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Join Emmarie Castañeda of Unilever, and Nandu Kirupanandam and Archana Srinivasan of Atkins as they present unmissable Mobility Masterclasses on 9th & 10th September

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Register now for the APAC Online Summit to gain insight at our ever-popular Mobility Masterclasses. 

FEM APAC Online Summit Day 1:

Mobility Masterclass: Global Mobility Capabilities We Need Now!

In this call for leadership from all levels and sectors of the industry, Emmarie Castañeda, who is Global Mobility Manager at Unilever, and based in The Philippines will outline how mobility has changed, and what is required to meet future challenges.

This introductory session will be followed up with an interactive workshop on 16th September,  where participants can work through a number of scenarios and case studies. 
Places will be strictly limited, so look out for additional registration details coming soon)

FEM APAC Online Summit Day 2:

Mobility Masterclass: Gearing up for Global Mobility 2.0

Archana Srinivasan,  HR Business Partner & Head of HR, Asia at Atkins (based in Singapore) and Nandu Kirupanandam, Head of International Assignments, Shared Services at Atkins (based in Bengaluru, India will look at recent challenges within global mobility posed by Covid-19 and border restrictions. Archana and Nandu work in different departments and locations, but in close collaboration - tune in to find out how they have resolved challenges together. 

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FEM's APAC Online Summit is kindly sponsored by: 

Forum for Expatriate Management

The Forum for Expatriate Management's (FEM) mission is to distill best practice across regions, industries and functions while providing valuable networking opportunities for knowledge sharing and program support. Through our multi-platform of content and events we are able to encourage dialogue and enable mobility professionals to unite, learn and grow.

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