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23.09.2014
Home to big buildings, communities and cultures from all around the world, Dubai is the place to be. It’s a truly cosmopolitan city, a place built on oil wealth that continues to flourish through tourism. But while it’s an inspiring part of the world, it can also be a little bit intimidating. With so much to explore, where do you begin? If the...
19.09.2014
Six years ago, Diane Lemieux and Anne Parker met at a global mobility fair in the Netherlands. Over a glass of wine they discovered that they shared the belief that everyone can enjoy their mobile life if they have the right skills, knowledge and attitudes to consciously and proactively deal with the huge amounts of change involved in moving. Two...
08.09.2014
Today is the 15th day of the 8th lunar month – and this year a harvest moon to boot! China and its Asian neighbours will be celebrating the Mid-Autumn, Moon or Mooncake Festival.In Singapore and Malaysia it is known as the Lantern Festival, not to be confused with the Chinese New Year Lantern Festival in January. The festival has its roots in moon...
03.09.2014
According to 2010 data, millions of American homeowners received a foreclosure notice. Many of those who lost their homes will gravitate toward renting as a temporary option for shelter while they work to repair their credit. However, property owners have taken note of this growing trend and raised rent prices accordingly.  This has complicated...
01.09.2014
Many people dream of setting up a business overseas, only to find that dream trickier to realise than they had anticipated. We are looking for a British Expat family run hotel, guesthouse or B&B which is, frankly, in need of a helping hand! This is an opportunity for your business to benefit from a once-in-lifetime opportunity with straight...