2 Apr

Participate to the Expat survey and win great prizes

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The expat survey is the world’s largest independent annual research study of those living outside their country of origin! This is a comprehensive programme that covers every facet of expat life – health to politics, online spending habits to the media engagement which enables expats to stay in contact with ‘home’; and the news content they track around the world.

The Expat Survey conducts in-depth research that aims to paint a more accurate and textured picture of a constantly changing landscape and they are calling for your participation!

How to quickly help with the survey

Expat Survey Banner3.2% of the world’s population (232 million people living outside of their nation of origin) can be considered expatriates, but how much do we really know about this quarter billion? Immigrant or expat, tax exile or asylum seeker, estimations vary wildly and the knowledge of a population of almost a quarter of a billion has proven shallow. That’s why The Expat Survey needs YOU to help the research, by completing their 3-part research programme.

Click HERE to complete all 3 parts of the research programme.

It welcomes participation from any nationality in any country.

Win great prizes!

To thank you for taking part of the survey, you will get the chance of winning a £2000 cash prize, multiple amazon vouchers, sim cards values…etc.

‘We have received more than 14,000 responses so far, but need this number to climb by getting as many expatriates as possible to engage in this year’s project. We welcome any nationality from any country and your involvement can make a valuable contribution to others in real terms so we urge you to get involved’.

Vote for EasyExpat.com as BEST expat website!

At the end of the Migration & Lifestyle questionnaire voting is open for the BEST Website (question 71). Don’t forget to put EasyExpat.com as your BEST expat website:

71. BEST Expat Website, my nomination is….

EasyExpat.com

If you live away from your homeland, your opinions can make a valuable contribution to the lives of other expatriates around the world, so please join in today to have your say (and vote for EasyExpat.com… and win prizes!)!

Rest assured your information remains confidential. The Expat survey will only analyse the findings to help companies better engage with their audience.

>>> Click HERE to complete the research programme and VOTE!

25 Mar

The Expat Survey 2015 is Live! Get involved today for your chance to win £2000 cash prize, along with Amazon and Lebara vouchers

3.2% of the world’s population can be considered expatriates, but how much do we really know about this quarter billion? Aiding in our research, by completing our 3-part research programme, can get this significant population better understood.

There are 232 million people living outside of their nation of origin but what do we actually know about them? Immigrant or expat, tax exile or asylum seeker, estimations vary wildly and the knowledge of a population of almost a quarter of a billion has proven shallow. The Expat Survey conducts in-depth research that aims to paint a more accurate and textured picture of a constantly changing landscape and we are calling for your participation!

There is no other independent study that attempts to understand the lifestyles of those who live overseas like The Expat Survey. Emma Wood, project director, explains its ethos:
‘We are dedicated to the interconnectedness of business, client and customer; expat voices are unique but not always the loudest, our research can improve this conversation.’

The Expat Survey is a comprehensive programme that covers every facet of expat life – health to politics, online spending habits to the media engagement which enables expats to stay in contact with ‘home'; and the news content they track around the world.

‘Here, we are concerned with the quality of expatriate life, not just quantifying its facts and figures. The data we collect is never passed on to third parties or government agencies. We are sponsored by a cross-section of business dedicated to expats, from Lebara to International Family Law Group; that don’t have direct access to The Expat Survey’s raw intelligence, but are able to significantly enhance their understanding of the expatriate customers that they serve by consulting with our insights team’ says Wood.

In completing The Expat Survey you have the chance of winning a £2000 cash prize! You also have the chance of improving the businesses that are providing services to you, shaping the expatriate experience by speaking collectively!

‘We have received more than 14,000 responses so far, but need this number to climb by getting as many expatriates as possible to engage in this year’s project. We welcome any nationality from any country and your involvement can make a valuable contribution to others in real terms so we urge you to get involved’.

21 Mar

Take part in The Expat Survey and have a chance to win £2000 cash and vouchers

3.2% of the world’s population can be considered expatriates, but how much do we really know about this quarter billion? Aiding in our research, by completing our 3-part research programme, can get this significant population better understood.

