Jordan Blue, West Coast Director
COVID is changing many things: Causing a re-evaluation of business strategy; Implications of these shifts are massive; What will this mean for the mobility world? o Instead of moving people to jobs, mobility will play a role in setting employee value prop and talent strategy by providing compliance assurance for WFA/remote o Possibly a shift from expatriation to domestic? o Agility will be key as economic or political situation changes
Teresa Howe – TRH Consulting
Creating and managing programs that generate revenue and customer engagement for relocation and real estate companies.
PORCHLIGHT Rental & Destination Services
PorchLight is the leading provider of professionally managed rental finding services throughout the U.S. and Canada. PorchLight’s services span from rental tours, to rental research and even free services to help corporate transferees successfully find their new home in their new destination.
Nicholas Curtin – DSC NETWORK
Nick currently offers destination services consulting in the employee relocation industry and executive administration, marketing, and donor development in the film festival industry. He received his B.A. in Economics from the University of California at Berkeley and an MBA in Marketing and Entrepreneurship at the University of Southern California’s Marshal School of Business.
12:30 eastern, 9:30 pacific
NEW NOW… government relations
Lynn Shotwell -President & CEO, Worldwide ERC®
Rebecca Peters-Vice President Government Affairs,Worldwide ERC®
1:15pm eastern, 10:15 pacific
Supply Chain / US Manufacturing rebuild;
Relo to low cost areas, Site selection
London-based Courtney Margetson, CEO/Founder, FDI Alliance
1:30 eastern, 10:30 pacific
Future mobility; Agility and AI/tech
Andrew Bruzzi, CEO/Founder, Vendium Global
Justin Velten, PhD, Go Culture International