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Articles > United Kingdom (UK)

United Kingdom (UK)

A Taste Of Home: Where To Find Your National Cuisine In London

Posted on Wednesday April 19, 2017 (10:28:27)
(c) Stanley Dai
Leaving a country where you grew up and spent your early life, adapting to the culture you were born into, and then moving to a city that is very set in its British etiquette, there will be times when you miss a little piece of home, including those authentic traditional home-cooked meals.   more ...

Articles > Canada


How To Start A Business In Canada

Posted on Wednesday April 19, 2017 (09:34:23)
(c) Ferdinand Stöhr
Moving to Canada is perfect for entrepreneurs who are looking to get into the business industry. It is known to be one of the most favourable countries due to the ease of doing business there. In order to successfully open a business in Canada, it is a requirement to have a permanent residence permit or citizenship, unless you are going into partnership with a Canadian resident.   more ...

Articles > United States (USA)

United States (USA)

An Expat Guide To Starting A Business In The US

Posted on Tuesday April 18, 2017 (10:00:44)
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When it comes to starting a business in the US, there are a lot of opportunities and a wealth of information available to entrepreneurs. Whether your plan is to open a daycare or seize construction opportunities, the options available to you in the US are seemingly endless. This article will cover some of the basic information regarding starting a small business in the States. For more detailed information and suggestions on starting your own business, check out the US Small Business Administration’s website.   more ...

Articles > Singapore


An Expat Guide To The Neighbourhoods Of Singapore

Posted on Tuesday April 18, 2017 (09:32:41)
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Moving to a new and unfamiliar place can be overwhelming at the best of times, in particular when it is a large city.

We’ve put together this guide to the neighbourhoods of Singapore to help you better understand what each has to offer.

Singapore is divided into 28 districts which is based on the old district postal system. Although this system is no longer used, the districts are generally still divided and referred to as such.

You can see a table of the districts of Singapore here.   more ...

Articles > Italy


An Expat Guide To Moving Your Pet To Italy

Posted on Tuesday April 18, 2017 (08:58:39)
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Are you planning on bringing your animale domestico with you to start your new life in Italy?

Before making your move, you will need to make the necessary preparations for your pet to ensure their journey runs smoothly.

The logistics and preparation can be confusing at times and so we have put together a simple guide with all of the information you will need to ensure that your pet is prepared for entering Italy.   more ...

Articles > Costa Rica

Costa Rica

Starting A New Business In Costa Rica - A Guide For Expats

Posted on Monday April 17, 2017 (09:54:13)
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It may not be the first destination to roll off an entrepreneurial expat's tongue, but starting a new business in Costa Rica has a lot to recommend it.

It is not only an increasingly popular destination for tourists, but expats are also gravitating to the country, no doubt attracted by its reputation as being one of the happiest places in the world for expats to live.

That's the finding from the Happy Planet index, and the friendly people there will often say that the country exemplifies 'pura vida', or pure life.   more ...

Articles > United Arab Emirates (UAE)

United Arab Emirates (UAE)

Report: UAE Struggling To Fill Jobs As Expats Look Elsewhere

Posted on Monday April 17, 2017 (09:23:21)
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Until recently the UAE was a shining beacon for international workers, drawing expats from far and wide to high-paying, low-tax jobs in the desert heat. From teachers to technical experts, executives to engineers, the country was a luxury destination that paid well and afforded a high quality of life.   more ...

Articles > Australia


New In Town? Explore What Canberra Has To Offer

Posted on Monday April 17, 2017 (08:49:51)
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Canberra is the capital of Australia and is also known as the ‘bush capital’ due to its abundance of nature reserves and national parks. It is home to a smorgasbord of people from varied backgrounds, including students from all over the world who come to attend the prestigious universities it has to offer. People who relocate here are generally employed in one of the many government, political or media offices that are situated in the city.   more ...

Articles > India


Moving to India? Here Are Ten Street Foods You Should Try

Posted on Monday April 17, 2017 (08:21:48)
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The street food of India is internationally famous. You can get a little taste of its flavours in marketplaces from the UK to South Africa. Increasingly, you don't even have to find a street vendor to try it, with indoor street food restaurants popping up everywhere.   more ...

Articles > United Kingdom (UK)

United Kingdom (UK)

UK Remains Popular With Young Expat Entrepreneurs Despite Brexit Vote

Posted on Monday April 17, 2017 (08:00:59)
In the wake of the Brexit vote, the second half of 2016 was a turbulent one for the UK. In October the pound plummeted, hitting a six year low against the Euro, and a three decade low against the dollar. It is yet to recover to pre-Brexit vote levels, and threats of a 'hard Brexit' have many economists and commentators predicting an unstable future for the UK economy.   more ...