Simon Mason

Simon Mason, senior vice president of business development for the EMEA and APAC regions, is a relocation industry veteran with more than a decade of hands-on experience. Prior to joining Graebel, he led a UK firm of 100-plus FTE employees at board level and managed a multi-million pound budget. Inimitably familiar with cultural nuances and challenges that face executives on overseas assignments, Mason is responsible for developing business relationships with senior human resources, procurement, talent acquisition and management executives at UK domestic and multinational companies. He is ultimately accountable for contracting corporate client acquisitions for Graebel Relocation, which administers consultancy and full-service relocation services and removals for companies across the globe. Based in the London area, Mason has worked on three continents in nine different cities while travelling to over 70 countries in his capacity as a relocation management executive. This experience presents him with a unique perspective in international assignment management. Mason’s combined experience is incalculable when discussing relocation programmes, policies and best-practices by country or industry so that contemporary, effective solutions can be instituted, then realised for the client and for its workforce.

  • Policies or Insight: Which one drives Mobility forward?

    Policies or Insight: Which one drives Mobility forward?

    By: Simon Mason Vice President – EMEA You want to push Mobility forward for your company. But amid significant evolutionary trends — including shorter assignments, global uncertainties and a...

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  • Brexit – Best Pre-Compliance Practices Related to Talent Mobility Programmes

    Brexit – Best Pre-Compliance Practices Related to Talent Mobility Programmes

    By: Simon Mason Vice President, Business Development EMEA – Graebel Nearly one year ago, UK citizens voted by a 52-48 margin to leave the European Union. One couldn’t help notice the rhetoric...

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