NEI is pleased to announce the promotion of Al Blumenberg, SCRP, to Senior Vice President, Global Client Development and Service Partner Relations. In his new role, Al will direct the expansion of NEI’s client base, as well as manage the selection and development of high-quality service partners to ensure high customer satisfaction for our clients and their relocating employees.
Having held several HR positions with a global Fortune 500 corporation, Al contributes more than 35 years of experience in talent management, human resources, and global mobility program development to NEI. Since joining us in 2008, he has expanded our Global Partner Alliance to the next level, including the development of an annual Summit where our worldwide partners attend to learn more about NEI, exchange ideas on how to better serve our joint clients, and learn about the latest trends that could help them improve services.
“I am excited about this new challenge,” Al indicated. “We are finding more synergies between our service partners and developing new business—it seems like a perfect fit with everything we’ve been doing! Right now, what’s ‘keeping me up at night’ is all the ways we can share the NEI story and all of the reasons why NEI is the best choice for a corporate relocation management partner.”
Recognized industry-wide for his dedication to corporate relocation, Al has been an active member of the Worldwide ERC since 1997 and was inducted into the Worldwide ERC® Hall of Leaders in 2013. He is a past Chairman of the Board, President, and has served in numerous board positions with the organization, as well as earning most of the available awards.
“Al brings a great deal of experience, NEI knowledge and enthusiasm to this leadership position” said Randy Wilson, NEI CEO. “He understands our growth strategy and business philosophy – both key to the continued success of NEI Global Relocation. We are excited about the future and know that Al and our client development team will communicate our story effectively within our industry.”