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Membership details


Participation in RIN is exclusively reserved to in-house HR and C&B staff of multinational companies and organizations. As such, all applications are strictly monitored.

As a participant you should be prepared to share your experience and knowledge, without in any way possible harming the interests of your employer. Under no circumstances confidential information may be requested, provided or published. Shared information or information provided by the participants must at all times and without any exception remain confidential and may not be published or used for commercial purposes.

If the opportunity exists and subject to the approval of the employer, participants must be prepared to host at least one meeting every so many times. A good way to promote your company and its policies.

Annual fee

For participation in the regional RIN network chapter you will be asked to pay a modest yearly fee. This financial contribution is used for the costs of management and maintenance of the website. Participation in RIN is not binding, not subject to other conditions than those described and can be terminated at any time without any further obligations.

In short:

Participation in the RIN network is easy, cost effective and very useful. So don't wait any longer and experience the benefits of participating in RIN, the Knowledge Network.

Why join?

RIN gives direct access to colleagues with the same business interests in your region and around the world. RIN provides you, at no cost, with a database of up-to-date practical information from experts in your profession. In short: RIN directly connects you with the world of International Mobility.

How to register?

If you are interested in participating in the RIN Madrid network you can sign-up right away.

Terms and conditions

Participation in the RIN network is exclusively reserved for employees of multinational companies and organizations, who are responsible for expatriate related matters.