Delegates arriving at the FEM Registration desk:
Selecting sessions for the day ahead:
Ready to learn and engage:
And ready to do business:
A warm welcome from Conference Chair and FEM Global Director of Content & Events, Claire Tennant-Scull:
Introducing some of our brilliant European Chapter Leads:
We began the day with an inspiring keynote speech, from Stephanie Karpetas OBE, who brought a positive message about sustainability in business - and practical steps that every organization can take to make a real difference. She asked: Is Global Mobility Sustainable?
Then on to our first panel discussion of the day. We asked: Are your Risk Management Strategies in Need of Emergency Help?
In our packed morning agenda, we moved straight on to a choice of topics. In the Ballroom, Christine Sullivan of Fragomen gave delegates the latest updates on Attracting and Retaining Talent in Europe.
Meanwhile, in the Griffieon Room, Richard Inglis of SIRVA chaired a highly engaging conversation: Maximizing Mobility Through Program Design and Partnerships
Time to refresh with a well-earned networking break
Back to the sessions: Delegates had to make a difficult choice between two really compelling Masterclasses.
Susanna Warner-Corbacho revealed how she and her team are: Transforming Global Mobility at Schneider Electric
In the Griffieon Room, Maxine Ansah of Kearney shared How to Maximise the Value of Your Global Mobility Program
In our last sessions before lunch, Fiona Williams of Aires used an interactive app to demonstrate the power of collaboration in her thought-provoking session: Ensuring Your Future State - High Tech & High Touch
In the Griffieon Room, Livia Mensah of Cigna presented an informative session on an increasingly important topic: How to Make Mental Wellness a Priority for Your Globally Mobile Workforce
Our networking lunch was a great opportunity to refuel, to catch up with colleagues and to make new connections
Many thanks again to all our speakers, sponsors, exhibitors and delegates. We look forward to seeing you again in Amsterdam in 2021!