This free event, organized by Invest in Bogota, the Bogota Chamber of Commerce and the District Secretariat of Economic Development, will be held on Tuesday, November 23 and will include academic spaces that will address issues such as diverse and inclusive employment for minorities, including migrant population, women and LGBTI population and population with disabilities.
A dozen national and international companies will participate next Tuesday, November 23 in the “Virtual Fair of Inclusive Employment”, a free event in which details of the more than 6,500 job vacancies that these companies have available in Bogota and other cities in the country will be presented.
On this occasion, in addition to an academic agenda focused on job seekers, the event will feature talks aimed at companies that want to develop diverse and inclusive employment strategies for minorities, including migrant population, women and LGBTI population and people with disabilities.
In addition, the academic block will also include talks by companies that have implemented successful labor inclusion programs, as well as mentoring with headhunters, who will provide attendees with useful information on the main skills that the labor market is demanding.
Ana María Fergusson, vice president of public-private articulation of the CCB, said that “the entity is committed to promoting the recovery of employment in the city after the effects generated by the pandemic, and to promote the opening of more and more spaces in the private sector for diverse and inclusive employment”.
The Inclusive Virtual Job Fair, organized jointly by Invest in Bogota with the Bogota Chamber of Commerce and the District Secretariat of Economic Development, will include the participation of the companies Teleperformance, Zimmer Biomet, Indra, Decathlon, Accedo, Satena, Bimbo, Medtronic and Schneider Electric.
“Foreign investment has been characterized by having an important impact on the generation of well-qualified jobs. With this type of spaces we want to connect the supply and demand of talent so that more people can take advantage of the opportunities that are open in international companies,” said the executive director of Invest in Bogota, María Isabella Muñoz.
Figures analyzed by Invest in Bogota show that the nearly 40 foreign investment projects that arrived in the capital in the first half of 2021 allowed the creation of more than 6,000 direct jobs.
Those interested in participating in this event can register through this link. You can also find details of the Fair on the website www.investinbogota.org.