Some might say, “Why not?” Think of this summer for Londoners and the many tourists visiting – the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee AND the Summer Olympics. The city is abuzz and counting down to the Olympic Games, which begin on July 27 and run through August 12! London, England has been the venue for two successful […]
Anne Dean joined Living Abroad LLC in 2002 as employee 001. While at Living Abroad, Anne developed and maintained reports on destinations throughout the globe, working with a global network of in-country contacts. In addition to her regular duties, she has published dozens of articles on doing business abroad and destination information in trade publications […]
Once the passports are squared away and you have found a home, zeroed in on a school, and arranged a mover, you may feel like the main relocation tasks are taken care of. And you would be basically right, but there is an important item that should not be overlooked: ensuring your family’s safety. Written […]
Amy Wassler was the “lucky” Moose winner of $1000 cash. With over 2/3 of the attendees participating, Amy was lucky indeed. Living Abroad, Interdean/Santa Fe, AIRINC, NetExpat and ACS International Schools, who were all handing out a stuffed, numbered Moose, sponsored the drawing. With 60 different exhibitors and seminars covering every aspect of Global Mobility, […]
Last week the doors opened on the first Totally Expat Show of 2012 in Houston on the 27th February and Living Abroad was there to exhibit. Houston is in Prime Oil and Gas country and the USA’s second biggest center for Global Mobility, which makes this is a natural choice. The increasing globalization of business makes the management of […]
Living Abroad is celebrating 25 years of providing trusted international relocation information for assignees and business travelers. Take a look at this 12 minute video where Michael Cadden highlights those 25 years in Silicon Valley on Feb 2, 2012. We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of you, our clients, for supporting […]
As a European Union founding member and its largest country by population, Germany is also the largest economy in Europe. It has recovered well from the global recession and is currently one of the strongest economies in the EU, spurred by automobile industry exports. Other industries – including mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and chemicals – […]
We thank you for your continued support as we strive to develop the best-in-class technology solutions for the international mobility community. From all of us at Living Abroad, we wish you the happiest holiday season and a spectacular New Year! We look forward to seeing you somewhere in the world in 2012!
Please join us in congratulating Sandra Goudswaard GMS, Senior Account Manager, Voerman International B.V. from the Netherlands. Sandra won the £1000 Moose Postcard drawing at last week’s FEM Global Mobility Summit in London (YouTubeVideo). The prize was donated by Living Abroad, AIRINC, Fragomen and Santa Fe. Sandra noted that she will donate part of the […]
Please join us in congratulating members of the Living Abroad team on receiving service awards from Worldwide ERC. Anne Dean was the recipient of the Two Time Distinguished Service Award. Michael Cadden and Ellen Harris were recognized with the Meritorious Service Award. Woohoo!
Indira Ghandi once said of India, “A nation’s strength ultimately consists in what it can do on its own, and not in what it can borrow from others.” With this sentiment in mind, Dean and Krishnaswamy offer an overview of the Republic of India. Written for Mobility magazine by Anne Dean, GMS, Director of Editorial […]
There are few topics that elicit more of an emotional response than those dealing with death. Fitzgerald offers a look at the process for addressing the unthinkable — an employee passing away while on assignment. Written for Mobility magazine by Erin Fitzgerald, International Product Manager, Living Abroad LLC. August 2011 – Read more…
There are few topics that elicit more of an emotional response than those dealing with death. Fitzgerald offers a look at the process for addressing the unthinkable — an employee passing away while on assignment.
Canada’s largest city and one of its southernmost, Toronto is located on the northwest shore of Lake Ontario. With a population of 2.5 million in the city itself, and 5.5 million in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), it is one of the safest cities in North America and ranks high in livability studies. As Canada’s […]
The Richland, Pasco, Kennewick area, which is located in the state of Washington, is known as the Tri-Cities Region. These cities continue to see steady growth and increased amenities due to the increase in jobs to the area, ranging from engineering to agriculture. There are also close to 100 wineries in the region which is […]
Latin America, which encompasses Center America, South America, the Caribbean, and part of North America, is a vast region with much to offer the expatriate and international business traveler, Dean and Hernandez offer a general overview of the region, featuring both cultural and business insights. Written for Mobility magazine by Anne Dean, GMS, Director of […]
What holidays do you commemorate in Summer? The topic certainly seemed relevant since the UK just celebrated, along with two billion people around the world, the royal wedding of Prince William and the now Princess Katherine. Not all holidays and celebrations, however, are that well known or publicized. For example, do you know when Bubble […]
As the seventh largest city in the U.S., and one of its fastest growing, the San Antonio metro area is home to 2.1 million people who are engaged in such diverse industries as bioscience, finance, tourism, and the U.S. military. Ranking high on various lists in recent years, San Antonio has borne out Forbes’ 2009 […]
The first U.S. Totally Expat Show, sponsored by the Forum for Expatriate Management, took place last week at New York City’s Metropolitan Pavilion. The conference was a great success! Suzanne McKaba, of Unilever, was the lucky winner of the $1,000 Moose Passport sponsored by Living Abroad, AIRINC, Cort, Fragomen, HTH Worldwide, Interdean and Net Expat. […]
With its distinction as the sunniest country in Europe, it is easy to envision the Spain of a tourist brochure. Harris and Escalona, however, discover what life is like for international assignees and their families who move there. Written for Mobility magazine by Ellen Harris, GMS, International Product Director, Living Abroad and Rosa Escalona, CERP2. […]