Havana Cuba

Trade tops the agenda as UK Foreign Secretary visits Cuba

Philip Hammond has become the first UK foreign secretary to visit Cuba since the 1959 revolution.

China growth in serviced residences

New tribe of travellers

Container ship in Havana harbour, Cuba

Six things to know about exporting to Cuba

With relations between the US and Cuba thawing and the smaller country, in turn, becoming a more viable destination for international business, the UKTI has issued updated advice.

‘HR should bridge the gap between employer and employee'

Five things to know about exporting to China

Re:locate magazine Spring 2016 – Out Now!
Relocate magazine Spring 2016

Now available: Re:locate magazine Spring 2016

The newly published Spring 2016 issue of Re:locate magazine is now arriving on desks, with a special focus on supporting families on the move.
business in China

China: Unpacking employee relocation practices

A comprehensive new survey examines global mobility in China and its key drivers, looking at inbound, outbound and domestic relocation, and putting policies and practices under the spotlight as never before.

Gender parity: Time to reset the clock?

New predictive analysis from Mercer based on current global gender-equality practices paints a startling picture of the timescale for change, and gives solid insights into effective practice and outcomes.
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Relocate Global Guide to International Education & Schools

To celebrate the launch of Relocate Global's new Guide to International Education & Schools, we held a Global Education Forum in London on Thursday 19 February. See below to order copies of the Guide.

Relocate Guide to International Education and Schools

International Education Guide out now

The first edition of Re:locate Global’s new annual Guide to International Education & Schools is now available. Its unique editorial content, beautiful illustrations and high-quality production make it a first in the global mobility market.
Re:locate Magazine

Re:locate magazine (published March, June, September and November) is the leading independent publication for HR, global managers and relocation professionals.

It covers the full spectrum of international relocation topics, to support those relocating, operating, or setting up operations overseas. Each issue is packed with authoritative, topical features on subjects ranging from international assignment policy and practice to removals, and from education to expat banking, plus coverage of global mobility events. Digital magazines for Asia Pacific, Latin America and Europe are also published quarterly. Register now for your free copies.

Immigration News
Expat in Saudi Arabia

Expats in Saudi to get US-style Green Card system

Saudi Arabia is to introduce a US-style 'green card' system within five years to give expatriates in the kingdom more rights as part of a fundamental shake-up of the nation's economy.

Shortlist announced for Immigration Team of the Year

The shortlisted entries for the Relocate Award for Immigration Team of the Year have been revealed.
Arrivals at UK airport

Focus on immigration following Obama intervention

Immigration has taken centre stage in the UK referendum debate in an apparent attempt by campaigners who want the nation to leave the European Union.
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Latest Education & Schools News
European schoolchildren

European education: Preparing families for the challenges

To mark the launch of Relocate Global's Guide to International Education and Schools, Rebecca Marriage explores some of the challenges for international assignees when relocating to Europe with school-age children.
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Latest Serviced Apartments News & Features
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Canada Digital Issue
Canada\'s Mr Trudeau

Look to Canada for opportunities, Trudeau tells WEF

In a bid to reassure the assembled leaders that, despite the oil-price collapse, Canada’s economy was strong, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took to the stage at January’s meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos.
David Sapsted Reports
Havana Cuba

Trade tops the agenda as UK Foreign Secretary visits Cuba

Philip Hammond has become the first UK foreign secretary to visit Cuba since the 1959 revolution.
John Major, former Prime Minister

Former PM warns of dangers of a Brexit vote

Former prime minister Sir John Major has warned that the "splendid isolation" being preached by the 'leave' campaign ahead of the referendum on European Union membership would leave the UK weaker both economically and politically.
Former chief reporter at The Times and news editor and New York correspondent for The Telegraph among other journals, David Sapsted writes sharply observed news for Re:locate.
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