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Wednesday, February 28 • 11:30am - 1:00pm
The Freelance Economy: Technology, Jobs, And The Future Of Work FULL

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Automation, digital platforms, and other innovations are changing the fundamental nature of work. Understanding these shifts can help policy makers, business leaders, and workers move forward.Many activities that workers carry out today have the potential to be automated. At the same time, job-matching sites such as LinkedIn are changing and expanding the way individuals look for work and companies identify and recruit talent. Independent workers are increasingly choosing to offer their services on digital platforms including Upwork, Uber, and Etsy and, in the process, challenging conventional ideas about how and where work is undertaken. Work as we know it is going out of tradition, giving way to a new and efficient way to get work done while improving productivity and reducing cost.


 The Freelance Economy: Technology, Jobs, And The Future Of Work is an event designed to explore the evolving nature of work and how technology can be utilized to maximize productivity, by reducing cost for the business owners and proving worthy income on the part of skilled individuals.

Speakers
avatar for Moses Dickson

Moses Dickson

Managing Solicitor, TRIAX SOLICITORS
Moses is the Managing Solicitor of TRIAX Solictors. His experience span across different industries including the oil and gas sector, aviation, banking, taxation, maritime and dispute resolution.He is an alumni of the Niger-Delta University and have certifications from Harvard Un... Read More →
avatar for Kate Douglas

Kate Douglas

Managing Director, STRONG IDEAS
Kate is the managing director of Strong Ideas, an ideation company that invests in using technology to facilitate business engagement for skilled professionals and those that need their services. One of the company's platform is a freelancing site that connects skilled profession... Read More →
avatar for Keji Giwa

Keji Giwa

CEO & Founder, DIGITAL BANANAS
Keji is the founder and CEO of Digital Bananas Technology. He is the go-to “ideas guy” and is responsible for the vision and business and technology strategies for the company. He drives his staff to succeed and helps to create a dynamic and innovative environment to work in... Read More →


Wednesday February 28, 2018 11:30am - 1:00pm
Digital Bananas Technology 2 Macarthy street, 1st Floor, Onikan, Lagos