When this year’s Global Workforce Symposium breaks for lunch during Thursday’s events, attendees will want to stick around. NY Times bestselling author and venture capitalist Josh Linkner will be delivering an engaging speech on global mobility’s recent creativity and innovations.
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Throughout his career, Linkner has been involved in the launch and growth of over 100 companies, has been twice honored as Ernst and Young’s “Entrepreneur of the Year,” and has also received President Barack Obama’s “Champion of Change” award for his accomplishments.
Having taken part in so much change and business management, Linkner is a perfect choice to share his comments on the creativity it takes to gain a competitive edge in global mobility, an industry which has undergone and adapted to much digital transformation in recent years.
“Because our work frequently demands imaginative solutions and quick workarounds, the mobility industry is populated with innovative thinkers,” said Sue Carey, SCRP, SGMS-T, Vice President, Relocation at Baird & Warner and Worldwide ERC® Chair-Elect. “And the future promises to stretch our resourcefulness even further, so we’re excited for Josh to share with us how we can be more ‘creatively competitive!’”
Don’t miss out on this extraordinary opportunity to learn from one world’s leading creative minds. Linkner’s discussion of global mobility’s creative future is set to take place 18 October 2018 from 12:15 p.m. to 1:45 p.m. at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle, Washington.
If you haven’t already registered to attend the 2018 Global Workforce Symposium, do so before space runs out. Register today for the largest global mobility meeting in the world!