Middle East Chapter
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The Forum for Expatriate Management Middle East Chapter is headed by Janet Graham for Crown Relocation. For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org .
24th September – Networking Chapter
In partnership with the Forum for Expatriate Management, Crown Relocations hosted a Breakfast Meeting where they had invited speakers presenting their view of “An Expatriates’ Challenges and Dilemmas in ensuring quality education in an increasingly mobile world”
The aim of the Forum is to bring together HR and Global Mobility Professionals across the Middle East region in an environment where the challenges and issues faced in managing an expatriate work force can be discussed, debated and solutions found to some of the everyday and more complex challenges we face in our daily work of managing people into the region.
29th April – Launch Event
In partnership with the Forum for Expatriate Management, Crown Relocations will host the launch of the Forum for Expatriate Management, Middle East Chapter at the Capital Club, Dubai on Sunday April 29th, 2012 – 0730 am.
The Forum for Expatriate Management is the first major organisation designed solely for Global Mobility practitioners on a global platform with an aim to bring together HR and Global Mobility Professionals in an environment where the challenges and issues faced in managing an expatriate work force can be discussed, debated and solutions found to some of the everyday and more complex challenges we face in our daily work of managing people into all corners of the world.
The launch event for the Dubai Chapter will be a breakfast meeting during which we will seek support from invitees who are interested in working towards contributing to the development of a sustainable structure and management of the Dubai Chapter to ensure the focus of the Forum is relevant and professional best practice is maintained. And despite all of the above we want this to be a fun and lively forum where like minded people from across the region can meet, network and share best practice.