THE SIMPLY LONDON MOBILITY BLOG

News and ideas about Corporate Relocations to London

Tune into the new Simply London YouTube channel

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Accessing and consuming vital information throughout the relocation process can be a laborious task. And with so much to arrange before, during and after the move, time becomes a finite commodity that must be used wisely. To help manage these constraints, Simply London has launched its very own YouTube channel.

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The Top 5 global mobility trends for 2019: #5 Growth of permanent transfers

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We’ve carefully considered the modern assignee’s requirements, swotted up new legislation and examined some interesting stats to bring you our top five global mobility trends for 2019. 

This week we are looking at 2019 Mobility Trend #5: Permanent transfers will keep growing

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The Top 5 global mobility trends for 2019: #4 Flexibility

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We’ve carefully considered the modern assignee’s requirements, swotted up new legislation and examined some interesting stats to bring you our top five global mobility trends for 2019. 

This week we are looking at 2019 Mobility Trend #4, flexibility.

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The Top 5 global mobility trends for 2019: #3 Data protection

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We’ve carefully considered the modern assignee’s requirements, swotted up new legislation and examined some interesting stats to bring you our top five global mobility trends for 2019. 

This week we are looking at 2019 Mobility Trend #3, data protection.

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The Top 5 global mobility trends for 2019: #2 Technology to supplement, simplify and enhance

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We’ve carefully considered the modern assignee’s requirements, swotted up new legislation and examined some interesting stats to bring you our top five global mobility trends for 2019. 

This week we are looking at 2019 Trend #2: Technology to supplement, simplify and enhance.

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The Top 5 global mobility trends for 2019: #1 The Rise of the assignee experience

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We’ve carefully considered the modern assignee’s requirements, swotted up new legislation and examined some interesting stats to bring you our top five global mobility trends for 2019. 

This week we are looking at 2019 Mobility Trend #1, the rise of the assignee experience.

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Simply London shortlisted in the "Excellence in Employee and Family Support" category for the 2019 Relocate Awards

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We are thrilled to announce that Simply London has been nominated in the “Excellence in Employee and Family Support” category for the Relocate Awards, the prestigious annual awards of the relocation & mobility industry.

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How much time can really be saved by using relocation services as opposed to self-organised relocations?

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Using relocation services can often be perceived by businesses as being an unnecessary, avoidable cost.  Looking at the additional cost of moving an assignee’s personal belongings from one country to the next, many businesses are keen to save on the “soft” side of an employee’s relocation. But is this the right strategy?

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Simply London launches Virtual Tour of London neighbourhoods

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We are thrilled to announce that Simply London has launched its virtual tour of the 15 most popular neighbourhoods in London, for expatriates looking to relocate to London. Composed of 15 videos, this unique tour was created by Simply London’s film crew, who travelled across London to shoot the areas at street-level, giving it a realistic perspective for viewers.

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Is the importance of settling-in support underestimated by businesses when relocating employees?

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Is one aspect of a relocation – accommodation, schools or settling in – more important than others? There’s no doubting that finding somewhere to live and selecting a school for the kids will be top of their to-do list. However, a relocation isn’t just an opportunity for a business to achieve its objectives; it’s a chance for the assignee to gain life experience. If they – and their family – struggle to adjust to life overseas, the success of the whole relocation could be jeopardised – bad news for the employer!

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