Alliott Group will once again be a sponsor of one of the global mobility business community’s major events in the European region, the Forum for Expatriate Management’s 2018 EMEA Global Mobility Summit.
Our participation will aim to further establish the Alliott Group name among global mobility, tax and HR directors working for global employers who need help complying with the tax, immigration and legal issues that arise when moving their workers across geographic borders.
The event takes place from 8-9 November at the InterContinental London at The O2 and is expected to attract 350-400 global mobility and HR directors from international companies with operations in the Europe, Middle East & Africa region. Alliott Group members will have the opportunity to network with delegates from organisations including American Express, Booking.com, Bosch, Coca Cola, Computacenter, Credit Agricole, E.ON, Electronic Arts, the EBRD, GlaxoSmithKline, Heineken, Lush, Melexis Group, Nike and Unilever.
As co-sponsors of the summit, Alliott Group members from Australia, the UK, USA, Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands and Portugal will be delivering a 40-minute case study driven expert panel session on the tax and legal compliance issues involved in moving assignees from one region to another. The panel will be chaired by Paul Marmor with the support of Kathie Gaber of Chicago law firm Masuda Funai and Stefan Creemers of Tax Consult in Belgium.
An Alliott Group stand (F7) in the conference’s expo area for the duration of the event will also ensure a strongly branded presence and a meeting point where members can discuss new business relationships with potential clients and collaborative partners who can add further value to Alliott Group’s Global Mobility Services offering.
Join us in London
Alliott Group members and strategic partners in the EMEA region (and outside) are invited to contact Head of Worldwide Marketing Giles Brake to find out more about how they can benefit from participation in this highly targeted business opportunity.