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TGI Group Launches Talent Nurture Program

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Seeding Leadership Potential

The TGI Group has launched its Young Professionals Program (YPP). This innovative program promises to cultivate the leadership landscape of Nigeria’s youth.

Accelerated Career Pathways

YPP is a structured program, preparing participants for leadership roles. They will undergo six months of intensive training, tailored to enhance their professional growth. Furthermore, they will receive mentorship from industry leaders and gain experience in international markets.

A Stepping Stone for Aspiring Professionals

“Talent is our priority,” asserts Akinkunle Akinpelu, TGI’s HR Director. He encourages young professionals to join and advance their careers. Successful applicants will be placed in TGI’s diverse business units.

The program is open to graduates from various disciplines, promising significant growth opportunities. Details on application procedures are available on TGI’s career webpage.

Recognition for Fostering Careers

LinkedIn has recognized TGI Group for its focus on professional growth, placing it among the Top 25 companies for career advancement in 2023. TGI prides itself on producing globally competitive products using local materials and talent.

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