EuRA in Dubai

The second annual EuRA Global Conference took place in November in Dubai. Following on from our first Global event in Cape Town, we took the same successful formula and invited speakers with terrific experience in their fields to look at the challenges and opportunities of working in the Middle East.  The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries made up the nationalities of the majority of our delegates and we were delighted to welcome many first time guests to a EuRA event.  

Air Animal Pet Movers

Andrea Woolf Parker, Executive Vice President of Air Animal Inc., Elected to the board of the Tennessee Relocation Council

(Tampa, FL—Jan. 3, 2018) – Andrea Woolf Parker, executive vice president of Air Animal Inc., has been elected to the board of the Tennessee Relocation Council where she will oversee sponsorships. Andi works closely with Air Animal’s corporate relocation clients, and is a graduate of the University of Florida. She is a past president of the Southeastern Regional Relocation Council. Air Animal serves pet parents moving across the U.S. or around the world and provides U.S. Customs clearance for pets entering the U.S. through any major gateway.

IOR Global Services - Corey Novotný, New Marketing Associate

IOR Global Services - Corey Novotný, New Marketing Associate


COREY NOVOTNÝ, Marketing Associate, is responsible for managing IOR’s marketing activities and works closely with Senior Management to implement the company’s strategy, enhance brand awareness and promote the growth of IOR’s services. Corey collaborates with IOR’s sales team and business unit leaders for Destination Services, Language Training, and Global Talent Development.

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IOR Global Services - Top 10 Questions when Moving to the U.S.

Top 10 Questions When Moving to the U.S.

I was speaking to a very excited assignee earlier this week named “Carlos.” Carlos was moving to the US from Spain next month for his very first assignment and he told me he already had his “checklist” in place. On his first day in the US, he planned to open a bank account, sign a lease, get his social security number and secure his Driver’s License! He was starting his new job the very next day after his arrival, and he wanted to be ready. While I loved his enthusiasm, we had to set proper expectations.