. NATHAN SIGWORTH’S […]

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27 October 2019
OECD on the future of education
OECD on the future of education

We recently read an OECD Education and Skills report, full of great skills gap statistics! Here are the highlights: MOST OF US USE THE INTERNET DAILY Did you know, that in 2017, 3 out of 4 16- to 74-year olds used the internet daily or almost every day? According to the OECD report, the gap […]

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17 October 2019
The Human-Centred Approach as a Solution to Scoop the Energy Sector out from the Skills Gap
The Human-Centred Approach as a Solution to Scoop the Energy Sector out from the Skills Gap

THE ENERGY SECTOR AND THE SKILLS GAP Mission: Talent research was discussed during Russian Energy Week 2019, on a panel called “Global Energy Challenges: Focus on Talent.” Leaders in Russia’s energy sector discussed how the results of the joint study conducted by BCG, ROSATOM and WorldSkills Russia – “Mission Talent – Mass Uniqueness: A Global […]

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23 September 2019
Advice on flexible working for employers
Advice on flexible working for employers

Executive Skills Coach and Corporate Consultant Kush Shukla believes that flexible working is a growing trend that will become commonplace in the future workforce. Having spoken to the Mission: Talent team he wanted to share his advice with others! Have a read here of the piece Kush wrote for the HRDirector and tell us what […]

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23 September 2019
Human-centric approach as a solution to the gender gap
Human-centric approach as a solution to the gender gap

Rosatom’s Chief Human Resources Officer, Tatyana Terentyeva, spoke to Leaders League about what it is like to be a woman in a leadership position in a male-dominated industry. To her, what is most important is for companies to take a human-centric approach in order to enable everyone and anyone’s hidden talents to blossom. She attributes […]

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1 August 2019
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17 July 2019
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3 July 2019
G20 leaders favour human-centred approach to adapt to Industrial Revolution 4.0
G20 leaders favour human-centred approach to adapt to Industrial Revolution 4.0

Between the 28th and 29th June 2019, G20 leaders met in Osaka, Japan, to sign a global declaration addressing major global economic challenges. Highlighting the necessity to adapt to and harness the digital economy, to empower women, and to support lifelong learning both for the ageing population and new generation, the declaration emphasises the importance […]

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