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Event 

Title:
Global mobility network launch
When:
25.05.2011 - 25.05.2011
Where:
The Rendezvous Hotel - Melbourne
Category:
Networking

Description

The Global Mobility Network is a new international portal of information, links and resources for global mobility professionals that will be launched at the Rendezvous Hotel Ballroom in Melbourne, Australia at 8am on Wednesday 25 May 2011.

Details: Launch of the information, links and resources international portal for people in the Global Mobility Industry. All guests are welcome, particularly those travelling from interstate or overseas.

Cost: Register before 30/4/11 $25; Register before 25/5/11 $40

Format: Formal launch event with guest speakers in an interactive panel interview with networking time before, during and after the main discussion.

Speakers:

  • Sue Ellson, Founder and Director of Global Mobility Network (Melbourne)
  • Rhonda Singer, Consultant at Chemistry of Culture and Chair of Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC) National Steering Committee for Immigration Initiatives (Canada)
  • Richard Sharp, Business Development Director, International SOS

Suggested participants: This event is suitable for people of all ages and backgrounds including:

  • Corporate HR professionals (either generalist or with a focus on international HR or global mobility),
  • HR consultants and advisors,
  • global mobility/relocation professionals and service providers,
  • senior HR managers,
  • recruitment specialists,
  • migration experts,
  • migration agents/lawyers,
  • migrants and newcomers

Participant benefits:

  • Learn more about the Global Mobility Industry and the new Global Mobility Network,
  • network with people in the industry,
  • hear inspirational stories

Refreshments: A light breakfast will be available

Organiser: Sue Ellson Telephone: 0402 243 271; www.globalmobilitynetwork.com

 

 

Venue

Venue:
The Rendezvous Hotel
Street:
Flinders St
City:
Melbourne
State:
3000

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