On Jan 22, the launch of the ‘Global Talent Competitiveness Index 2018′ took place in Davos. Nicole van Haelst, ICP director was invited by Prof. Bruno Lanvin of INSEAD to witness the first ranking of The Hague and Rotterdam in the City Index: #27 and # 34 respectively. A great score with opportunities to unleash our full potential as Global Talent Hub.
During ICP’s 10th anniversary this year, The Global Talent Program will be initiated, aiming at optimizing the regional Talent Attraction, Growth and Retention functions.
‘ICP Talent LAB’
The 1st ICP Talent Lab of 2018 will be devoted to highlighting and discussing the insights of the GTCI 2018 ranking. Come join the discussion and actively contribute to the outline of the Global Talent Program 2018 and beyond. Curious about the specific profiles we need to attract and deliver to enable growth in the regional top sectors?
The Hague Tech is kindly hosting this event – an international community in the heart of the Dutch city of The Hague, where talent, businesses, research institutions and government bodies work together by using technology to help build a better society. They create a community where knowledge, knowhow and inspiration will be shared to come to innovative solutions where technology is essential.