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Adjuno to speak at AISHK Career Expo on Thursday 5th May, 2016

May 5, 2016
Posted by Shweta Chordiya

As part of ‘Career Week’ the ‘Australian International School HK Career Expo’ is held to provide an exciting and informative event for students, at what is an important stage in their school life where they are starting to plan and study for their future careers. Mark Henderson, Senior Product and Development Manager at Adjuno will share his experience and education, along with the skills required for pursuing a career in Information Technology.

AISHK Career Week creates an excellent link between what’s learnt in the classroom to how it’s transferred to the workplace by allowing students to explore various career options so that they can make informed educational and career choices.

Career Week is intended to benefit the students by:
• Introducing them to careers – students gain exposure to different careers through each of the subject areas and listening to career talks.
• Connecting classroom learning to possible career pathways including the type of education required for specific careers.
• Sharing the relevance of schoolwork – students observe how communication, problem solving, teamwork, and other generic skills learned in the classroom are used in the workplace.
• Creating a career pathway – students discover which university and tertiary programs feed into different career paths.

We look forward to taking part in this event and hopefully inspiring students to follow a career path into IT, and perhaps even come to work for Adjuno.



Shweta Chordiya – Marketing and Communications Manager, Adjuno
Shweta has worked in the supply chain industry for 10 years, six of which have been in Asia, based out of Hong Kong. Shweta has experience across a range of disciplines within the industry, notably supply chain operations, trade finance, marketing communications, PR, event management and content management for marketing collaterals. At Adjuno, she is responsible for all marketing and communications activity across the Asia Pacific region.