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Starbucks is moving its European, Middle East and African headquarters from The Netherlands to London, the company revealed on Wednesday. ...
16 April 2014
 
 
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Oakwood Worldwide Opens New Property in Prime London Location
Oakwood Worldwide, the leading provider of corporate housing and serviced apartment solutions, has added Oakwood 7 Ludgate Broadway to its global ...
16 April 2014
 
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Serviced apartments open in London’s tallest residential building
Serviced apartment provider Skyline Worldwide has launched The Tower, its first central London development. ...
 
Going Global Exhibition and Conference 2014
Going Global Live is a unique event tailored specifically towards British companies looking to expand internationally, export products or set up ...
16 April 2014
 
Do UK firms invest enough in training?
A sharp drop in training is putting organisations at risk of stagnating, losing top talent and falling behind the competition, according to ...
 
Number in employment hits six-year high
Unemployment in the UK fell to its lowest rate in five years in the three months to February, according to figures from the Office for National ...
16 April 2014
 
Record highs predicted for Asia Pacific commercial property
Asia Pacific commercial property transactions have slowed, but Asia property specialists JLL predicts record highs by year ...
 
Savills release report on UK regional commercial property
"UK institutions are becoming more dominant in the regional cities and are starting to look more closely at key regional cities" says ...
15 April 2014
 
There's more to the UK than London and the South East
There are more places to do business in the UK than just London and the South East, says Jo Redman, marketing director of SACO Serviced ...
 
US reaches limit for H-1B petitions
For the first time since 2008, US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has reached the statutory H-1B cap of 65,000 for fiscal year (FY) ...
15 April 2014
 
Nigeria now Africa’s biggest economy
Nigeria’s GDP has been revised up by 89 per cent and the country and can now boast Africa’s biggest economy. ...
 
At last, wage rises edge ahead of inflation
The UK inflation rate fell for the sixth month in succession in March with the Consumer Prices Index (CPI) now at its lowest since October ...
15 April 2014
 
Italy lowers its growth forecast but promises reform
Italy’s new Prime Minister, Matteo Renzi has lowered the growth forecast for his country from 1.1 to 0.8 per cent but remains convinced that the ...
 
Ukraine on the brink
The situation in Ukraine has escalated dramatically in recent days, with armed unrest sweeping across the eastern Donetsk region. ...
15 April 2014
 
Swiss reach for the skies
Once, mountains and cable cars dominated the view in Switzerland, but more recently, the skylines of its cities have become taller and denser, and ...
 
Total announces $16 billion ultra-deep offshore oil project in Angola
French oil giant Total has announced the launch of its ultra-deep offshore Kaombo project in Angola. ...
15 April 2014
 
France’s new Prime Minister slashes taxes and spending
Manuel Valls, the new French Prime Minister has pledged to cut both taxes and public spending in a drive to improve the French economy. ...
 
Silicon Valley's Egnyte sets up in London
Silicon Valley file-sharing firm Egnyte is setting up its European headquarters in ...
15 April 2014
 
Catalonia defies Madrid with independence drive
The Spanish Parliament has voted overwhelmingly to prevent the region of Catalonia from holding an independence referendum – but Catalonian ...
 
Symposium Events 2014 Expatriate Management and Global Mobility conference
After a sellout conference last year, with over 100 attendees, HR consultants, Symposium announce the launch of Symposium Events 2014 Expatriate ...
14 April 2014
 
Profile: Berlin's tech centre
Berlin is a tech media darling at the moment, attracting many a headline speculating that it's an upcoming contender as 'the next Silicon Valley' ...
 
Clegg sets out plan for trio of garden cities
The coalition government wants up to three new garden cities to be built in the coming years to tackle Britain's worsening housing ...
14 April 2014
 
Global commercial property transactions up by 23 per cent
Hong Kong based property consultants JLL (formerly Jones Lang Lasalle) confirms that the volume of global commercial real estate transactions ...
 
Manchester gets new media tech hub
Property developer Allied London has announced plans to transform Manchester's former Granada Studios building into a media tech hub named Hello ...
14 April 2014
 
City fathers and mothers want shared opportunities
The idea of a more equal work-life balance is largely accepted by most employers, but according to a recent report, many fathers working in the ...
 
Russia threatens to turn off the gas to Ukraine
Russia's President, Vladimir Putin has warned that gas supplies to Europe to could be affected if Russia cuts the gas supply to Ukraine as a ...
11 April 2014
 
Dubai to be ‘Smart City’
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the ruler of Dubai has ambitions to make Dubai a ‘Smart City’ – the most wirelessly connected city in ...
 
Cambridge research network pioneer inducted to Internet Hall of Fame
Dai Davies, co-founder of Cambridge-based DANTE, has been recognised for his contribution to the development of the Internet. Davies was ...
11 April 2014
 
Pets not popular in Thailand
Demand for houses for expatriate families remains strong in Thailand. Leo Alexandersen, Thailand specialist at relocation network, Reloc8 offers ...
 
Strike at Israel's Ministry of Foreign Affairs ends
The strike over pay and conditions at Israel's Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) has ended and its diplomats and administrative staff have ...
11 April 2014
 
Apartments still in demand in Taiwan
Demand for expatriate housing still remains strong in the capital, despite an economic slow down. Mich Chu, Taiwan specialist at relocation ...
 
Government fund to boost reshoring drive
The government has set up a £100 million fund aimed at encouraging manufacturers to reshore supply ...
11 April 2014
 
Singapore housing market softens despite limited supply
The housing market in Singapore seems to have softened, perhaps surprisingly, given the scarcity of available space. Lee Wong, Singapore ...
 
Some survivors, but Ebola remains a deadly threat in West Africa
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has scaled up its efforts to control the outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus in West Africa. ...
11 April 2014
 
Fierce competition for property in New Zealand
Competition for expatriate property in New Zealand is fierce. Here, June Ranson, New Zealand specialist at relocation network, Reloc8 offers her ...
 
Ukraine offers amnesty to pro-Russian rebels
Olexander Turchynov, Ukraine's acting President has said that Ukraine will not prosecute the pro-Russian armed activists occupying official ...
10 April 2014
 
Malaysia’s government tries to dampen property speculation
Property speculation is still soaring in Malaysia and the government is taking steps to counteract it. Here, Triona Chelliah, Malaysia specialist ...
 
Expats looking to UK for buy-to-let properties
The buoyant buy-to-let market in the UK is prompting international buyers – including growing numbers of British expatriates – to invest in ...
10 April 2014
 
Demand for housing in Japan remains high
Demand for expatriate property in Japan continues to be high. Here, Ken Arbour, Japan specialist at relocation network, Reloc8 gives his analysis ...
 
Trade gap narrows but exports fall
A fall in imports led to the UK's trade deficit with the rest of the world narrowing by more than expected in February, official figures showed on ...
9 April 2014
 
India's rental market
The property market in India may be affected by the elections later this year. Here, India specialist Anjana Ganpathy, at relocation network, ...
 
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Coming Soon: Re:locate magazine Winter 2013

Highlights include a focus on Turkey as it battles to become a serious contender for EU membership, expert analysis of what continuing changes in England’s state education system mean for relocating families, and a round-up of the latest pay and benefits data from benefits and HR conferences.

Through our wide range of topical features, we’ll help you to keep on top of today’s relocation challenges and address the issues that are high on the agendas of your CEO and management team.

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