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Cartus EMEA Shortlisted for Two Awards

We’re delighted to announce that the Cartus EMEA internship programme has been shortlisted at the 2014 Re:locate Magazine Awards in the Best Growing Talent Initiative category. As if one nomination wasn’t enough, we also received a second in the Technological Innovation in Relocation for our integrated relocation system.
EMEA Internship Programme
Launched in 2012 in partnership with the University of the West of England, the EMEA internship programme provides internships in Swindon, London and Geneva. The programme offers young people the opportunity to make a genuine contribution to our clients and the international assignees we move. We’re delighted that the programme has [...] Read More

Relocating to Nigeria: On the Ground with Cartus

Most people have never been to the African nation of Nigeria and, therefore, have no idea what to expect when the possibility of living there comes up. Luckily, our most recent video in our “On the Ground” series is now available to view. It explores Nigeria, including the country’s business capital, Lagos, and other major cities: Abuja (capital), Agbara, and Ibadan. Produced with our global destination services provider Elliott Corporate Relocations, the video includes policy and programme best practices, as well as handy tips for day-to-day living.
Be Safe
Safety and security are the biggest concerns voiced by assignees moving to Nigeria. [...] Read More

Relocating to Kenya | On the Ground with Cartus

Jambo! Welcome to Kenya—a country that is fast becoming a key economic hub in east Africa. The most recent video in our On the Ground series, produced in conjunction with our global destination services provider Elliott Corporate Relocations, offers valuable information for companies and their international assignees relocating to Kenya’s capital Nairobi.
Tips and advice covered in the video include:

Cartus Global eLearning: Is Fluency Enough? Working Toward Effective Communication

An eLearning next Tuesday, May 25, will be broadcast in all three Cartus regions (Primacy clients and prospects will also be attending) and will address issues of fluency and effective business communication. Alyssa Bantle, Training Consultant, Cartus, and I will discuss how fluency in English has become a generally accepted standard for doing business in many parts of the world, with more assignees than ever being fluent in the language. But is “fluency” enough?  Will technical mastery alone enable assignees to adjust their English and communication skills so that they may do business in a new country and a new [...] Read More