Sable International joins Expatland’s London E-Team

Sable International, a finance and immigration expert based in the UK, Australia and South Africa, has joined Expatland’s London E-Team. The Expatland Global Network is assembling ‘E-Teams’ in major expat destinations, bringing together vetted professionals who offer essential services to expats.

Through one point of contact, would-be expats can access expert advice and local insight on all aspects of moving to, and set up life in, that specific location.

John Marcarian, founder of the Expatland Global Network, says,

“We’re very excited to welcome Sable International to the London E-Team. Their foreign exchange capabilities will be hugely valuable to expats moving to London, and they have a track record of success with both businesses and private clients.”  For 25 years, Sable International has been advising clients on many aspects of their expat journey.

Craig Lesser, Business Development Consultant, Sable International, comments: “The concept of E-Teams makes complete sense to us and we are eager to get involved. We couldn’t miss this opportunity to be part of a power team of like-minded organisations, with complementary expat services, who can help each other to expand business leads.”

‘Expatland’ origins

Expatland began as a best-selling book by John Marcarian, written in 2015.  Advice within the book is based of John’s experience of travelling extensively between international offices of his business CST Tax Advisors, enjoying multiple expat experiences, and working with vast numbers of expat clients.

With a deep understanding of both the challenges and rewards of expat life, John wrote the book as an ‘expat survival guide’, packed with advice, statistics and a step-by-step plan for smooth expat integration.

E-Teams around the globe

Expanding on ideas in his book, John launched the Expatland Global Network in 2018, with the aim of supporting people all over the world who are embarking on an expat journey, joining a vast, dynamic community.

In addition to offering one-to-one advice, members of each E-Team also lend their specialist knowledge to writing chapters of a city-specific editions of the Expatland book, which are free-to-download and packed with locally-focused advice, tips and case studies.

Expatland is quickly spreading across the world with E-Teams in Sydney, Melbourne, LA, Auckland and Singapore in addition to London, with more cities to follow.

Businesses interested in joining an E-Team in a city near them should get in touch with Expatland: http://www.expatland.com/contact/