International Salon: Borderless Career 2.0

Source: Taipei Medical University

Published on 2020-05-21

Trying to establish a career overseas may be challenging. However, the further you are away from your comfort zone, the more you learn. Living and working in another country can be a great education when you’re just starting out. But take it from the folks who’ve done it.

Tiffany Chien is a Taiwanese in charge of the marketing portfolio of an e-commerce company in Thailand. Joining us from Bangkok, Tiffany is invited by the Office of Global Engagement to this year’s International Salon to share her personal experience of how she started her million-mile journey of working abroad, as well as her advice to anyone wishing to embark on a similar route.

Starting from May 21st, participants of this online event will have the chance to win a 7-11 gift card after watching this fruitful talk and completing the online questionnaire.

 Tiffany Chien

 Senior Marketing Manager 

 Century Grow Co., Ltd

[How to enter the lucky draw]

1. Video: https://youtu.be/qSp6KbOn9jc
2. Online questionnaire: https://forms.gle/8K4GGCM6JGaJhtKP9

[EVENT]

Duration: May 21, 2020 – June 2, 2020
Organizer: Office of Global Engagement, Taipei Medical University

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