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Microsoft to employ 100 engineers at new Kenyan development centre

Tuesday 14 May 2019 | 13:17 CET | News
Microsoft said it plans to set up a technology development centre in Kenya. Microsoft vice president for gaming Phil Spencer said the Africa Development Centre will serve the Eastern Africa region. Spencer told President Uhuru Kenyatta that the centre, the seventh globally, will be the corporation's gateway to the region and have potential for jobs and business opportunities for young people in various ICT specialisations. Spencer said initially, the corporation will soon absorb 100 local engineers, in vacancies that were announced in March.

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Companies: Microsoft
Countries: Kenya
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