Mobilise Your Network: Mobility Matters Quiz. Connect, compete, and network with industry peers at FEM’s year-end-get-together.

Please join us for the FEM Perth Chapter Meeting on the 23rd November 2023 cohosted with International SOS & EY
Mobilise Your Network: Mobility Matters Quiz.  Connect, compete, and network with industry peers at FEM’s year-end-get-together.
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Mobilise Your Network: Mobility Matters Quiz.  

Connect, compete, and network with industry peers at FEM’s year-end-get-together.

We invite you to be part of an exciting gathering at the Forum of Expatriate Management's Year-End Get-Together, proudly hosted by International SOS and EY.

 Listening to the valuable feedback from our members through the Australian FEM survey earlier this year, we recognised the desire for more interactive and networking opportunities to foster peer support and build a robust mobility community. Join us for an engaging session where we will assemble teams to tackle the pressing mobility challenges of today.

During our time together, we will delve into recent updates concerning tax, compliance, immigration, and risk. We'll engage in open discussions about the hurdles and possibilities in shaping policies and frameworks that better support accompanying family members on assignment. Additionally, we'll address the pivotal question: What constitutes a compelling mobility value proposition?

Don't miss this chance to connect, collaborate, and gain valuable insights within the mobility industry.

Connect, compete, and network with industry peers at FEM’s year-end-get-together!

Click here to register

Event Details: Interactive session followed by networking

When: 23rd November 2023 from 14:30 to 17:00 (Perth time) 

Where: EY - Level 5, 11 Mounts Bay Road, Perth

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