Forum For Expatriate Management Summit 2015
The FEM Americas Summit is back in 2015 in San Diego, this September 9 - 11. Held at the Loews Coronado Bay Resort, the Forum for Expatriate Management provides all members of the global mobility sector with fantastic opportunities to meet and network with consultants, providers, experts and HR specialists.
There are a multitude of reasons to attend the summit, including forward-thinking conference sessions, interactive networking sessions and panel discussions, and strategic and visionary content from industry experts. This time away from the office is valuable, allowing for meeting industry peers and establishing all important contacts. Suppliers and exhibitors are on hand to offer advice and share their in depth knowledge of the global mobility industry so that you can shape your future strategy.
The FEM Summit is pleased to announce GS3 as their lead sponsor, with other sponsors including Equus Software, Xerox, Cartus and KPMG. All of their sponsors are exhibiting at the summit along with many other leaders in global mobility, such as Santa Fe, Polaris Global Mobility and DFA Intercultural Solutions. The conference program itself deals with a wide range of topics, such as best practices in Global Mobility programs, Latin America, International Threats and the rise of alternative international assignments. Every topic discussed is extremely valuable to any employer or employee within the global mobility industry.
As if all of this wasn’t enough, the entire summit is rounded off with the prestigious Expatriate Management and Mobility Awards (EMMAs) – these are the premier awards of the global mobility industry. The awards recognise excellence worldwide in the industry, commending all business successes from industry leaders to rising stars. Entrance into the awards offer perfect opportunity to raise your business and personal profile. With the 2015 shortlist looking like an exciting competition, it’s sure to be a night of prestige.
For more information on the summit, please visit: http://americas.forum-expat-management.com/