Updated: May 4, 2021
International house best practices and principles across Europe
Webinar on May 11 @ 09.00 AM - 10.30 AM CET
Exploring how places across Europe can inspire each other in developing
state of the art solutions to service their global community.
What we'll be talking about:
If you want to be taken seriously as a place open for global talents, a one-stop-shop international house / expat welcome centre is a must.
European Talent Mobility Forum is gathering experts and practitioners in the field to inspire other places and discuss:
How do you launch an international house?
What are the key success factors?
How do you change the operational model during a lock-down?
How does the post pandemic 2.0 version of an international house look like?
09:00 - 09:30: Introducing International House Copenhagen "Going Digital", Gothenburg "Launching during a pandemic" and Estonia "The hybrid model"
09:30 - 10:00: Panel debate - How does the future set up look like in the post pandemic world? With Helsinki, Leuven, Holland Expat Center South and Brno
10:00 - 10:25: Break out - Discuss current challenges with fellow practitioners
10:25 - 10:30: Wrap up - Why we need work together across Europe and create solutions?
Lise Kingo Hansen - Chief Advisor at International House Copenhagen
Niklas Delersjö - Head of Move to Gothenburg
Lovisa Bohlin - Project manager International House Gothenburg
Ellen Eigi-Pankevičienė - Head of the International House of Estonia, Work in Estonia
Kris De Prins - Director, Holland Expat Center South
Elina Nurmi - Chief Specialist at City of Helsinki
Jan Kopkas - Brno Expat Centre
Natalie De Filette - Coordinator International House Leuven