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What it Takes... to navigate the future of work
Tune in for a live webinar on harnessing the emerging trends and challenges facing today’s workforce, 31 March from 18.00 - 19.00 IST.

2020 raised significant questions about how work as we know it will change, and what we can do to make the most of it. Hear from UCD alumnus Nubi Kay, Ops Program Manager at Stripe and President of African Professional Network Ireland, who will walk us through:

- Emerging jobs and industries to consider
- New in-demand skills to learn
- What remote work will look like post-pandemic

This session will be of interest to both current students and working professionals, with practical takeaways and industry insights for anyone interested in staying ahead of the curve.

A partnership between UCD Alumni Relations and UCD Careers Network, What It Takes features presentations over zoom webinar, with Q&A at the end of each presentation.

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Mar 31, 2021 06:00 PM in Dublin

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Speakers

Nubi Kay'
Growth @Stripe
Nubi Kay' is an alumnus of the UCD Smurfit Business School, where he completed his Masters degree in Digital Innovation Management. He has a demonstrated history of working in the internet and technology industry at companies such as Accenture and Mediacom. He currently works on the Sales team at Stripe. Nubi has a passion for enabling entrepreneurship which led him to co-found EasyAppetite and Travelbay, serve as a Board Member and Startup Investor at Utiva and HoaQ respectively. He is also the President of the African Professional Network Ireland (APNI), an non-profit that aims to connect, empower and facilitate collaboration among its members and the rest of the Irish society. Nubi is a believer and serves as a Minister at the Kings Arena Church, Dublin and blessed to married to Nana who he met at UCD and father to 3-year old, Kike.