Terry Boyd

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  • #17257

    Terry Boyd
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    Hey friends, I would be happy to hear your feedback/advice about our startup:
    EXPLORE DESTINATIONS WITH LOCALS
    Book a tour from a local and explore the real Berlin with its hidden places, views, local tastes, night life etc.
    Locals know better than anyone where to taste the most flavorful beer, the most delicious foods, where to party, what to see.
    #traveler #berlin #tours #guide
    P.S: You can also create a tour in your city and start making money by showing travelers around.

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    Terry Boyd
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    Shai Lampert
    Senior Consultant – Financial Services at Cameron James Professional Recruitment
    17h
    Good afternoon! It seems my London based clients are absolutely crying out for some help, with 5 companies searching for experienced IFA administrators to assist with new business and valuations just this week. Due to the talent shortages in this area, these clients are looking at attractive benefits packages and highly competitive basic salaries. Interested? Call me to find out more. 07950 877 809

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    Terry Boyd
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    Shai Lampert
    Senior Consultant – Financial Services at Cameron James Professional Recruitment
    17h
    Good afternoon! It seems my London based clients are absolutely crying out for some help, with 5 companies searching for experienced IFA administrators to assist with new business and valuations just this week. Due to the talent shortages in this area, these clients are looking at attractive benefits packages and highly competitive basic salaries. Interested? Call me to find out more. 07950 877 809

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    Terry Boyd
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    Terry Boyd
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    Alix von Ren
    April 19 at 4:46pm
    Ho Everybody, I need help or advises to organise my house moving from FFM to Paris.
    I gonna have something like 12m3 to transport back to France.
    Do you have any advises for companies doing that or what could be the price for it ? Thanks you all for your tipps ! <3

  • #18859

    Terry Boyd
    Keymaster

    Georgia is one of the last unspoiled destinations in Europe.
    Georgia … best of East and West

  • #17263

    Terry Boyd
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    Check out all the events at Eindhoven’s Expat Center.

  • #17264

    Terry Boyd
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    Gerrie Royacker at Best Intermediair really came through for us when we moved to Eindhoven last year.

  • #17265

    Terry Boyd
    Keymaster

    If you’re looking for the ultimate challenge with a Silicon Valley digital giant, check out our post on the career opportunities at Netflix as the VoD giant expands across Europe.

  • #18860

    Terry Boyd
    Keymaster

    If you’re blogging to a small expat audience, we can help expand your influence … and put some money in your pocket. Dispatches reaches hundreds of thousands of people around the world every month. Unlike most media startups, we also pay contributors for original content as well as reposts.

    We especially need people who can give our readers useful information about adjusting to expat life. Subject-matter experts on finding an apartment, getting a residency visa, where to find the best Indian food in Berlin or travel tips.

    If you’ve got a great idea for a post, email me at: terry@dispatcheseurope.com

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  • #17269

    Terry Boyd
    Keymaster

    If you’re blogging to a small expat audience, we can help expand your influence … and put some money in your pocket. Dispatches reaches hundreds of thousands of people around the world every month. Unlike most media startups, we also pay contributors for original content as well as reposts.

    We especially need people who can give our readers useful information about adjusting to expat life. Subject-matter experts on finding an apartment, getting a residency visa, where to find the best Indian food in Berlin or travel tips.

    If you’ve got a great idea for a post, email me at: terry@dispatcheseurope.com

  • #17272

    Terry Boyd
    Keymaster

    A beautiful two-room apartment in Berlin, Wilmersdorf available in mid-June
    A very nice and sunny apartment with two rooms and a spacious balcony available as from 18 June (entry date can be discussed). Newly renovated in Winter 2016. Big bathroom with bath tub, sink, WC and space for both a washing machine and a dryer. The apartment has a new open kitchen with hob and oven, big fridge freezer and a dishwasher. The living room has a big balcony overlooking a common garden with a play area for kids. The apartment also has a spacious cellar for storage. The rental price is eur 795 plus common charges. The rent is not being increased over the previous year. Possibility to buy IKEA furniture in excellent condition(black leather bed sofa, Malm Bed with drawers and an orthopaedic mattress.
    Excellent location: quiet street, very close to public transport (Ubahn and busses), around the corner from different supermarkets, shops, restaurants, cafes, Wilmersdorfer Volkspark and fitness studios. Contact: 01749407724

  • #17280

    Terry Boyd
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    We’ve seen how Trump is going after the H1-B visa program, trying to ban foreign talent, restricting the world’s best and brightest from entering the United States.

    Is it any surprise that European countries have become more aggressive in giving these best-and-brightest a home?

    Check out our post here.

  • #18861

    Terry Boyd
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    At the Landing.careers Festival you’ll meet 60 of the coolest tech companies from all over Europe. Get to know the people you could one day be working with, in our absurdly informal festival environment.
    Be part of our talks and workshops discussing the hottest topics in tech and career management, given by insightful speakers suggested by our community.
    Engage with over 1500 like-minded people from all over the world, ready to challenge your concept of what “networking” is. No suits, no business cards – just real connections.
    All this while having your favourite drink, riverside, in sunny Lisbon — the hottest European tech hub.

  • #18862

    Terry Boyd
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    European Everywhere Initiative offers €50,000 prize
    New European competition invites start-ups to submit ideas focused on improving the local community and travel experience, enhancing everyday lives of people everywhere

    London, UK – 11 April 2017 – Visa Inc. (NYSE: V) is today challenging start-ups and innovative fintech companies from 19 European markets to enter the first-ever European Everywhere Initiative. Competitors will have a chance to win up to €50,000 to support a development programme with Visa, or through business partnership with Visa’s financial institution clients. Successful entrants will have the opportunity to access Visa APIs through the Visa Developer Platform, executive mentors and technologists to help them further develop their ideas.

    First launched in the USA in 2015, Visa’s Everywhere Initiative is designed to encourage payment innovation as the payments industry shifts from plastic to digital, and nearly 1,000 start-ups that have participated have collectively raised $1.7 billion in funding. In addition to Europe, Visa will also continue to host Everywhere Initiatives in North America, Latin America and Asia this year.

    Eligible participants in Europe are invited to submit proposed business solutions aligned to any or all of the following briefs via the Everywhere Initiative website which will be live on Wednesday, 19 April:

    Local Community Challenge: How can digital payment technologies help create products that connect people and enrich local communities?
    Local Community Challenge: How can digital payment technologies help create products that connect people and enrich local communities?
    International Travel Challenge: How can new products and services, based on Visa APIs, deliver a more seamless international travel experience?
    Bill Gajda, senior vice president, innovation and strategic partnerships, said: “The consumer experience is at the heart of the payments industry, a sector that is accelerating and developing at a greater pace than ever before, spurred on by new technologies. