In this article, AIRINC Relationship Manager Christopher Ward discusses the current state of the Young Professionals Under 40 (YP40) Committee and the group’s efforts to keep the Worldwide ERC mobility community connected, engaged, and inspired during these challenging times.
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.
Worldwide ERC’s 2019 Global Workforce Symposium is being held in Boston this year, just across the Charles River from AIRINC’s Cambridge headquarters. Boston is famous for all-time greats in sports, and AIRINC will be sending a trio of global mobility all-stars to ERC, who will be setting up shop at booth #938 in the exhibition hall:
The upcoming Global Workforce Symposium 2019, hosted by WorldWide ERC, will be held in Boston this year. AIRINC is excited to participate in this great event and AIRINC Relationship Manager, Christopher Ward, will be moderating a YP40 panel discussion entitled, It Takes a Village! Leveraging your network to manage crisis & develop your career.
The Pulse of Mobility: We thoroughly enjoyed our recent Worldwide ERC Americas Mobility Conference in Atlanta, GA. It’s always great to come together in one place with so many great Mobility leaders, and it helps us keep our finger on the pulse of our industry. Christopher Ward and I were able to catch up with some old friends and meet new contacts in the industry.
As European cities position to attract new investments, jobs and talent, Frankfurt is emerging as a leading European Union epicenter, ready to embrace opportunities. It’s the perfect time and place to convene for the 2019 Frankfurt Mobility Summit.