Helmut Berg

EuRA Index & Global Index Analysis

“The purpose of the EuRA Index is to collate information on industry trends from those working in relocation on a monthly basis. We want to have results by country and for all participating countries and regions. This will not only allow us to develop individual country statistics but also to compare countries and regions. In addition it will give EuRA the opportunity to discuss why there are differences between countries and regions.”

Helmut Berg - EuRA Analyst


Andrew Scott

Welcome from the New President

Andrew Scott - Dwellworks


As we head towards the halfway year mark, I’d like to take a moment to reflect on EuRA’s recent International Relocation Congress, as well as have a look at what lies ahead for the remainder of 2017.

While in Warsaw, it was great to hear some of the exciting opportunities many of our members were focusing on and there was definitely a strong, positive vibe about the rest of the year to come, even with many of the uncertainties we face in our countries and regions.


CERC & EuRA Research 2017


EuRA has collaborated with The Canadian Employee Relocation Council (CERC) on the Employee Mobility Survey 2017 in which employees across 20 countries assess employee mobility for a total global perspective - Dominic Tidey outlines the results

At our Warsaw Conference, Steve Cryne, President and CEO of the CERC outlined the results of this huge research project as part of the Leaders Summit session.  The full session is on our YouTube channel and makes for fascinating viewing.

Anita Meyer

Goodbye from the Outgoing President

Anita Meyer - The Map Group


When the EuRA board pointed at me a couple of years ago to follow in the footsteps of Patrick Oman – and many other fabulous relocation personalities before him - to take over the presidency of the European Relocation Association, I said thanks but no thanks. It seemed like the kind of responsibility I was not prepared for. I like playing the second violin, not the first.

At the end of the 2 year term, I agree with Winnie-the-Pooh:  “Goodbye? Oh no, please, can’t we go back to page one and do it all over again?”