Jai Jinendra!
Jain International Trade Organisation (JITO) in association with Navnat Vanik Association organised an informative networking and mentoring event for young students and junior professionals at Navnat Vanik Association, UK.

Racheal Urwin from Mercedes AMG High Performance Powertrain gave an insight into how employers select the right talent for the positions in their organisations, and the crucial role a good CV plays in this process. Her vast experience in interviewing candidates was reflected in plethora of tips she had for candidates seeking placements and positions.

Startup Coach and Mentor Prashant Sali talked about various financing options available to the students in the UK. He highlighted various governments grants & loans and other financing options available for Further Education, Higher Education and post graduate studies. His advice on taking apprentice route to a degree was worthy of serious consideration for our youth.

Professor Atul Shah, City University, spoke about the importance of Mentoring throughout the career of professionals and entrepreneurs. His remarks on ways to find a right mentor and how mentee - mentor relationship can benefit both parties were of great practical help.

Best selling author Nilesh Waghchoude (also known as Success Coach Nilesh) ran a session on how to deal with lack of self-confidence. His method of analysing the root cause of our fears offers an effective tool to realise our full potential.

Dr Nikhil Shah, COO of S-Cube alluded to 4th industrial revolution in making and how it is going to shape up the career choices of younger generation. He shared his vision and cutting edge innovations to optimise oil exploration and new economic opportunities.

Dr Param Shah, Director at Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry in UK shared his personal experiences of building relationship and taking a long term view of networking.

We will be informing you of our next event in near future and look forward to your continued support.

With best wishes