Egypt, represented by the Information Technology Industry Development Agency (ITIDA), is participating in Open Talent webinar, organized by the Global Technology & Business Services Council (GT&BSC), on February 24, as part of GT&BSC Global Series.
The webinar aims to discuss the world of open talent, demystify the terminology around gig platforms and start the discussion of how both buyers and service providers can create their own open talent platforms, as well as what this might mean for the future of work.
ITIDA, a founding member of GT&BSC, is participating in the “Training and recruiting open talent is crucial” discussion, where the Future Work is Digital (FWD) initiative, carried out by ITIDA, along with Udacity and Freelancer.com, will be showcased.
The GT&BSC Global Series aims to explore how to face industry challenges and collaborate to develop solutions and added value for both service providers and customers. The Series is tailored to tackle business continuity, prosperity and growth amid COVID-19, through exploring industry best practices and improving business models. The Series brings together some of the world’s premier global technology and business services associations.
The GT&BSC is an alliance of 12 international associations representing the technology and business services sector in a number of countries. Its mandate is to unify efforts and provide clear solutions and visions for the future of the sector, in addition to working to confront and respond to the changes occurring in the sector, like COVID-19.