About a week ago, Beijing Women’s Network and JingJobs held another one of their Professional Development Series. The event included topics about young professionals working in an intercultural environment, solving language barriers, and forging team identity. ugg pour homme The night was welcomed by Beijing Women’s Network’s Stephanie Jackson, followed by a voice note from Ella Kidron from JD.com, who unfortunately couldn’t not join the event as one of the speakers. asics soldes CCA Marketing Consultant’s Christian Jensen and Aida Gao from Rolls-Royce anchored the event with their presentations, mentioning their experience and high-lows working in an international setting.
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The Global Office event was not just a seminar with a panel discussion, the night was followed by a networking session, and entrance fees purchased by all attendees proceeds to charity. The air was electric and thick with excitement – excitement for tacos, provided by our caterer, Palms.