Monday, August 2, 2010

Expat Women August 2010 Home Page

Hi Everyone, Please take a look at, share and tweet about our new August 2010 Expat Women home page, which features the following:

Success Story
Toni Brendish
Managing Director, Danone Dumex (Malaysia)
Toni Brendish is the Managing Director of Danone Dumex Sdn Bhd in Malaysia, part of Danone: a Fortune 500 company which is one of the most successful healthy food companies in the world. Toni is responsible for the Malaysian and Brunei businesses and oversees more than 450 people...

Business Idea
Little Broadway
Tiffany Jansen
Trained in musical theater and dance, Tiffany Jansen started Little Broadway, a musical theater program for international school students in the Netherlands. Its mission, 'bringing a little bit of Broadway to the Netherlands', is fulfilled through a series of fun and interactive workshops...

Home Exchanging
Tips For A Successful Home Exchange
Zoe Hine
As the tough times look like they will get tougher, people are finding new ways to dodge the credit crunch. One money-saving technique that has seen an incredible surge in numbers is the concept of home exchange (or home swapping), which enables people to experience a city more like a local...

Boosting Your Brand
10 Ways to Boost Your (Relocation) Brand Online
Andrea Martins
Relocated families love the Internet. It feeds their need for information about new destinations and keeps them “connected” with friends and family when their companies transfer them thousands of miles from home. Logic follows then that if your relocation-related business is trying to tap into the valuable online relocation market, you need to be online media savvy...

Expat Confession
He Wants To Go
Expat Women Girlfriend
My boyfriend and I both moved to Belgium for work just over a year ago. I am really enjoying my job and I love living here but my boyfriend does not and he wants to go back home. I am now in a dilemma about what I should do. I love him and cannot imagine being here without him, but...

Learning Disabilities
The Evolution Of Learning Disabilities: Information & Tips For Global Parents
Kristina L. Dooley
According to a Roper Starch Poll, 44 percent of parents who noticed some indication of learning difficulty in their children waited a year or more before openly acknowledging that the problem may be serious. Educational Consultant Kristina L. Dooley shares information and tips for global parents...

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Thank you very much and have a sensational August! Andrea

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