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Top 10 biggest misconceptions about France

False facts: Top 10 misconceptions about France

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The French government has had enough – it puts an end to common French falsehoods by proving that top French stereotypes have no basis in reality.

French business culture

Quick tips to French business etiquette you should know

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Never underestimate the value of French business culture – you could be making a fool of yourself without even knowing it.

How to fund a travel lifestyle

Geeky Explorer: How to fund a travel lifestyle – without excuses

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If you keep finding excuses for not travelling more, here are 24 bloggers who share some inspiration on how they create a travel lifestyle.

The Brainy Expat: Working abroad from home – Is it for you?

The Brainy Expat: Working abroad from home – is it for you?

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The idea of working from home can be both exciting and frightening, depending on your assessment of the pros and cons. Here are 10 top jobs to work from home.

Unfold Conflicts: A cultural conflict at work

Unfold Conflicts: Dealing with cultural conflicts at work

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Louise Dancet discusses how cultural differences can easily lead to conflicts at work, and how expats can avoid cultural clashes in a multicultural work environment.

Enjoy Living Abroad: Home is where the laptop is

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Dare to pack it all up and move abroad? Lindsay and Ross share insight into how to manage an international nomadic lifestyle while maintaining a professional working life.

Career planning tips for expat stay-at-home mums

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Many mums decide to re-establish a career while living abroad. Careful planning is the key to a smooth transition from stay-at-home mom to working woman.

Working in France: Making a dream come true

Working in France: Making a dream come true

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This British writer and entrepreneur Teresa Dolan is a living example of what that means. Here are her top tips for launching your own tourist-sector business in France.

Young, single, new job, new country?

Young, single, new job, new country?

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Transferees on their first assignments abroad— especially young, single expats—often are unaware of some of the challenges they will face. Michele Bar-Pereg writes.

Expat Entrepreneur: Laura Murat on Southern Burgundy

Expat Entrepreneur: Laura Murat on Southern Burgundy

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Laura Murat started her own housing and relocation business specific to Southern Burgundy, and talks about hurdles and gives advice to budding entrepreneurs.

Working abroad

Expat Business: Writer, filmmaker and photographer Elena Rossini

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With 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.

Expat Entrepreneur: Martin Parker

Expat Entrepreneur: Martin Parker

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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.

Expat Writer in Burgundy: Janice Barnett

Expat Writer in Burgundy: Janice Barnett

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Janice Barnett has quickly learned that while people have a right to comment, she too has a right to choose whether to accept them or not.

Expat Entrepreneur in Paris: Alexis Niki

Expat Entrepreneur in Paris: Alexis Niki

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Certified Alexander Technique teacher Alexis Niki enjoys helping people who feel “disconnected” either physically or emotionally. Her only complaint? Too many holidays in France.

Expat Entrepreneur in Côtes d’Armor: Jasen Saunders

Expat Entrepreneur in Côtes d’Armor: Jasen Saunders

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British expat Jasen Saunders' carpet fitting services have been well-received by many French people who prefer the English way of fitting carpets using gripper and underlay compared with their ‘stick down all over’ method.



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