CDNet has announced the release of the latest edition of its Venture Career Journal – ICT 2013, which explores the various career opportunities in the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) sector in Nigeria. CDNet Ltd/Gte, a not-for-profit, non-governmental organization produced the journal to provide reliable information on career planning and job searching for those interested in the developing careers in the Information and Communication Technology industry. The journal is therefore for students, undergraduates and professionals looking to make progress as professionals, managers and entrepreneurs in ICT.
According to the release from CDNet, “Venture Career Journal – ICT 2013 is the fourth publication in the journal series. This edition features interviews with outstanding ICT business leaders and experts including Funke Opeke, CEO of Main One; Mitchell Elegbe, GMD of Interswitch Nigeria, among others. Also featured are articles and resources that examine traditional and non-traditional professions in the ICT industry; certifications, and starting a business in ICT”.
According to the Editor, Tunde Akinmolayan, “We have gathered and put together useful and interesting material under the following sections – Training & Capacity Development, Career Focus, Job Search, Many Faces of Entrepreneurship, Career Advise and Career Resources. Lots of real life examples to demonstrate how people are charting their career path.”
A copy of Venture Career Journal – ICT 2013 and past editions: Built Environment, Oil & Gas can be purchased at N200. Creative Arts and Culture, a special edition (with a supplementary attachment) is sold at N500.
For more information, visit www.cdnetng.org or email email@example.com. You can also call Tunde on 08154164479 or Aramide on 08023165342.
CDNet Ltd/Gte is a duly registered not-for-profit, non-governmental organization whose objective is to research, develop and organize appropriate data, relevant information and resource materials for the provision of career development services across all age brackets.