April 20, Lisbon
Europe’s economies are under pressure. Everywhere you look, there are labour shortages, from nurses to truck drivers to welders and more. It’s a problem that’s affecting the UK, Germany, Italy, Romania, Spain, Portugal and other countries.
Many Western economies have shifted their focus towards remote working policies in order to bring flexibility to their administration and knowledge workers. But this isn’t always possible for production plants and small labour-intensive businesses. As a result, some businesses are being forced to reduce output or shut down entirely. This is a threat to Europe’s wealth and competitiveness.
But what if there was a solution?
Millions of potential workers around the world are eager to move to Europe. How can we make that happen in an ethical way? What considerations do we need to keep in mind, and what use cases can we learn from?
We want to explore these questions with you!
What can you expect?
Join us for our first-ever event outside of Berlin. Hear from our expert speakers and share your own experiences and tips for setting up a remote workplace.
We’ll have an open discussion and plenty of time for networking.
Where & When?
The location and time are to be announced soon.
19:30-20:30: Our expert speakers take to the stage for an open discussion.
20:30-onwards: Time to network!
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to be a part of the conversation about the future of work in Europe!