There are 232 million people living outside of their nation of origin but what do we actually know about them? Immigrant or expat, tax exile or asylum seeker, estimations vary wildly and the knowledge of a population of almost a quarter of a billion has proven shallow. The Expat Survey conducts in-depth research that aims to paint a more accurate and textured picture of a constantly changing landscape and we are calling for your participation!

There is no other independent study that attempts to understand the lifestyles of those who live overseas like The Expat Survey. Emma Wood, project director, explains its ethos:

‘We are dedicated to the interconnectedness of business, client and customer; expat voices are unique but not always the loudest, our research can improve this conversation.’

The Expat Survey is a comprehensive programme that covers every facet of expat life – health to politics, online spending habits to the media engagement which enables expats to stay in contact with ‘home’; and the news content they track around the world.

‘Here, we are concerned with the quality of expatriate life, not just quantifying its facts and figures. The data we collect is never passed on to third parties or government agencies. We are sponsored by a cross-section of business dedicated to expats, from Lebara to International Family Law Group; that don’t have direct access to The Expat Survey’s raw intelligence, but are able to significantly enhance their understanding of the expatriate customers that they serve by consulting with our insights team’ says Wood.

In completing The Expat Survey you have the chance of winning a £2000 cash prize! You also have the chance of improving the businesses that are providing services to you, shaping the expatriate experience by speaking collectively!

‘We have received more than 14,000 responses so far, but need this number to climb by getting as many expatriates as possible to engage in this year’s project. We welcome any nationality from any country and your involvement can make a valuable contribution to others in real terms so we urge you to get involved’.  

27 Jan

Vote for EasyExpat.com as best expat website

You are expatriate, or you are planning to move abroad ; or you recently come back and have the occasion to share your experience. EasyExpat.com has helped expatriates for more than 10 years and this is now an opportunity to vote for your favorite expat website and win great prizes!

How to vote?

In order to vote, you just need to fill the short expat survey. At the end, question 71, don’t forget to put EasyExpat.com as your BEST expat website:

71. BEST Expat Website, my nomination is….

EasyExpat.com

What can I get?

The Expat Survey programme offers great prizes to be won when you complete their questionnaires

  • £1,000 CASH (for you or a charity of your choice)
  • £50 AMAZON VOUCHERS
  • £25 LEBARA TELEPHONE SIM CARDS

What is the survey?

Expat Survey 2015For some the decision to move has been a lifestyle change, for others there has been no choice. For many the best decision they ever made, for others an unforeseen disaster. With more than 230 million expatriates worldwide, the dynamics of migration and integration into new habitats and cultures have never been more complex.

Why did you make the big decision to relocate? Is life in your adopted home all that you expected? How do you now communicate with friends and family around the world?

Those are some questions that an independent international research study is asking. By answering the quick survey you will help to understand migratory patterns and causes; and gain a true understanding of expatriate life across all nationalities and territories…

The Expat Survey programme has been launched to gain much better insight into the needs of those living outside their country of origin and to specifically understand what is relevant and helpful to expatriates within each country and what isn’t. Whilst there are questions that simply require tick boxes to be completed, the programme breaks away from convention and asks optional questions about your relocation experience, whether or not expectations have been fulfilled, what expats miss about home; and requests tips and advice for others contemplating a move to a new continent.

Reaching an audience of more than 10 million, this research programme is the largest of its kind ever undertaken. Almost 200 off and online media owners from around the world have united behind ‘The Expat Survey’ to publicise it; and several companies specialising in servicing expatriates have committed as collaborative partners to promote it.

Rest assured your information remains confidential. The Expat survey will only analyse the findings to help companies better engage with their audience.

>>> Click HERE to complete the research programme and VOTE!

At the end of this survey and the two surveys that follow, you will find the special feature ‘The Expat Survey Consumer Awards’.

13 Jan

Vote for Just Landed as “BEST Expat Website”

Ever wanted to express just how grateful you are to the Just Landed teamfor all the hard work and dedication they’ve shown over the years in helping you and other expats all over the world?

