The last few years has sparked an enormous amount of change; the pandemic altered our perspectives on life and on work, and the subsequent economic recovery has led to supply chains pressures, compounded by the war in Europe. These impacts are touching every part of business. So how is global mobility adapting to that change?

In this video, Crown World Mobility’s Group Vice President, Jurgen Zyderveld, and Nick Sutton, Vice President – Global Sales & Marketing, consider how businesses are adapting following an unprecedented period of challenge and change.

We touch on:

  • Heritage and familiarity with change: how change isn’t new, it’s a constant – and in Crown’s 50 years of operating, the world has been transformed, particularly when emerging from crises, riding the waves of growth or managing the impact of recessions.
  • The impact of volatility on global mobility: how global mobility programs evolve through cycles of change.
  • The ability to respond rapidly: Crown World Mobility’s own ability to adapt to change and increase or decrease capacity to respond.
  • The need to be resilient: the role Crown has played in helping its clients adjust, particularly as the restrictions brought about by the pandemic were loosened.

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