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Meeting people in real life is the best way to make connections.
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Companies attending Fryday do so first of all to find clients and talent
Employers come to Fryday to find talent and the talent come to Fryday to find employment.
Fryday's members possess great expertise in many fields of business; meeting them, attending Fryday trainings and following Fryday online will boost your knowledge and expertise.
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Fryday doesn't require continuous presence, annual membership fees, pre-registrations but encourage its members to be flexible and use Fryday for the purposes that fits the interest of the member.
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Burkina Faso (formerly Upper Volta) achieved independence from France in 1960. Repeated military coups during the 1970s and 1980s were followed by multiparty elections in the early 1990s. Former President Blaise COMPAORE (1987-2014) resigned in late October 2014 following popular protests against his efforts to amend the Constitution's two-term presidential limit. By mid-November, a framework for an interim government was adopted under the terms of the National Transition Charter. An interim administration, led by President Michel KAFANDO and Prime Minister Yacouba Isaac ZIDA, began organizing presidential and legislative elections planned for October 2015, but these were postponed during a weeklong failed coup in September. The rescheduled elections were held on 29 November, and Roch Marc Christian KABORE was elected president in the first round. Burkina Faso's high population growth and limited natural resources result in poor economic prospects for the majority of its citizens.