Employment Cafe to Present at City Hall Mobile Seminar
10 February 2004, London, UK
Employment CafÃ© to Present at City Hall Mobile Seminar
Employment CafÃ© to Present at City Hall Mobile Seminar Entitled “Mobile Technology: Improving Public Services”
Employment CafÃ© http://www.employment-cafe.co.uk, the employment and job-matching service based in Brixton, London is to present at City Hall mobile seminar entitled “Mobile Technology: Improving public services”.
The Greater London Authority (GLA) http://www.london.gov.uk/gla/index.jsp, in association with T-Mobile http://www.t-mobile.co.uk and London Connects http://www.londonconnects.org.uk/, will be hosting a wide-ranging seminar entitled 'Mobile Technology: Improving public services' from 16:30 on Tuesday 10 February in City Hall, London.
Ros Griffiths, Founder and Managing Director of Employment CafÃ©, will be presenting the Employment CafÃ© case study, addressing the theme “Technology innovation driving efficiency and diversity in recruitment.”
The seminar focuses upon how mobile technology plays an essential part in the lives of many individuals and businesses and, as the technology advances, is set to play a central role in improving the quality and efficiency of public services.
The event presents an excellent opportunity to hear five organisations that have already successfully employed mobile technology to increase the scope of their work within the public sector. The panellists will demonstrate how their first-hand experience has helped them with the practical application of mobile technology.
Val Shawcross, London’s E-Envoy, Greater London Authority Assembly Member will open the seminar which is to be introduced and chaired by John Boyle, Director of Network Build at T-Mobile.
The one and a half hour seminar will include presentations and a panel session, offering attendees the chance to question those already using this technology in innovative ways.
“We are extremely pleased to be attending and presenting how Employment CafÃ© is leading within public and private sector spaces in helping its community with the use of its service and mobile technology. We are looking forward to demonstrate how the Employment CafÃ© service is connecting individuals to employment and wider opportunities using mobile technology, which is more readily available and accessible to them”, Ros Griffiths, Founder and Managing Director of Employment CafÃ© concludes.
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Date: 10 February 2004, 16:30 to 19:30.
Venue: Meeting Room 5, City Hall, Queens Walk, London SE1 2AA
This press release in available in PDF, plain text and Word formats. Photographs are available of the Employment CafÃ© team.
The media spokesperson for Employment CafÃ© is Ros Griffiths, Founder and Director.
About Employment CafÃ©
The Employment CafÃ©, first opened its doors on 18th June 2001 in Brixton, South London, and was the brainchild of Ros Griffiths, an award-winning social entrepreneur.
Employment CafÃ©'s aim is to assist those seeking employment and training that is both rewarding and relevant.
The Employment CafÃ© Key Objectives:
- To assist applicants in finding worthwhile employment and training opportunities, particularly those from ethnic minority communities.
- To promote diversity in the workplace.
- To act as a central repository of information and services related to employment that can be easily and effectively accessed by its applicants
Visitors are greeted with a smile and the songs of jazz legends like Ella Fitzgerald and Nina Simone. While sipping coffee, clients can search for work in various sectors including Construction, Retail, Hospitality and many more.
Their services also include CV writing, Internet access, personal development, career consultancy, office facilities, a minority outreach programme for Job Centre Plus, job brokering with specialist agencies, and of course new web / text-message job matching service.
The Employment CafÃ© is staffed with a team of highly motivated professionals who work tirelessly to ensure clients and employers get the best possible service.
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