Chinese expat Xian Wang discusses the positives and negatives of the Dutch business environment for starting a company in the Netherlands.
British expat Stephen Myers enjoys the quality of life in Belgium, but is frustrated by the bureaucracy.
Laura Murat started her own housing and relocation business specific to Southern Burgundy, and talks about hurdles and gives advice to budding entrepreneurs.
Turkish-Canadian expat Aliye Kurt likes living in Germany much more than she had imagined but notices "stereotypes that limit the education and career chances of cultural minorities."
Nina runs Your Personal Manager, a planning, management and organization company.
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Relocation specialist Charlotte Buskens discovers that decisions on how best to market her business in the Netherlands can be tough. "Go for it. Take a risk and be someone that walks the talk, not talks the walk," she says.
Dusan Zalig talks about what he loves most about Brussels, like chocolate and beer, and some things he could do without, such as the political climate.