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Career Insights Is Now In Nigeria! Work In The UK, US, Canada, or Dubai As a Digital Project Management Or Business Analysis Professional Earning Up to £11,000 a Month



Join us this Saturday4

Do you wish to work in the US, UK, Canada or Dubai? Are you ready to start contracting as a Project management or Business analysis professional earning up to £11,000 a month for major multinationals such as Bank of America, Cisco, GlaxoSmithKline, Accenture, Shell and so many more.

You can now join the company’s 3,000+ ecosystem of professionals and work on innovative live digital projects all from the convenience of your home while being trained on the job with full work experience reference from its parent company in the UK, Digital Bananas Technology (

Everyone is invited to their FREE onboarding and induction session.

Your onboarding and induction will include:

  1. Setting you up on the eWorkexperience platform.
  2. Setting up your online and mobile collaborative tools.
  3. Giving you access to basecamp where you can manage innovative digital projects with 3,000+ professionals in diaspora.
  4. Booking your training slots and getting you ready for work.

Date: Saturday, April 23rd 2016
11 AM – 4 PM
Venue: Oriental Hotel, 3, Lekki Road, Victoria Island.

Call 08086776800 to book your free slot and set up your free eWorkexperience account at:

Or you can send an email to: [email protected] to confirm your attendance.

For more information and updates, follow us on our social media pages:

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  1. Patrick Bruno-Oshiokpekhai

    April 19, 2016 at 12:44 pm

    While the potential in making that type of income is there, don’t fall for all this scams. There are many BA’s who don’t have jobs and are looking in this said markets.
    Be smart people, How many more office jobs do we need ?
    Go back to the basis, Agriculture, it is tangible

  2. Keji Giwa

    April 19, 2016 at 11:42 pm

    Facts and figures is what count. While we are trying to help Nigerians at home as we have helped over 3,000 in diaspora, you will always get those who talk without any hard facts.

    We shared this on bella Naija last year:

    Now go on our website and check the 2015 DBT Awards. If that’s a scam then it’s a pretty expensive one.

    If you don’t know please don’t stop others who truly want to benefit. Not every Nigerian is born a farmer. Some like to get paid for their hard earned education. What we provide is work experience and we are pretty good at it.

  3. James

    August 26, 2016 at 7:23 am

    Please what on earth is “work experience reference”, without real work experience?
    Reality is: a lot of your so called BA/PM graduates are still looking for work and you know it.
    In a nutshell, this (near dodgy) arrangement is not new, I hear some Indian groups do this, but never seeing it so blatantly marketed.. It’s not sustainable – some uk agencies have even black-listed CVs with “digital bananas”.

    Why can’t you work to create a consulting firm to complete with Accenture, Wipro etc? This will be a more sustainable venture.

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