BOSTON, FRIDAY – JULY 14

GlobalBusinessIQ

Host Sponsored by KPMG, 60 South Street, 02111

US Tax Deduction for Continuing Professional Education:
A US income tax deduction is allowed for expenses of education including registration fees, travel, meals and lodging, undertaken to maintain or improve skills (Treasury Reg 1.1662-5; Coughlin v. Commissioner Internal Revenue, 203 F2d 307, 2d Circuit 1953)

AGENDA

7:45, CHECK-IN opens

meet & greet, coffee & …


8:30 – 8:50, MODERATOR’S REMARKS

and INTRODUCTIONS

Ed Cohen, Content Developer & Moderator

Publisher- GlobalBusinessNews.net


8:50 – 9:50, COMPLIANCE  ENFORCEMENTS

Multi-jurisdiction enforcements will impact business travel, employee mobility

KPMG LLP, Global Mobility Services

Tom Recchuiti, Managing Director- Tax

Dave Mayes, Managing Director

 


9:50 – 10:15, BREAK


10:15 – 11:15,   DO YOU KNOW ABOUT THE HIDDEN COSTS OF RELOCATING YOUR TALENT? 

MEASURING THE IMPACT OF LOST PRODUCTIVITY

Mary Beth Nitz, SCRP, SGMS-T
Vice President, Global Consulting Services

Altair Global 

This session will provide an interactive discussion of the results of Altair Global’s International Momentum Productivity Survey, a study series examining, identifying, and validating mobility-related events determined to have a significant impact on employees’ focus and productivity at work, and, as a result, companies’ bottom lines.


11:20 – 12,  EXPENSE SOLUTION; COMPLIANCE –  BUSINESS TRAVEL, MOBILITY

  Shawn Sweeney, Vice-President, ORION Mobility


12, LUNCH


12:50 – 1:20,  NEW WORKFORCE BENEFITS AND ENGAGEMENT

  Krystie Dascoli, Vice-President, Willis Towers Watson


1:20 – 1:50,  ACCELERATING PERFORMANCE of the NEW WORKFORCE on ASSIGNMENT … to add value to the business

  Sylvie-Durand-Morris, AIRINC


1:50 – 2:15, BREAK


2:15 – 4, Talk Show …  thought-leaders with audience participation (talk-back)

INTEGRATING MOBILITY WITH THE TALENT STRATEGY 

MEETING the EXPECTATIONS of the RMCs

… the EXPECATIONS of the DSPs

… the EXPECTATIONS of the CORPORATE CLIENTS

Moderator, Ed Cohen, Publisher – GlobalBusinessnews.net

Alicia Browne, Mobility, FM Global

Cheryl Craig, Mobility, Pivotal Software

 Michael Nole, Global IPM, Cigna

Allyson Stewart, Altair Global

Stephanie Dorsey, Immigration Specialist at EMD Millipore

Annette Clement, Executive Vice-President, Furnished Quarters

  Colin LaBrie, Regional Director, Paramount Transportation

    Holly Clontz, CRP, GMS-T; Manager, Global Mobility- Ingersoll Rand

   Jessie Rinaldi, Global Relocation Program Manager- BOSE




LEARNING MORE ABOUT:

GlobalBusinessNews.net (GBN), a trade publication and media company based in San Diego, California. Main activities: publishing, conference development & production, broadcasting.

EDITORIAL NARRATIVE:  “Globalization” …world trade’s impact on workforce strategies… job development, job positioning, job movement…  talent acquisition, development, deployment and mobility management, assignment performance management and development via retention…to add measurable value to the business.

PROCESS:  GlobalBusinessNews.net (GBN) aggregates industry-related news & information, as well as develops original content, edits the data and distributes it via publications, “live” events, and broadcasting. GBN participates in several other events year-round to learn, listen, and meet.

Audience / Readership / Reach

GOOGLE ANALYTICS INDEPENDENT RESEARCH

2016: 114,000 in ’16 in +100 countries;

Since 2007, 1.2 million reaching across time-zones, borders, cultures.

2017: January 1st thru May 2nd  31,109 audience-sessions / reader page-views in +100 countries…

58% US & Canada

25% Europe

  • 12% London metro/UK
  • 8%  Euro & continent
  • 5% Moscow

13% Asia/Pacific

  • 6% HK/Singapore/KL/China
  • 5% India
  • 2% Australia, New Zealand, Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Manila

3% LatAm/Carib

1% MidEast & Africa

 

 

 



4,  RECEPTION