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24
January
2013

Team Relocations at People's Business in Rotterdam

Just like last year, on the 16th and 17th of January, 2013, Team participated at the People’s Business event at the World Trade Center building in Rotterdam. Percy Kropff and Jeroen Doting had the honours of representing Team during the two days. Team shared an exhibition stand with five other Rotterdam Top Sport partners and received a lot of positive feedback at our stand.

Categories: Team Talk

23
January
2013

Team Relocations on Web TV

Philippe Mirault, from Team Relocations in France, had the pleasure of recording another session with web TV show, Mondissimo. This time, Philippe contributed to the discussion of life and cost of living for expats in Glasgow.

Categories: Team Talk

16
January
2013

Team Relocates the Vikings!

On January 4 & 7, Team Relocations and Projekt Verhuizers in the Netherlands delivered ten 20ft containers to the UK! The containers contained exhibits of "The Vikings", an exhibition by Museums Partner.

Categories: Team Talk

20
December
2012

Team Relocations and Shell Agree Contract

Team Relocations and Shell Agree Contract
L to R Cees Zeevenhooven, Yogesh Mehta

Team Relocations and Shell agreed to a contract for global delivery of relocation and moving services on Wednesday 28th, November 2012. 

Yogesh Mehta, CEO and Co-Founder of Team Relocations greeted the historic opportunity commenting, “Following the contract signing, we are now at the beginning of a truly exciting and challenging project which I, on behalf of all at Team, welcome enthusiastically”.

Categories: Press Releases

02
October
2012

Team in CSR Award Contest

Currently, our Team office in Rotterdam is participating in a CSR Award contest in the Netherlands. This is being organised by ‘Yes We Care!’ who recognises certain organisations’ commitment to corporate social responsibility.

Visit our Facebook page for more information on the contest and how to vote for Team!

Categories: Team Talk

12
July
2012

Luanda - one of the most expensive cities for expat employees

When you think of some of the world's most expensive cities, the dusty Angolan capital of Luanda seems an unlikely contender.

Potholed, chaotic and still scarred by decades of civil war, Luanda has little of the glitz and glamour of Tokyo (currently the world's most expensive city for expats), New York or Moscow, and an estimated half of Angolans live on less than $2 a day. But, according to a recent BBC report, despite the obvious poverty and sprawling slums, Luanda still manages to boast some eye-wateringly high prices.

Categories: General News

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