Travel Sites As A Benefit To Expatriates

Jul 14, 2015 |

Years ago, studies suggested that employees spend more time planning their vacations then they spend planning their careers. That was long before the rise of the Internet, when sites like JetSetter and TripAdvisor offered instant access to beautiful hotels, scenic views, and holiday bargains. While we’re not a vacation review site, there’s no doubt one of […]

The Rest Of The Family: Thinking About The Expat Child

Jul 7, 2015 |

The idea of travel and living in other countries is fun when you’re unattached, or if you partner is a photographer or writer who dreams of exotic locales brimming with mystery. When your camera bag is replaced with a diaper bag, the need for planning beats the need for romance, and companies moving experienced employees […]

Expat Humor: That’s A Thing?

Jun 17, 2015 |

When searching for tax tips and remote office technology trends, you’ll occasionally stumble on the little known niche of Expat Humor. Yeah – that’s a real thing. It makes sense to folks from the US, whose love of foreign comics and ethnic comics form the basis of much of their modern humor. You don’t even […]

Here’s a great piece of research on Expatriate Management in High-Risk Countries from our academic partner and strategic adviser, Dr. Benjamin Bader. The report is a collaboration with Dr. Tassilo Schuster form the University of Erlangen-Nurnberg. The link to a English translation and pdf download is here: Expat-Research_ResultReport2015. For more on Dr Bader, check out […]