The ProGlobal 2016 on the 16th of June, in London, will provide a unique opportunity for senior in-house HR and global mobility professionals to discuss the challenges, solutions, and trends influencing the success of their international assignments.

We are delighted to announce that ECA International, software solutions consultant, Ema Boccagni will be discussing how to reduce costs at this year’s ProGlobal conference.

Ema joined ECA International in 2008. She collaborates closely with ECA’s global client services, software and marketing teams to focus on the sales of software, and is responsible for collating client feedback and requirements and channelling these into the appropriate teams to support product development.

Pior to this role, Ema worked in ECA’s client services team for over six years and remains responsible for ECA’s clients based in Italy. Ema has worked extensively with many major multinational companies advising them on current practices in international HR and assisting clients with the management of assignments abroad, including data briefing and salary calculation. She regularly presents at ECA training courses and webinars as well as speaking at ECA events and meetings in the UK and abroad. Ema graduated from Turin University, Italy and apart from her native Italian, she is also fluent in English and German.

Ema will be covering how to achieve a more cost-effective mobility policy and will discuss:

  • Using new technologies to reduce administration
  • Measuring the value and keeping a lid on costs

ProGlobal 2016 is perfect for global mobility professionals, international HR managers, benefits and reward managers, global talent manager’s relocation managers and expatriate managers.

Visit the event page to find out more information about Ema and other expert speakers that will be presenting at the ProGlobal 2016 conference and book your place today.





Robert joined the HRreview editorial team in October 2015. After graduating from the University of Salford in 2009 with a BA in Politics, Robert has spent several years working in print and online journalism in Manchester and London. In the past he has been part of editorial teams at Flux Magazine, Mondo*Arc Magazine and The Marine Professional.