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Cross cultural awareness

Friday, 07 March 2014 06:46 Published in Relocation

For a successful international assignment, cultural preparation is crucial. It reduces culture shock and prevents the premature return of expatriates. A critical element to success on the global stage is cultural competence, and this is where cross cultural training comes in.

Legal documents

Thursday, 20 February 2014 11:18 Published in Relocation

Obtaining official documents through local authorities in many cases means complicated administrative procedures in an environment where information provision about these procedures is minimal, and where you require a good network and a lot of patience to succeed.

Many people who are planning to move to Nairobi know Kenya as a great tourist destination. However, Kenya is more than that. With a population of around 3 million people, Nairobi is among the largest cities in Africa and one of the most important cities in Africa financially and economically.

Internet in Nairobi: Value for money

Wednesday, 14 November 2012 08:48 Published in Expat to Expat Blog

Getting an internet connection in Nairobi is not a problem. But getting the right provider, at the right time and the right place is no peanuts. Since we often get questions about it, we thought it would be useful to develop a short survey about internet experiences in Nairobi. Here are the results:

Providers in a nutshell
We've received feedback through our questionnaire (thanks!) about 6 internet service providers: Access Kenya, Africa Online, Faiba, Orange, Safaricom and Zuku.

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