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Monday, 18 May, 2020

CEO of Nobel Oil Services, Vugar Samadli was the guest of Virtual CEO Talk series hosted by ADA University.

 As a result of The CEO Talk four ADA University students were awarded internships at Nobel Oil Services.

On May 13
th, 2020 CEO of Nobel Oil Services, Vugar Samadli was the guest of Virtual CEO Talk series hosted by ADA University for their students and alumni. The main idea of the virtual project is to provide students with insights to Top Executive and Senior Management’s personal and academic backgrounds, practical experience, success stories and useful guidelines for career building. Previous participants of the project were from top employers such as KPMG, Pasha Bank, IBAR, Yello Bank, Pasha Holding etc.

During his speech titled 'The Harder the Journey, the Greater the Achievement', Vugar Samadli focused on a career path, its stages by telling his own success story applied to the framework. He regularly used real-life examples and accentuated the importance of choosing a relevant and suitable discipline to study alongside a career path. CEO of Nobel Oil Services highlighted the significance of constantly developing your skills for the job you have, adding extra skills to stay current, building a mindset of resilience and acting with agility in the face of challenging situations. The talk was followed by Q&A session.

During this vulnerable time Nobel Oil Services is responsible to motivate young professionals through such activities and give opportunity to high potential students to start their career in a big company. As a result of The CEO Talk four ADA University students were awarded internships at Nobel Oil Services.

Nobel Oil Services is a diversified group of companies  engaged in the oil, gas and energy industries. Companies operating within Nobel Oil Services group provide a wide range of services, including drilling, construction and project management as well as equipment maintenance, procurement and enhanced oil recovery services, successfully expanding their activities in these fields.    



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