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Posted by Mike Brannan |
The Top 10 Destinations for Global Relocation

Cartus’ Top 10 International Relocation Destinations count among them some names that have seen thousands of global assignments over the past decade:  the United States, the United Kingdom, Switzerland, China. With growing familiarity, it’s easy to assume that the world really is becoming smaller and cultural differences are becoming less visible—but that can lead to some surprising gaffes, as our interactive worldwide map shows.
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Uncover Relocation’s Biggest Challenges: Worldwide ERC Webinar

Posted by Ken Kopec |
Uncover Relocation’s Biggest Challenges: Worldwide ERC Webinar

Cartus has just concluded its fourth annual Biggest Challenges Survey—a major piece in our ongoing research program that represents the input of 164 international mobility managers around the world. Now more than ever, it is critical for multinational companies to stay informed on the ever-changing mobility landscape.
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Relocating to Singapore: Seven Tips on Schooling

Posted by Ronnie Ng |
Relocating to Singapore: Seven Tips on Schooling

With education such a critical issue for families relocating with children, parents face a range of key decisions to ensure their school choice is the right one. The Cartus Singapore Schools Overview offers insights into making the best choices when relocating to the city state of Singapore.

Boasting a level of education recognised worldwide, Singapore offers a wide variety of schooling options. There are more than 38 international schools (including those that offer the International Baccalaureate [IB] program), country-specific schools and high-attaining local schools that specialise in the sciences, arts, and humanities.
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Changes in Brazil: What Can Expats Expect?

Posted by Pawel Wojnowski |
Changes in Brazil: What Can Expats Expect?

With the World Cup behind it and the 2016 Olympics ahead, Brazil is undergoing yet one more major event: one of the most tightly contested presidential elections in decades. The election is partly a choice for the future path for the country, and partly a referendum on how the current government has handled the World Cup and the requisite infrastructure investments.

The Brazilian government reports that in all, R$17.6 billion Brazilian Reais (about $8 billion USD) were spent on infrastructure, with about half of that amount spent on urban mobility and the rest divided among improvements to airports, security, ports, and telecommunication systems. Our updated Cartus Market Watch:Brazil provides insights on how areas of key importance to assignees and companies in Brazil have been impacted both by the past major sporting events and the upcoming Olympics.
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How Can You Manage Risk for Your Mobility Program?

Posted by Don Briggs |
How Can You Manage Risk for Your Mobility Program?

When you’re moving employees around the world, the stakes are high, and so are the challenges. The Cartus Supply Chain team works with those challenges firsthand and on a day-to-day basis: how to evaluate – and secure – the right housing; how to address issues such as security, schooling, and transportation. These issues can quickly turn into cost, compliance, and risk for companies, especially for moves into unfamiliar locations or those with particularly daunting challenges or complex regulatory requirements.
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