Zart Talent is currently present in Nigeria, the Netherlands, and Nicaragua with partners like ISEF, Donna Knows, Wajenzi, Nicaragua-Verein Oldenburg, Gladiator Academy, and others.
Education today should not be about going to a university for four or five years and getting a certificate that won’t get you a job. Instead, it should be about acquiring skills that will make you employable.
In Nelson’s interview, he introduced the Zart Talent Foundation to the world and touched on various points, explaining the reason behind the foundation’s creation.
Suddenly, the idea of remote work wasn’t so much wishful thinking for lazy folks anymore.
Companies and entire industries were jolted into the reality that remote work is not just a viable option, but in some cases, the best choice for their work type.