MOVE Guides is excited to join Expat Academy as a technical partner

MOVE Guides announces a technical partnership with Expat Academy, a leading community for global mobility. Brynne Herbert will participate in their Bite Size Essential Briefing session on 4 March as a speaker and discuss the latest innovation in cloud technology for global mobility. Stay tuned for more updates on this partnership and click here to learn more about Expat Academy.

Find out where our CEO and founder, Brynne Herbert, will be this month

Alongside fellow global mobility experts, Brynne Herbert spoke at the 2015 Bay Area Mobility Management (BAMM) Conference on disrupting the global mobility industry. Brynne will also join Nicky Morgan, MP, Secretary of State for Education and Minister for Women and Equalities, as a speaker at the British Library celebrating Women’s Enterprise and International Women’s Day on 5 March.

Come meet our team at the leading HR industry conferences this March

Are you interested in transforming the way your company moves global talent? Come stop by our booth at HR Tech in London, 24-25 March and the Global Workforce Summit: Talent Mobility in APAC, 26-27 March to learn how our award-winning Talent Mobility Cloud makes it easy for companies to manage and moveglobal talent. If you’re interested in setting up a meeting, We hope to see you there!

MOVE Guides welcomes 14 new members to our rapidly growing team

In the past two months, MOVE Guides has welcomed 14 new additions to our ever-expanding global team. Joining a wide range of departments such as Engineering,MOVE Advocates, Finance, Marketing, Customer Success, Sales and Leadership, we look forward to continuing our rapid growth across the APAC, USA and EMEA regions. Missed highlights from our team's worldwide event? Get up to speed here.

Industry highlights: PwC releases annual Global CEO Survey

In PwC's 18th edition of their Global CEO Survey, business leaders from around the world share their insights on how they are facing a new era of digital change. One key finding states that 60% of CEOs believe that cloud computing is a strategically important category of digital technologies for their organisation. Additionally, 88% of CEOs see operational efficiency as being the best return on their digital technology investments. Click here to read the full survey and report.

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