Dear fellow expats stuck at home, In these difficult times of worldwide Corona-panic and curfews many people all of the sudden have plenty of time on their hands.
Is our global mobility in permanent danger? And what should our collective response be to a pandemic turning from a sci-fi apocalypse movie theme into an all to real fight - against a very real global enemy? I would argue that the most important things to keep in mind are, that we need to avoid panic, in all its forms; and that we cannot let this global crisis divide us – in fact, we can use it
Success at home means the only place your business can go to expand is abroad. We have helped many companies relocate to Spain, and in our experience, these are the 5 steps a company should take to make a success of their international relocation. Contents
Being successful abroad is a personal objective for many entrepreneurs, even an obsession. For many companies, export is the key to success, especially for companies that operate in a niche market. Entrepreneurship in international markets is a must for anyone, because the grass is always greener on the other side of the hill, right?
Moving your business to new territories, possibly across a continent gives you a much bigger market to play with. Of course the financial reasons are apparent, taking this decision usually only comes as a result of existing sales or a strong presence. But selling your products, services, or business abroad is one thing, setting up and having boots on the ground is entirely another.
Spanish, the language of love. Romantic. Mysterious. And Difficult. And to master this language you’ve decided to book your place on a trip to Spain to learn Spanish. Great!
Global Mobility in 2018 The face of Global Mobility is changing quickly:
Get a good office space in your destination Having the best office space to work in your destination country is essential, not only for productivity but also to build a business and make contacts.