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Investing in the future

City University London receives a donation of equipment from Capumen International Recruitment for the Interaction Lab of the Centre for Human Computer Interaction (HCI) Design.

by John Stevenson

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City University London has received a generous donation of equipment from Capumen International Recruitment to invest in tomorrow's technology talent.

This contribution towards the Interaction Lab of City's Centre for Human Computer Interaction (HCI) Design will go towards the further development of the cutting-edge facility.

The donation is of particular personal satisfaction to Capumen International Recruitment's CEO, Vaseem Ahmed, who graduated with an aeronautical engineering degree from City. The connection to the University has continued with his daughter who is currently studying at Cass Business School.

nullVaseem Ahmed explains:

"I have always stayed in touch with the University but I thought it was the right time to make an investment that provides additional technology in the HCI Design Interaction Lab to develop the talent on whom we will all rely in the future. This is just the start of what we hope will become a deep and lasting relationship with City, a leading higher education institution in the field of technology."

Anita Jethwa, Development Officer at City said:

"We would like to thank Vaseem and Capumen International Recruitment for their continued interest in City and particularly, this contribution to the HCI Design Interaction Lab. Our ongoing relationship ensures that we are well connected to leaders in the technology sector and to have a member of our Alumni such as Vaseem returning ensures a virtuous cycle of progress."

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