Emerging Markets HR Summit Chairman of Advisory Board [PRESS RELEASE]

by BOC - Global Events Group / Tuesday, 22 September 2015 / Published in Article, Conference, EM HR Summit - LIVE, HR Summit

We are delighted to announce that Martin Kirke has been appointed as the Chairman of the Advisory Board for Emerging Markets HR Summit.

Martin has held international HR director roles with Dow Chemical, Ericsson and BP including Vice President Resource Management, Europe, Middle East and Africa for Ericsson and Director HR Global Operations Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia-Pacific for the BP Group. He has also been a general manager responsible for running a global business and is an experienced non-executive Director.

Martin is a regular speaker and chair at international conferences and has been a tutor and guest lecturer at business schools.

Emerging Markets HR brings together a diverse and multi-cultural group of HR professionals from emerging and mature markets. It provides unique opportunities for learning, professional and personal development through summits, workshops and on line forums.

Emerging Markets HR is growing rapidly and has over 1,500 members from over 30 countries. The Advisory Board will advise on content and speakers for events and further members will be announced when they are appointed.

Join the next Emerging Markets HR Summit in London, 11-13 November 2015!

 

 

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