Africa, the new frontier for modern business

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As organisations look to reap incremental gains from investments in modern workplace technologies; Africa is making giant strides 

Strong foundations of human capital, infrastructure, and investment are why we believe the most exciting modern workplace transformations will be in Sub-Saharan Africa.

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This session will provide you with: 

  • A deeper look at the fundamentals of the continent that support a shift to modernisation and key challenges that need to be addressed if it is to be successful 
  • Unique challenges that a modern workplace transformation must tackle 
  • The opportunities a modern workplace can provide for organisations in Sub-Saharan Africa 

Throughout the session Tom will share his experience working on modern workplace programmes out of FITTS’ Nairobi office; the session will be delivered through a mix of presentation and Q&A. 

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About the speaker

Thomas McDowall

Thomas McDowall

Country Manager, Kenya

Tom has 8 years of experience working with global teams to deliver strategic digital transformations – helping clients improve collaboration, ways of working, business processes, operations and mobility.

In 2018, Tom opened the East Africa office for FITTS in Nairobi. He is passionate about the impact modern workplace technology is going to have on the way Sub-saharan Africa competes in the global marketplace and the role FITTS can play in supporting that journey.

During the past 8 years of digital transformation, Tom has worked in London, Saudi Arabia and Nairobi for clients such as Barclays Bank, UK Department of Work And Pensions, Unilever, Saudi Telecom Company, MS Amlin Insurance and a nuclear energy generator. However, regardless of the geography or the industry the ultimate objective has been the same – drive change that re-imagines the way people work every day.

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