Alison Sellar at the Webster Buchanan Global Payroll Summit

On Tuesday 26th April, Alison Sellar, CEO of activpayroll, will attend Webster Buchanan’s Global Payroll Summit at the Park Plaza County Hall in London.

The event will be attended by industry professionals including senior payroll, HR, and finance managers responsible for regional or global payroll. The Summit will focus on how multinational companies are tackling the challenges of multi-country payroll.

Webster Buchanan Research is an international market research and consulting company focusing on international HR and multi-country payroll, servicing mid-sized and large multinational companies. Webster Buchanan will moderate a panel discussion at the event in which Alison will be one of three senior representatives from global payroll vendors.

The all-day event will run in two different parts. The morning will consist of a workshop where senior international HR and payroll managers from four multinationals will discuss their global payroll experiences. Webster Buchanan Research executives will also share insights from their global payroll consulting and research business, and Alison will input to the vendor panel discussion.  

The afternoon will consist of sessions that are reserved exclusively for senior executives responsible for regional and global payroll. The sessions will run in a confidential boardroom format, combining themed discussions, case studies and the opportunity for delegates to discuss their global payroll plans and challenges with their peers. 

Alison Sellar, CEO of activpayroll, said: “I am really looking forward to attending Webster Buchanan’s Global Payroll Summit later this month; it is a great pleasure to attend such a unique event in the global payroll industry. I’m confident that the summit will prove to be a worthwhile experience, I find it very interesting to hear about other companies’ successes and challenges in managing global payroll and to also share my insight and experience gained throughout the activpayroll journey.”