We are offering you the chance to attend the Expat Academy's Bite Size Essential Briefing seminar for free, as our guest.
What is the Bite Size Essential Briefing?
The Expat Academy is the UK’s leading Global Mobility training and networking organisation. Working with the top names in global mobility, Expat Academy provides outstanding technical training, thought provoking insights and lively debate through a range of events; including the Bite Size Essential Briefing series covering global mobility updates.
The Bite Size Essential Briefing sessions are the perfect way to:
- Keep your technical Global Mobility knowledge up to
- Ask your questions to the experts
- Meet and network with other in-house Global
Topics and key global mobility trends up for discussion at the 4th March session include:
- IMMIGRATION - With the election only a month away come along and meet immigration
experts Magrath LLP, to hear how the election promises will effect immigration and what we
should anticipate after the ballot boxes have been closed and the votes counted.
- HEALTHCARE - Join Aviva to learn about the transfer of medical data, and the impact this has
on your employees moving overseas — a very current and topical debate. Find out how you can
ensure continuity of care for Expats with existing conditions and minimise your Expat’s insecurities
by understanding more on the transfer of medical data.
- CLOUD BASED TECHNOLOGY - This session will outline how cloud technology and innovative
technical solutions for talent mobility have proven to dramatically improve the employee move
experience, and enable all stakeholders involved to deliver efficiency and increase compliance
from one central location, via any device, 24/7. Come along and get inspired by innovative
Who should attend the Bite Size Essential Briefing?Any in house global mobility professional with an interest in the topics above is welcome to attend this session.
When and where is the event?
Wednesday 4th March 2015, 1.30 - 5.30pm
No 1 Poultry,
Find out more about Bournes training partnership with the Expat Academy