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NBC ignites UNILAG with campus career expo

By Editor
13 August 2016   |   1:59 am
With theme as, Careers With NBC And Life Success After Graduation, the event, which held at the Afe Babalola Auditorium, witnessed a large turnout of students from all the faculties of the school.
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In furtherance of the Nigerian Bottling Company Limited (NBC) the commitment to continuously engage and welcome young talents, drive and sustain a culture of excellence in its workforce, company organised another Campus Career Expo at the University of Lagos (UNILAG), on July 21.

With theme as, Careers With NBC And Life Success After Graduation, the event, which held at the Afe Babalola Auditorium, witnessed a large turnout of students from all the faculties of the school.

The participating students interacted with top NBC management staff, learned about the company as well as its brands.

Speaking at the event, the company’s Regional Public Affairs Manager, Lagos and West Region, Ifeoma Okoye, said: “Campus Career Expo provides a unique opportunity for undergraduates who are highfliers to start and grow a world-class career in a world class organisation. NBC is currently expanding the capacity of its production facilities across the country to meet up with the demands of consumers, hence the need to inject new talent that can fit into the company’s corporate culture and organisational values.”

Commending the company for bringing the programme to the school, Dean, Student Affairs, Mr. Tunde Babawale noted that after the students would have fulfilled the necessary academic requirements for their degrees, the company would be a great place to start and grow a fulfilling career.”

Campus Career Expo aims to engage young talents in different tertiary institutions across the country and offer them great opportunities to build their careers. As a sign of confidence in the country’s educational system, NBC Limited has continued to make strategic investments in improving the standard of basic education, while positioning itself as an employer of choice.