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Some words from the director of RELOCATE CONSULTING 2000

June 16, 2010

Although it’s common to say that the world has shrunk and everything is ‘just around the corner’, relocating to another city, not to mention to another country, can be an overwhelming experience. Cultural, social and political changes are only some of the points that international transferees will have to cope with when they move. Some of these changes are well known, but even so, the majority of the differences have a great impact on expatriates.

¿Why relocate? 

For one simple reason – to increase knowledge. All companies, national or multinational, have to be constantly updating themselves and learning from their experiences in an international working environment in order to fulfill their client’s needs. And one of the best ways to do it is with Human Capital – relocating personal. That goes for individuals too – the more they learn from other countries, the more they have to offer to their future employers.

Our aim at RELOCATE CONSULTING 2000 is to help the expatriate get integrated culturally and socially as soon and smoothly as possible. That is why we have send over the last 6 years our monthly TIPS to all our clients. But now we are expanding, by creating a blog were you can post your suggestions, experiences and, if you want, contacting between yourselves. In addition, we have created a Club for our expatriates, called Relocation Club 2000, with the email reloclub2000@relocateconsulting.com . The aim of this club is to organize some events so you get to know each other not only virtually, but in person!

For RELOCATE CONSULTING 2000, the expatriates are the center of our attention – their needs come first. What distinguishes us from other relocation agencies is our dedication to the individual. We value highly the human element and take great care of every detail of their well being.

We hope that you will participate in our initiatives and hope to read your comments in the blog!

Best wishes,
Connie Rönn
Director

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