Asia Talent Mobility Alliance Welcomes RNA Group K.K. as Foundation Partner
Foundation Partners play a fundamental role in the development of Talent Mobility in Asia and the formation of ATMA's supportive programs and services for the industry across the region.
HONG KONG - May 27, 2023 - PRLog -- Asia Talent Mobility Alliance (ATMA), a not-for-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the innovation and development of the talent mobility industry of Asia welcomes the support of the RNA Group K.K., a provider of destination, visa and immigration services as a Foundation Partner.
Foundation Partners provide substantial financial, talent and knowledge resources to help fulfil the vision and mission of ATMA. The program stands apart from a typical sponsorship and involves a deep partnership and leadership position for developing the organization. Invitations were extended to those companies with a demonstrated dedication to the professionalism and advancement of the talent mobility industry in Asia.
"As cooperation and trade grow through agreements like RCEP and ASEAN and as Asian headquartered corporations expand regionally and globally, we believe an association built in Asia for the Asian talent mobility community and wholly focused on advancing that community is necessary," stated Sean Collins, ATMA Launch Committee member. "ATMA is a not-for-profit and relies on the support and active participation of members and sponsors. As a Foundation Partner, RNA Group extends its deep investment and involvement in ASIA and highlights a strong commitment to the Talent Mobility community here."
"Our mission is to help people and their organizations with Mobility Services that support the globalization of Asia," states Bryce Conlan, Director of RNA Group K.K (Japan), "This aligns perfectly with AMTA's plan to build a talent mobility industry devoted to Asia and Asian-based companies." "We are excited to join forces and together," says Steve Burson, Director of RNA Group and CEO of Relo Network Asia (Singapore). "This will make faster progress on this essential component of properly representing our industry in Asia, but that until now, has been missing."
Sharon E. Michnay