16 March 2017

Bradenton, FL USA

Pro-Link GLOBAL is pleased to announce that Co-Founder and CEO Andrea Elliott is scheduled to speak at the SRRC (Southeastern Regional Relocation Council) Spring 2017 Conference. The conference will be held March 23 at the Omni Orlando Resort at Champions Gate in Orlando, Florida.

Elliott will be joined by Doug Hauer, Partner at Mintz Levin, to present their session, “The Future of Immigration: How Political Shifts in Influential Countries Will Impact Your Global Talent Movement.” Their session will be moderated by Vibeke Vadstein from Brookfield Global Relocation Services and will take place from 9:45 am – 10:45 am ET.

The dynamic session will address how companies can prepare for the significant domestic political and geopolitical shifts from highly influential countries such as the U.K., Singapore, the UAE and the U.S. Elliott and Hauer will provide attendees with perspectives from both a global and U.S. immigration standpoint.

This is the first time Pro-Link GLOBAL is speaking at the SRRC Conference. Elliott shared, “SRRC is our world headquarters’ backyard relocation council and we are thrilled to be sharing our global knowledge with our local corporate audience. Many thanks to SRRC Board Member & Co-Chair, Programs Committee Jodi Harris for getting us involved.”

The conference, including the immigration session, is free to all corporate attendees. Interested individuals can register, view the conference schedule, and learn more about the 2017 SRRC Spring Conference by visiting their website – http://www.srrconline.com/event-2374124


About Pro-Link GLOBAL: Pro-Link GLOBAL is a corporate global immigration company with its world headquarters based in Bradenton, Florida, USA and ten regional offices worldwide. The company provides their clients with a comprehensive global immigration program: best-in-class visa and immigration services, customized direction and guidance on difficult and new locations, complementary immigration updates covering the latest immigration changes around the world, and client-specific consultations for any sized project. All of these services are backed by integrated technology and reporting capabilities that allow their clients to operate their global mobility program with ease.

About SRRC: The Southeastern Regional Relocation Council, established in 1988, is an organization dedicated to providing a forum for education, problem solving and networking for relocation professionals. The SRRC has been recognized by the Employee Relocation Council as one of their regional groups.