Forward-thinking speakers announced for FEM Americas Global Mobility Summit
Global mobility experts from worldwide giants such as Avery Dennison, BAE Systems, BD (Becton Dickinson), Hewlett Packard Enterprises, McDonalds, NIKE, Qualcomm and Siemens will join a host of others at FEM's 2018 Americas Summit.
This is an extremely busy but exciting time for us at FEM as we prepare for our 2018 Americas Global Mobility Summit taking place in San Diego May 23-24. We will be announcing further speakers all this week, so keep checking the website, but we have key figures from a huge range of sectors and industries.
We have well-known senior practitioners such Berna Anderson from BD, Matt Burns (formerly at Lockheed Martin), Elizabeth Karcher from Discovery Communications, Robert Lesser of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and Jennifer Manis of Halliburton (to name just a few) and alongside them we have key figures who are new this event including Andrea Benavides from HPE, Ish Bajwa from Capital Group Companies, Tanya Mariottini of NIKE, and Melanie Seyb from Qualcomm.
All our speakers and experts are drawn from a wide range of industries and sectors, and they manage very different populations, but each of them deal with the particular challenges of moving talent in - out - and across the Americas in common and generously agree to share their experience and insight throughout our two day event.
With a stimulating mix of lively roundtables, panel discussions, case studies, expert insight sessions and workshops as well as our NEW Mobility Masterclasses, this Americas Global Mobility Summit will cover every important topic on the global mobility agenda.
This is FEM's 10th anniversary, so we'll take the opportunity to reflect on how business and global mobility's place within it has changed in the last 10 years - and we'll look ahead to the decade to come. Join us for our opening panel discussion: Looking ahead to global mobility in 2028.
Take a look at our Speakers page
To see more agenda highlights take a look at my previous post: Looking forward to FEM's Americas Global Mobility Summit.
Be sure to register for your ticket here