Services

Service 1

Expatriate Placement & Hospital Design
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The global marketplace for qualified professional expatriates is growing, and multinational companies are constantly looking for the right professionals who will help them to achieve their goals.

We provide expert insight and assistance to both employers and those wishing to join their ranks.

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Services 2

Executive Recruitment
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When an organization needs to acquire the talents of top executives, they turn to us for a discreet and professional approach. Our services encompass:

  • Analyzing needs
  • Sourcing candidates
  • Negotiating packages

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Services 3

Hospital design and development
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As a socially responsive company, Expat International commits itself to better health care facilities in remote locations. For this reason, our founder applies medical expertise to the design, development and management of cost-effective, prefabricated hospitals.

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News update

Silicon Valley Expats Head for Africa

Californians head to Africa
expat East Africa’s growing opportunities in the technology sector have proved too good to ignore for some entrepreneurs from western countries. While many people in Africa viewed the USA as the land of opportunity, young entrepreneurs from western countries are abandoning Silicon Valley to participate in east Africa’s technology sector. Read more [...]

Ghana launch local community site

Ghana's Expatriate Community Now Online
tree Ghana recently launched its local community site, aimed at keeping the country’s growing expatriate community in touch. The site was developed by Claude Charronneau, a veteran with over 20 years of experience working in several regions around the world. Read more [...]

Global Relocation Trends Survey

China, India Most Challenging for Expatriates
news02 Global Relocation Trends Survey ranks China and India as the first and second most challenging locations for expatriates respectively. The study cites problems like difficulty in finding suitable housing, schooling, health care, and immigration as the main concerns. Read more [...]