The Expatland Global Network is expanding into Africa in 2019 with the launch of an E-Team in Nairobi, Kenya.
John Marcarian, founder of Expatland will be holding an invite only business lunch in Nairobi on January 16th to discuss setting up an Expatland Team, or E-Team, in the city with expat service providers.
The Expatland Global Network is made up of E-Teams operating at a city level, they have essential local knowledge and insight. They cut through complexity and drill down to the issues that are relevant to specific locations.
John Marcarian, founder of the Expatland Global Network, says, “Expatland launched less than a year ago, but we already have E-Teams across the world in Europe, North America, Oceania and Asia. Africa is our next target and we believe Kenya is a hotspot for expat movement and the perfect location for our first E-Team location on the African continent. I look forward to meeting expat service providers in Nairobi and introducing the Expatland Global Network.”
Does your business provide services to expats moving to Kenya from another country?
Come to the Expatland Global Network business seminar on Wednesday, January 16th in Nairobi to learn about our growing network and how we can help to drive leads for your business.
Contact Daphine Basima at Expatland email@example.com with details of your business to be added to the Nairobi E-Team event invitation list.
Expatland began as a book, written in 2015 by John Marcarian, as a result of John’s personal expat journey. Its focus was to help expats plan their move overseas.
E-Teams around the globe
The Expatland book was just the start. To solve the problem of lack of support for would-be expats, John has launched the Expatland Global Network in 2018.
The Network is expanding rapidly. There are now E-Teams in Sydney, Melbourne, Auckland, Prague, Budapest, Hong Kong, London and Singapore. With best-in-practice members recognising the importance of this service, many more will follow.
Businesses interested in joining an E-Team in their city can get in touch with Expatland: http://www.expatland.com/contact/