The corona crisis has made virtual collaboration the new normal. Companies have experienced that for several functions the employees must not necessarily be located centrally. More and more companies are taking advantage of this by transferring repetitive tasks, for example in order processing, IT or internal sales, to countries with low personnel costs. One speaks of “Nearshoring” in this context if countries with regional proximity and similar time zone are chosen. Nearshore Employee Leasing is particularly attractive for small and medium-sized enterprises. It provides an interesting cost saving potential and can help to overcome local recruitment bottlenecks.
What is Nearshoring by Employee Leasing?
Advantages of Turkey, Tunisia and Egypt as nearshoring locations.
Suitable functions and cost-saving potentials.
Collaboration models, dos and don’ts.
At the end of each webinar, the speakers will be happy to answer your questions.
Before joining FCMS Group, Stephan worked more than 8 years for Accenture’s management consulting practice. His main projects were in the manufacturing and automotive industry, where he focused on transformation and digitalization programs. Stephan has a strong knowledge when it comes to „remote resources“. In many projects, he was involved in the definition and implementation of nearshore resources, offshore delivery teams or the set-up of shared service centers.
He started his career in the semiconductor industry, where he worked as project manager in Asia and as key account manager for governmental clients.
Stephan holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of St. Gallen and a Diploma (Dipl.-Ing.) in Automation Technology from the University of Stuttgart.
Before joining FCMS Group Hans was Managing Director of the two global industrial players SEW-Eurodrive GmbH & Co. KG (1987 – 2014) and Rittal GmbH & Co. KG (2014 – 2019).
In both companies, he was responsible for global sales & marketing as well as service and logistics. He could achieve there impressive and profitable growth by expanding the global footprint and establishing new subsidiaries. Hans had a revenue responsibility of 2.7 billion € in SEW-Eurodrive and 2.3 billion € in Rittal.
Additionally, he joined in 2009 the advisory board of the German company Turck Holding GmbH, a global player in industry-specific automation solutions. Since 2014 he has been taking the chair of this advisory board.
Hans completed his studies in Industrial Engineering at the University of Karlsruhe in 1987.