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Empowering Expats

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Anyone wishing to enter the world of becoming an international employee has, under normal circumstances, given the topic much thought. On the one hand, they have a substantial offer of employment in a new country with hard facts. The company may or may offer a substantial relocation package too.

Many further topics are relevant. Are they moving on their own? Are they accompanied by a partner or spouse. Are they parents of school age. These are just some of numerous aspects concerning the new city of residency.

Highly educated individuals suddenly become aware of a sense of ignorance. Well studied and trained professionals know little about systems in place and the ways of everyday life in the new culture. They frequently lack information. This often continues long after arrival.

When insights and facts become relevant, the way to empowerment is through knowledge. 

Amazing Capitals location guides present a powerful portfolio of articles and posts designed and written specifically to inform, support and empower expats in their new location. All aspects concerning The Location and Things To Do are covered on the online resources as are the multifaceted themes of Expat Life. Clean, clear presentations guide give answers, guide to other sources or recommend other solutions.

By Vincent Green, Sep 27 2021


Expat location guides in each city post the mayor's welcome to expats. Effects are threefold. International residents are acknowledged for their decision to relocate. It sends a motivational message to municipal employees to serve them well. A cosmopolitan signal is also spread among companies and locals. As in the friendly city of Neuss, Germany.

Great Caffeine Fixes

One of the first desires following an arrival is to discover where to go for that all important latte, short black or flat white. Personal and favourite cafes are presented on each eGuide. As are great initial options for bistros, sushi bars and restaurants as well as vegetarian and vegan. Until expats discover their own special choices in their new location.