Firm restates commitment to train youths on best practices
A printing firm, Doculand Nigeria, has restated its commitment to train more youths and develop young talents on best practices.
The group said the interest in developing young talents is reflective on the firm’s vision, especially through their employment network.
Executive Director, Doculand Group, Anwar Jarmakani, said this at the opening of a new office located at Victoria Island, Lagos.
He said the firm has kept to its promise by elevating workers to various positions.
Giving an instance, he said: “Our branch manager at Opebi worked as an office assistant in her old role, but now is in charge of the entire operations at the branch.”
Head, Human Resources, Doculand, Olaoluwa Odefunsho, stated that the company, which started with five employees, has grown to above 100 workforce capacity with a projection of about 500 staff in the next three years.
Jarmakani applauded Nigerians on their response to digitisation, noting that the interest of the nation in digitisation, would provide a favourable environment for the nation to compete globally.
According to the Group Marketing Manager, Franklyn Uwajuonye, “Nigeria is going digital. Everyone has a smartphone and people are ordering products online at an exponential pace. We are starting an online store that would be launched soon to leverage the available market. Digital printing requires less production time and enhances personalisation.”
The company reiterated its focus on digital printing technology, which allows the printing of digital-based images directly onto a variety of media substrates, whereby digital files such as PDFs or desktop publishing files can be sent directly to the digital printing press to print on paper, photo paper, canvas, fabric, synthetics, cardstock, and other substrates.
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