Friday, July 5, 2013

Talents available -Tapping the talent pool for global growth

Time: 9.00-19.00, 5 September 2013
Location: Paasitorni Helsinki, Finland

The Talents available Conference, co-organised by the Expat-project and the Ministry of Education and Culture Finland amongst other actors, will be opened by Prime Minister of Finland Jyrki Katainen. The conference will bring in companies expanding in China to share their experiences on how they have capitalised Chinese expats’ contribution to its growth. In the meanwhile, based on the result of the Expat-project, the conference will propose concrete actions in talent retention in response to expats’ integration experience to develop the Central Baltic Sea region a welcoming place for its citizens regardless from where they are.
Talents available event sets its agenda in fostering economic growth through tapping internationals available in Finland and the Central Baltic Sea Region including Sweden, Estonia and Latvia. The events under the Talents available umbrella will give an insight on how Finnish companies go abroad empowered by the Chinese talents and, while at the same time, prepare the Central Baltic Sea Region as an inclusive and welcoming place for international talents to settle in.
Program will include interesting presentations and speeches in theme, i.e. Chinese students in Finland - success cases, micro region's response to the challenges and opportunities of global talent mobility – a case of Expat project, pathways to successful talent retention – showcasing best practises of services and embedding expat's integration experiences into service and policy development – policy recommendations of Expat-project.
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See you in September!

The Talent Available event is a joint initiative amongst:

Ministry of Education and Culture, Finland   Helsinki Region Welcome Weeks
Chinese Students and Scholars Association – Espoo ry

In collaboration with EK Federation of Finnish industries, Central Chamber of Commerce, Confucius Institute of University of Helsinki, Enterprise Europe Network, Helsinki Region Chamber of Commerce, Greater Helsinki Promotion and City of Espoo.

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