Franco-African forum for shared growth
Registration for this event has been closed. Yves Dambach, CEO of KTM Advance and Ramatoulaye Fall, General Manager of KTM Advance Senegal invite you to follow the debate during a thematic breakfast:
Using innovation for growth, Monday, February 9 at 8h30 at KTM Advance premises.
With KTM Advance, Africa takes on digital to reawaken education and training for employment.
Yves Dambach, CEO of KTM Advance, who was invited to participate in the round table “using innovation for growth” in the Franco-African Forum program for shared growth, which will roll out February 6. Ramatoulaye Fall, General Manager of the subsidiary KTM Advance in Senegal, invite you to continue the discussions on the range of possibilities, facts and achievements.
In fact, French publisher of digital business trainings solutions KTM Advance decided in late 2014 to open a subsidiary in Dakar, Senegal after two years of exchanges and building a local partnership network. The creation of this subsidiary aims to produce in Africa what Africa needs. Thus produced will be in Dakar training suited to the needs of businesses in key sectors of the African economy and ensuring content and quality support tailored to local needs. The fundamental challenge is to deliver initial and continuing training on the skills required by the labor market with a proven impact on employment.
Strong from its experience and aware of the issues, KTM Advance is committed in Africa to promote mass education professionalizing through digital tools. Because it is no longer acting at the margin to reform education systems, it is through digital, changing systems to reach quickly and rapidly transform the future of thousands