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Managing brain drain and government regulations and polices – Chimezie Emewulu and Chibuzor Onwurah

By Guardian Exclusive
16 September 2021   |   4:06 pm
To survive as a starup, navigating the bend of government policies, regulation and brain drain requires constant engagement between founders and talents, policy makers and founders, in this episode, Chimezie Emewulu, MD/CEO, Seamfix Ltd, and Chibuzor Onwurah, Co-Founder, Seamfix Ltd explain how startups can retain talents and why government and startups must work in unison to encourage growth in the tech eco system.

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