To wrap up our focus on international businesswomen, one talented expat making her own way in France talks about the challenges that make her work ambitious but satisfying.
Dutch expat Didier Chabi advises companies to cooperate with related business. And his business promotes an international unity: through laughter.
South African expat Alex finds some aspects of living in the Netherlands challenging, but enjoys the career opportunities the country has provided him.
Chalks has three wishes living in Belgium: no more dog mess on the streets, more creativity in schools, and a united Belgium
Expat entrepreneur Martin Parker talks about the beauty and companionship of doing business in the Pyrenees, as well as the frustrations when dealing with the slow-paced lifestyle.
Finding products and hairdressers in Germany to care for African American hair isn’t easy, as Annabelle Baptista-Baumann finds out.
Life coach, Sarah Fraser, talks about the business of helping people to reach their goals to discover contentment and personal happiness.
Music teacher Sarah Knauf laments the lack of customer service in Belgium but revels in its cultural offerings.
British expat Howard Hulley lists the many reasons why a life in France shines bright compare to what his homeland has to offer; food and shopping is just scratching the surface of a deeper pleasure.
Hamburg has a creative spirit and is extremely enterprising in certain directions, which really does make you feel that it is the ‘Gateway to the World’, says British expat James Powell.