Moderators:Steven HuangPartnerFragomen Worldwide
Iris ZhangDirectorFragomen Worldwide
Understand current practice of companies’ business travel program if any. Discuss how having a compliant and feasible business travel program could help companies to stay immigration compliant and add value to employee experience.
Moderator:Wendy XieManaging Director, ChinaNewland Chase
The emerging trend of consolidating travel and global mobility teams presents a new challenge - how do companies select and invest in the right single-source technology that can benefit both teams. This discussion will focus on how to identify the key issues in immigration, labor, and travel compliance technologies. Leverage new technology to eliminate redundancy, create synergy with existing systems; and deliver overall process improvement. The attendees will be able to evaluate, choose, recommend, and implement the most effective technology solutions for the nature of their business.
Nan PiaoDirector of Global Account ManagementNewland Chase
It is crucial for a company to control their cost while expanding the business. Discuss and explore how an expanding business can control their cost from various angles, e.g. manpower allocation, managerial personnel’s efficiency, incentive mechanism and more.
Moderator:An DongGeneral Manager T6 Furnishing (Shanghai) LtdMember of the CORT Global Network
With rapid growth of Chinese companies expanding overseas and local workforce wanting to relocate for career progression or exposure. This session seeks to co-design ideas and best practices for China outbound mobility program.
Moderator:Echo LeiDirector of Global Account ManagementSIRVA Worldwide
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The market in China is constantly evolving. Discuss and learn more about the trends and latest updates from Cartus.
Sanny LinawatiDirector, Destination and Real Estate ServicesCartus
Asia is home to just three markets where domestic mobility is an established fact. All three present unique challenges which require specialized approaches, policies and knowledge. This session will highlight some key established as well as evolving aspects of domestic mobility in China, Japan and India to facilitate discussion and sharing of best practices and lessons learned by participants.
Avrom Goldberg, GMSRegional VP/Managing Director, Asia PacificWeichert Workforce Mobility