Canadian based full-service manpower solutions company Micoli Group Inc has appointed , Mr Kwasi Abeasi, a former Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC) Stephen Delarbi , President of National Skate Soccer Association (NSSA) of Canada and IFSS representative for the rest of North America, as the new Official Agent Directors For Africa Territory tasked with promoting mutual awareness of business, trade and job opportunities between Canada and Africa.
Canada’s commitment to diversifying trade relations has never been more important than it is today. That is why Micoli Group Inc has prioritized the pursuit of trade and export diversification opportunities, including the development of a strategy for economic cooperation across Africa.
It is in this spirit that Micoli Group Inc has appointed Mr Kwasi Abeasi And Stephen Delarbi as Official Agent Directors Africa Territory to lead Buiness missions to Canada scheduled for August 23-29,2022.. The mission will aim to introduce Ghanaian delegation to job opportunities in Canada this year and in the future.
Mr Kwasi Abeasi And Stephen Delarbi will however assist employers or placement agencies in Canada to meet directly and discuss with the delegation or other companies ,manpower agencies ,colleges and goverment in Africa for immediate job vacancies in Canada and other human resouce opportunities this year and in the future.
Micoli Group Inc will be colloborating and co-organizing the Canada ASEAN-Africa Sports,Business and Trade Conference to be co-hosted at 60 Caledonia, Toronto, Ontario, Canada August 23-29,2022.
This will help promote mutual awareness of business,trade and investment opportunities in Canada ,ASEAN and Africa as well as strengthen the foothold of Africa as a major trade partner of Canada in South East Asia.
Mr Kwasi Abeasi And Stephen Delarbi expressed gratitude to Micoli Group Inc and promised to spearheading the Organization’s work on promoting mutual awareness of business, trade and investment opportunities across Africa.
Among his many activities, Mr Stephen Delarbi is currently the President of National Skate Soccer Association (NSSA) of Canada and IFSS representative for the rest of North America.
Mr. Kwasi Abeasi is currently the Chief Executive of Africa Investconsult Limited and a lead consultant for the ECOWAS Commission’s Private Sector Directorate. He is also the Board Chairman of the Ghana Centre for Democratic Development (CDD) and Forms Capital Ltd. He also serves on the Boards of Goldfields Ghana Ltd., Abosso Goldfield Ltd. and others.
He previously worked with the Volta Aluminium Company (VALCO), Mobil Oil Ghana Ltd and the Agricultural Development Bank (ADB). He was the Managing Director of Ghana Oil Company (GOIL), Director-General of the Private Enterprise Foundation (PEF) and the CEO/MD of the African Business Roundtable (ABR) in South Africa.
To learn more about the mission and how to participate, we invite all eligible companies to contact Mr Stephen Delarbi and Mr. Kwasi Abeasi , Official Agent Directors Africa Territory.
About Micoli Group Inc
Micoli Group Inc. is a full-service manpower solutions company founded in Ontario, Canada. We are licensed in multiple provinces for both national and international recruitment.
Expanding our talent pool outside of Canada gives Micoli Group Inc. the advantage of seeking skilled individuals and workers.
Our affiliations with legal and authorized agencies in Asia and Europe enables us to streamline our efforts to help both our clients and candidates. Micoli Group Inc. works in tandem with several international recruitment consultancies and are aligned with strategic partners in government bodies assisting with immigration and international legislative requirements. A professionally managed manpower agency providing personalized human resources consultancy serves to both our clients and candidates.
We are not your traditional post-in-the-paper recruitment company. We have created strategies that we know have effectively broken the barrier of traditional recruiting.
By: Christopher Agbodo Ranson / Virgin Blogger