Presentation slides

Welcoming and Opening Speeches
»SpeechWelcome to Estonia. Andres Anvelt. Minister of the Interior, Estonia
»SpeechWelcome to the conference. Marion Pajumets. Coordinator of the Estonial National Contact Point, European Migration Network
Session I: The EU in the Global Race for Talents
»SlidesMigration, economic growth and skills mismatch. Theodoor Sparreboom. Chief Technical Officer, ILO
»SlidesCan Europe compete for skills? Jean-Christophe Dumont, Head of the International Migration Division, OECD
Session II: Member State Practices in the EU: Competitors or Collaborators?
»SlidesEstonian startup visa/residence permit program. Ruth Annus, Head of Migration and Border Policy Department, Ministry of the Interior, Estonia
»SlidesAttracting (high) skilled labour migrants in Germany. Barbara Hess, Expert at Migration and Integration Research Section, Federal Office of Migration and Refugees (BAMF), Germany
»SlidesThe Copenhagen story. Nikolaj Lubanski, Director of Talent Attraction, Copenhagen Capacity, Denmark
»SlidesNo growth without collaboration. Yvonne van Hest, Program Director of Brainport Development, the Netherlands
Session III: Companies in the Globalized World
»SlidesCompeting in the global race for talent. Will Harvey, Director of the Business, Institutions and Policy Research Cluster, University of Exeter Business School
» key figures. Ellen Jansma, Global Mobility Manager at
Session IV: Companies in the Globalized World
»SlidesGlobal talent on the move. Paul A. L. Evans, Academic Director of Global Talent Competitiveness Index, INSEAD
»SlidesTalents without borders. Karoli Hindriks, Founder and CEO, Jobbatical
»SlidesMove and manage the mobile workforce. Sten Tamkivi, VP of Product, Employees & Marketplace, MOVE Guides
Workshop Strand I — Foreign Students
»SlidesTalent's perspective. Hakan Karaoglu, International Communication and Marketing Coordinator at Tallinn University of Technology
»SlidesRecast students and researchers directive. Laura Corrado, Head of Legal Migration and Integration Unit, DG HOME, European Commission
»SlidesThe Dutch national approach to student retention. Karen de Man, Communications Advisor, Holland Alumni Network at Nuffic
»SlidesAttracting foreign students — promotion activities in France. Johanna Hellwig, Chief of Projects, European Projects Services in Campus France
»SlidesThe Estonian national approach to student retention. Raul Ranne, Head of Higher Education Unit, Archimedes Foundation, Estonia
»SlidesKey Findings of the EMN AHQ Retaining third-country national students in the European Union. Norma Rose, Junior Consultant at EMN/ICF
Workshop Strand II — Foreign Employees
»SlidesExperiences and practices of EU MS in talent attraction. Pärtel-Peeter Pere, Future Place Leadership
»SlidesThe future of talent attraction. Nikolaj Lubanski, Copanhagen Capacity, Denmark
»SlidesHow can an Estonian bank attract & retain talent? Agne Sokolov, Big Bank, Estonia
»SlidesThe mega and HR trends. Andrew Robb, Partner, Deloitte UK. The Estonian perspective. Siiri Sutt, Senior Consultant, Deloitte Estonia. Mobility and Global Workforce. Beth Warner, Associate Director, Deloitte UK
Workshop Strand III — Foreign Startup Founders
»SlidesOverview of startup schemes in different member states. Killu Vantsi, Ministry of the Interior, Estonia
»SlidesThe concept of global resource attraction: how to attract startups. Marc Penzel, Startup Genome
»SlidesSpanish program for attracting startup founders. María Reyes Fernández, Ministry of Employment and Social Security, Spain