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CALABAR JOB AND ENTERPRISE FAIR (CAJEF): the gains of Human Capital Development

CALABAR JOB AND ENTERPRISE FAIR (CAJEF) is an initiative of Beken & Fort in collaboration with the Calabar Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (CALCCIMA), aimed at exposing the job and enterprise market to employers of labour and leading organisation with high turnover rates. 

 CAJEF seeks to create a platform that will connect prospective companies to human capital potential. This would drive down unemployment figures and increase development in CrossRiver state, leading to reduced cost and increased productivity for participating organisations. 

This fair will expose the huge talent available in the job market today and prepare the next generation of workers for what is to come in the future work environment.

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