FEM EMEA keynote sessions in photo form

FEM celebrated its 10 year anniversary at the FEM EMEA Summit with its biggest event yet! Take a look at the event here in photo form.

The FEM EMEA two-day Summit welcomed over 300 Global Mobility and HR professionals at our biggest event yet. 

The programme delivered keynote sessions geared to answer current industry challenges as well as future trends changing the global mobility landscape.  Here are just some of the highlights in photo form taken from our 2018 gallery!

Keynote: Why Every Employee Should Think Like an Entrepreneur

Speaker: James Raath, Entrepreneur, Co-founder and Director, Commercial Impact Index

Keynote Panel: How will Global Mobility look in 2028?

Speakers included:
Natalie Agostinho, Head of International Mobility, British Council
Anja Vahldiek, Director, Global Mobility Solutions, EY
Selina Jones-May, Group Director – Mobility and Global People Projects, WorleyParsons
Charlotte Sword FCIPD, Global Head of Human Resources at Foster & Partners
Brian Friedman, Founder, FEM and Strategy Director at Benivo

Keynote Panel: Re-thinking Global Mobility for a New Business Generation

Speakers included:
Bryan Nixon, Headmaster, TASIS The American School in England
Ema Boccagni, Head of Business Development, ECA International
Nicole Milman, Total Reward, Becton Dickinson
Sarah Restall, Employer Engagement Manager, Time to Change.org
Nicolai Wassmann – Head of Global Mobility, Ramboll

Keynote Panel: How Can You Remain GDPR Compliant and Avoid In-built Bias Traps?

Speakers included:
Sharon Christiaan, Chief Legal Compliance, Senior Immigration Lawyer & Behavioural Officer, Bisaf
Alan Flanagan, Head of Assignment Programs, Cognizant Technology
Sandra Winstanley, Manager, Global Executive Compensation, Global HR, Heineken
Tim Wells, VP Technology Solutions, Equus

Keynote Panel: Transforming the Mobility Agenda

Speakers included:
Ezeibe Agomo, Senior Manager, Mobility Business Partner, Publicis ReSources 
Mustafa Bharmal, Director – Global Mobility Services, Honeywell
Annemarie Bunschoten, Head of International Mobility, Philips Lighting 
Victoria Ferguson, Head of International HR, Arcadis 
Helen Walton, Director, Global Mobility, Astra Zeneca 

Date for your diary

FEM returns to Amsterdam March 7, 2019.

Reserve you place today!

To find out more about exhibition and sponsorship opportunities, please email fergus.bird@centaurmedia.com

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