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MOVE Guides Expands Global Supply Chain Team

MOVE Guides Expands Global Supply Chain Team

MOVE Guides today announced the expansion of their global supply chain team, led by Don Caramanico, vice president of Strategic Alliances. This includes the addition of Miriam Duignan, formerly of Brookfield, as director of Global Supply Chain, plus new Supply Chain managers based in London and Hong Kong.This newly expanded team brings a wealth of supply chain management experience to MOVE Guides. Formerly of Pickfords, Mari Juk joins MOVE Guides’ London team as Supply Chain manager for EMEA, while Annie Li, formerly of Asian Tigers Mobility, adds to MOVE Guides’ Hong Kong team as a Supply Chain manager for APAC.

“The addition of an experienced mobility leader like Miriam to manage our global supply chain is evidence of MOVE Guides’ ongoing commitment to delivering a great employee experience,” says Caramanico. “With these new hires, we look forward to advancing our alignment with partners around the world in support of our innovative and centralized approach to talent mobility.”

A relocation industry expert, Duignan’s talent mobility career started with Pricoa Relocation (Prudential) in France in 2005, where she was responsible for establishing and managing a network of suppliers across the EMEA region. She then moved to the Pricoa London office to oversee client relationship management and operations, including the in-house Destination Services Provider teams. After Pricoa was acquired by Brookfield in 2011, Duignan managed global client services and the integration of the legacy Pricoa business.

“I joined MOVE Guides to be a part of an organization that is defining how companies manage their employees’ moves. With its unified platform and dedicated service support for global talent mobility management, MOVE Guides is the only Relocation Management Company in the market delivering the solutions that companies are asking for,” said Duignan. “I am excited to join a team dedicated to bringing the future of global mobility management to our customers’ fingertips.”

Following the company’s data-driven approach, the expanded team will leverage MOVE Guides’ Talent Mobility Cloud to analyze vendor performance and generate insight into customers’ global supply chains. The team will service companies across the globe from offices in San Francisco, London and Hong Kong.

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