2019 Expatriate Management Conference
6–7 June, Brussels
Graeme Codrington - Founder of TomorrowToday, strategy consultant & an expert on the future of work
Who should attend?
This leading pan-European conference is designed for "in-house" HR professionals within the remit of international assignments, who want to stay abreast of the latest trends and practices.
Please be advised that this event is only for in-house HR professionals. Mercer reserves the right to decline registrations received from service providers, competitors and potential delegates that do not match the target audience. These restrictions are aimed at maintaining a high quality level of networking at the conference and we appreciate your understanding in this matter.
- Network with peers
- Discuss practical issues and aim to find solutions
- Explore new trends and understand the big picture from a corporate, geographic and/or market perspective
The 2018 Expatriate Management Conference – what our clients said
“Well Organized Meeting / good speakers.”
“Good venue and program well done!”
“Wonderful to meet so many interesting colleagues with great ideas to improve Mobility. Great Organisation, perfect food.”
“Interactive and good theme.”
Watch the video – what clients said about the event
Graeme Codrington is an expert on the future of work. He is a keynote presenter, author, futurist, facilitator and strategy consultant working worldwide across multiple industries and sectors.
He has a particular interest in trends affecting how people live, work, interact and connect with each other. He works with organisations around the world to help them prepare for the future, and develop their leaders.
Graeme is the co-founder and an international partner of TomorrowToday Global, a firm of futurists and business strategists. He is a guest lecturer at a number of top business schools, including the London Business School, Duke Corporate Education, Cornell and the Gordon Institute of Business Science.
He has a number of best-selling books, including the award winning, “Mind the Gap” and “Future-Proof Your Child”, published by Penguin.