As this week comes to a close we take a look at the stories that resonated most with our readers.
Google is launching 30,000 developer scholarships for Africans and two major business partnerships announced.
Wrapping it all up, learn what you need to do to excel at marketing from prodigy Jordan Epstein.
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Jordan Epstein, founder and CEO of GOOD VIBES Lifestyle Agency, says digital marketing is just like any other form of marketing – you have to know what people want and how to give it to them, and if they don’t know what they want, you have to tell them.
Read on to discover more nuggets of insight from this 25-year-old marketing wiz.
Nokia has selected Oracle Fusion Cloud Human Capital Management (HCM) to enhance and replace its Human Resources systems in the cloud as part of its global digitalisation program.
Nokia will use a worldwide deployment of Oracle Cloud HCM to manage all HR processes, including recruitment, compensation, and performance management, for the company’s global workforce in its 130 countries of operation.
Google announced 30,000 Android and Google Cloud training scholarships for aspiring and professional developers in Africa.
The program is meant to increase the number of developers on the continent.
South Africa’s Capitec Bank has announced a new partnership with nCino, a cloud-based banking software company.
nCino will be assisting with building the bank’s Business Banking loan management system.