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Social Media Job Fair Enugu: A Must attend

How on earth can social media improve my life and put food on my table? That’s the flair of the Social Media Job fair, Enugu.

The Job fair is a 1 day free interactive and knowledge-trade session that precedes a 2-day practical social media certificate training workshop holding from the 18th to 20th of June in Enugu, Nigeria. This will put Enugu internet savvy population on the world map.
With seasoned facilitators and social media endorsers like Cynthia Anaele, a Physicist and event coordinator, Jenny Chisom, an entrepreneurial blogger, Pst. Edwin Biayeibo, Pastor and Radio host of “Lean on me”, Michellenini, Enugu top blogger and the handler of the Twitter profile, @coal_city, who gives a scoop of Enugu to the rest of the world, the coal city will sure got a facelift with youth participation in enterprise and viral marketing.

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The Social Media Job Fair is moving to cities across Nigeria and will deliver on: Providing Jobs, Providing capacity to human resource marketing, while expanding publicity frontiers for brands.

Event: Social Media Job fair and training
Date: June 18-20, 2014
Venue: Hall C, Universal Hotel Enugu
Twitter: @LOGiNBloggers
Host & Title Sponsor: DIP Consulting Ltd
Contact: 07089893159
Fee: Free
  • Employer vs employee interface
  • Social media entrepreneurship training
  • Corporate social media officers/ managers grooming.
About LOGiN Enterprise project:

The LOGiN Enterprise Project is an empowerment project of Logos Audibles Enterprises set up as a direct response to providing a holistic social media enterprise development and support services for individuals, small and large organizations in Nigeria.

Since the inception of the initiative on June, 21st 2013, LOGiN Enterprise Project has hosted three intending bloggers workshops, one bloggers master class, the first Abuja Bloggers party and an online Business of Blogging training.

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