 Well, now’s your chance!

Wow! How can I vote?

Don’t worry – it’s simple! All you have to do is fill in a survey all about your life as an expat (no difficult questions, we promise!) and at the end, don’t forget to select Just Landed as “BEST expat website”.

What’s in it for me?

Good question. There are numerous prize draws of £1,000 in cash for you (or if you’re feeling flush and particularly philanthropic, you can even select to give to a charity of your choice), £50 Amazon vouchers and £25 Lebara SIM cardsare also up for grabs.

What happens to the information?

The information will be used by The Expat Survey (consultants on business and media strategy).

Fear not as the data is not sold or disclosed. They analyse the findings to help companies better engage with their audience – so you can do your “one good deed” for the day without even having to leave the house.

The research programme is live right now, so click here to vote

5 Dec

How is your life abroad?

The 2014 Expat Survey aims to compile fresh information about global migration and lifestyle

A global research programme mapping the movements and habits of citizens who have made a new life in a different country is once again calling for the collaboration of expatriates around the world.

In the 2013 Expat Survey, which studied the views and lifestyles of citizens of a wide range of nationalities resident in countries all over the world, 80 per cent of respondents said that they enjoyed better quality of life in their adopted home. Nearly as many (72%) agreed that climate and scenery were better than back home, while work/life balance, personal security, health services and friendliness of the people were also among the factors considered as better in their new homes by the majority of expatriates.

The residents surveyed, however, were less enthusiastic about salaries and political stability.

The largest number of expatriates who answered the 2013 survey lived in Spain followed by residents in France and Holland.

When asked about reasons for moving abroad, the search for a better lifestyle was rated more highly than the climate. On average the expatriates who answered the survey had lived in their current country of residence for nine years, while 13 per cent said they had settled in their new home more than 20 years ago.

This year the Expat Survey programme continues its work to obtain updated information about the views and lifestyles of people who have chosen to live in another country.

The Migration and Lifestyle questionnaire can now be filled in online while the Retail and Finance and Travel and Health sections will be available soon.

Expatriates who complete all three questionnaires will be entered into a draw for a cash prize.

Visit www.theexpatsurvey.com for more information.

4 Dec

The Expat Survey

The Expat Survey – the largest and most extensive independent global research programme of those living outside their country of origin, including but not limited to HNWIs, business executives and professionals and semi/retired over 50s. It is the leading authority on what, when, why and how expatriates communicate and consume.

It is conducted annually with the aim of growing signicantly year on year, so that a rich and reliable multi-territory intelligence resource exists, to enable those companies and organisations that service these segments to be absolutely relevant to their needs and to connect with them efficiently. The 2014 programme is currently live.

http://www.theexpatsurvey.com/

Don’t forget to vote for RootstockAds as your best expat website! – See more at: http://www.rootstockads.com/Classifieds/22292-the-expat-survey-dordogne-announcements/#sthash.n4Q4dsBW.dpuf

4 Dec

The Expat Survey Consumer Awards (TESCA)

Servicing those outside their country of origin is often complex and requires a lot of dedication. Producing a daily, weekly or monthly publication or delivering good quality customer care to somebody on the other side of the world, is challenging and requires a lot of commitment. Importantly the information they supply or the care they provide, can be essential in the day to day lives of those living outside their country of origin. The Expat Survey Consumer Awards have been launched to give expatriates the opportunity to nominate and commend the work of media owners and service providers that do an amazing job of adding value to the lives of expatriates, no matter who they are or where they are, so please make your nominations and recommendations known. Voting is now open for the following awards: Best Expat Blog Best Expat Radio Best Expat Newsletter Best Expat Magazine Best Expat Website Best Expat Newspaper Simply complete your nominations and explain why you value them at the end of the Migration & Lifestyle survey at The Expat Survey (http://www.theexpatsurvey.com/). The Expat Survey Consumer Awards are not governed by a Judges’ panel. Expatriates of any nationality residing in any country are welcome to nominate their favourite for each category and make their commendations.

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