FEM looks towards a more inclusive future at the 2018 Global Mobility APAC Summit in Singapore

All attendees can learn from APAC's leaders and innovators at the Singapore Expo, Max Atria on 6th September

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This year, the Forum for Expatriate Management (FEM) celebrates its 10th anniversary and so in the process of planning our APAC Summit in Singapore, we have been reflecting on some of the changes we've seen over the past decade, while of course looking ahead to the future. 

This anniversary has been a good opportunity to remind ourselves that FEM was formed as an inclusive organisation, where professionals from all areas of the global mobility industry could come together to share knowledge and expertise and to both strengthen and make new connections. 

With this in mind, we want to ensure that both in-house global mobility professionals and service providers are able to maximise all the opportunities at our Summit, so this year's agenda will offer more carefully tailored content and access to all ticket holders from the very start to the end of the day. 

As ever, in-house global mobility professionals can attend for free, and service providers need to reserve a Day Pass. All Summit attendees will be welcome to join us for this year's EMMAs presentation which will take place at a drinks reception (instead of a gala dinner) following the FEM APAC Summit.

Of course we will cover all the essentials in APAC including :

• Managing Talent in and out of APAC
• Benchmarking Benefits and Rewards
• Policy Redesign
• Tax Updates
• Immigration Changes
• Business Travel Best Practice 
• The changing face of the assignee

Plus NEW Mobility Masterclasses presented by award winning industry leaders.

We be publishing more details of the agenda and speakers in the coming weeks, so keep checking our website and your inbox!

More information and registration here


Claire Tennant-Scull

Global Director, Content & Events, Forum for Expatriate Management

Claire Tennant-Scull is Global Director of Content & Events at the Forum for Expatriate Management (FEM). She produces and chairs all FEM’s Conferences and Summits in Amsterdam, the Americas, APAC and EMEA and oversees FEM's global awards (EMMAs). Claire works closely with key clients, leads FEM’s London Chapter and oversees the FEM website, reports and publications. In addition to her experience in Global Mobility, Claire has more than 20 years’ expertise in publishing, working as a managing editor, writer, journalist and broadcaster, both in the print and digital world. With thousands of contacts across the Global Mobility community, Claire is always keen to welcome new members and to broaden the FEM community.

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