Confirming the Moose Passport is back at the 2016 Americas Summit!

FEM is thrilled to confirm with the support of 10 fantastic sponsors the return of the Moose Passport at the Americas Summit in Philadelphia!

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Are you coming to the 2016 Americas Summit in Philadelphia this 4-5 May? With some of our most forward-thinking sessions yet and a brand new format tailored to the evolving needs of Global Mobility Professionals, it's sure to leave you with new thoughts, solutions and ideas for your own programs. It could also leave you $1776 richer!

How so?!

Thanks to ten wonderful sponsors you have the opportunity to travel the exhibition hall, obtain stamps and win - it really is that simple. Your journey as a moose citizen begins by registering at the Living Abroad website and obtaining your passport at the summit. From obtaining your passport to the closing of the exhibition hall, you need to visit the following ten booths, speak to the representatives there (diplomatic liaisons) and get processed through with your stamp.

  • ACS International Schools
  • AECC Mobility
  • CAI
  • Fragomen
  • GTN
  • King & Mayr
  • Living Abroad
  • NetExpat
  • Polaris
  • Switchplace

Once all ten stamps are collected, just bring your passport back to Living Abroad and await the lucky dip for the winner on the evening of the 5th at the EMMAs gala dinner! The only caveat to the win? You must be present at the dinner to become the winner!

Interested in the chance to win the $1776 while learning about Global Mobility? Make sure you are registered for the FEM Americas Summit and then register at the Living Abroad website! Good luck to the entrants and a huge thank you to the wonderful ten sponsors of the passport.

Courtney Ellis-Jones

Courtney began her career in global mobility nearly a decade ago. She originally began her career working in the in-house HR function, but transitioned to a role with a destination services provider inside the business development remit. Courtney has focused since on high level transformation of mobility programmes, including policy reform, process improvements and academic research. Her career has led her to touch all sides of the global mobility function from working as a supplier to delivering in-house mobility services. She has worked across industries and regions, having lived in the United States, France, Hungary, Estonia and the United Kingdom and has been with FEM since October 2015.

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