How to deal with business travel rage

By Sue Bryant
25th June 2017

The reality of business travel If you encounter business travel on a regular basis you will testify that globetrotting for work is no holiday. Things often go wrong. When there is a real fiasco, like a cancelled flight, the default behavior of most travelers is to shout and rage. But the best way to get what […]…

Top 10 tips on getting ready for life as an expat

By Sue Bryant
3rd June 2017

Life as an expat: Are you prepared? Preparing to start a new life abroad is both exciting and stressful. Wading through the admin of renting out your house, sorting medical issues, finding schools for children, redirecting mail and so on is one thing, but preparing emotionally is something completely different. Here are our top 10 […]…

4 things every digital nomad needs to know

By Terence Brake
6th April 2017

Imaginative entrepreneurs have made businesses out of digital nomadism. Digital nomads consist of millennials and aging baby boomers who work flexibility….

Chinese New Year: Year of the Rooster

By Sue Bryant
26th January 2017

As Chinese New Year approaches we question what the Year of the Rooster has in store for business. Find out how your sector will be affected. …

10 effective tips to deal with culture shock

By Sue Bryant
12th December 2016

Culture shock is more than a jolt to the senses; disorientation and sometimes, depression can set in especially when you are away for a long time …

Drinking etiquette around the world

By Sue Bryant
10th November 2016

Getting into the spirit Raising a glass to toast a new business deal may seem like a simple celebration. Needless to say, it’s more complex than that……