Clapham

Anatomy of a Takeover

Dom Tidey:  “Our industry has seen big changes over the past few years and one of the main trends we’ve seen has been consolidation and takeover as companies use economies of scale to remain both competitive and compliant.

We will be delving in depth into the topic in Seville in our session "Mergers and Acquisitions - for a full Seville programme click here

EGQS+

Putting the "Plus" into the EGQS

We just held our annual EGQS review and we’ve made some big changes, but don’t panic!  They streamline the programme and make it more inclusive for our increasingly diverse membership.  

Jon Harman

Destination Services: Supporting the Experientially Blind - By Jon Harman, CORT Destination Services

Jon Harman looks at how research into neuroscience can help people settle into new places and routines... Jon will be leading a session on "New Insights into Cognitive Function" on Wednesday May 6th at our Seville Conference.
EuRA A History

EuRA - A Brief History

Like all good ideas, EuRA came to be as a result of the combination of inspiration and timing.  In 1997, the newly formed Syndicat National des Professionnels de la Relocation et la Mobilite (SNPRM) reached out for talks with the then well-established Association of Relocation Professionals (ARP) in the UK.  The rationale would be to create a European wide association with the dual purpose of representing the growing and evolving industry and implementing professional standards.  One of the early discussions concerned how the new association would be known and the first suggestion was the S