YP40 Chair and AIRINC Relationship Manager Christopher Ward was recently featured in an interview in Worldwide ERC's Mobility Magazine, discussing the impact of young professionals on mobility’s shifting future.
My first domestic relocation happened on Valentine’s Day 2010, a few months after my college graduation. At the time, I was living at home with my parents in Central Mass when I accepted a job offer in Minneapolis. Although I did not know anything about the Midwest, I was beyond excited for my first real (i.e. salaried) job and the adventure that awaited living in a new state.
Earlier this week, AIRINC hosted several industry leaders for a mobility innovation roundtable at our Cambridge, MA headquarters. The roundtable kicked off with a “sneak peak” of results from AIRINC’s latest 2020 Mobility Outlook Survey. Throughout the day attendees discussed current program challenges and the future state of mobility with their peers.
This year’s Global Workforce Symposium marked Worldwide ERC’s triumphant return to “Beantown” and, in my opinion, lived up to the billing of #besteverGWS. With the conference in our home city, AIRINC had the opportunity to kick-off the week with a breakfast and duck boat tour for attending clients and mobility professionals.