Festival of Global Mobility Thinking – a unique interactive conference

Don’t miss our Festival of Global Mobility Thinking on 11 May 2018. The event will feature a host of speakers, exhibitors and roundtables to explore how innovation and new tech are driving companies.

Festival of Global Mobility Thinking
Join us at the iconic St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, in the heart of London’s King’s Cross, on Friday 11 May for the UK’s first Festival of Global Mobility Thinking, sponsored by RES Forum Learning Lab.This interactive must-attend event will explore key Brexit disruptors across a range of industries, offering creative ways of revolutionising your global mobility and HR strategies to ensure your organisation is agile and thrives.The venue has been chosen to allow easy access to Eurostar and transport links to destinations around the UK and abroad.
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An interactive experience

Participants will learn, share and meet with a powerful professional network.
  • Discover how to bolster your business strategy with agile-working lessons from leading author Linda Holbeche
  • Enter the workforce of the future and understand the rapid impact of AI in your sector with our multiplatform technology sessions
  • Enjoy the rare and exciting opportunity to work with Olivier Mythodrama and experience the power of Shakespeare to unlock your leadership potential in challenging times
Andrea Piacentini, co-founder of The RES Forum said, “It’s great to welcome such a unique event that serves the global mobility arena. This event offers the opportunity to work with peers throughout the day on some of the toughest challenges facing global mobility professionals, and will no doubt be hugely rewarding.
“We highly encourage international HR of all disciplines, and in-house mobility specialists, to attend.”

Don’t miss!

  • Phyllida Hancock: Olivier Mythodrama experiential keynote inspired by Shakespeare’s The Tempest
  • Dr Linda Holbeche: Author of The Agile Organization
  • Professor Dr Dimitry Kochenov: Author of Henley & Partners – Kochenov Quality of Nationality Index (QNI) 
  • Dr Susan Shortland: Professor Emerita, London Metropolitan University

Book your places

In-house HR professionalsIf you are an in-house HR professional, please register here for a code to claim your complimentary ticket.Sponsored tableSponsored tables of ten tickets cost £3,350 + VAT. The event is tailored to in-house mobility professionals, and a limited number of complimentary tickets are available for attendees to be hosted on sponsored tables. A sponsored table is two hosts and eight guests from the in-house corporate HR sector.Delegate placeThe standard rate is £530 + VAT.Discounts are available for education professionals. Please contact for more details.If you are a provider to in-house HR, please note, this is a sponsored event that includes a variety of sponsorship opportunities. For sponsorship details, please contact Carla Foden on +44 (0)1892 891334.

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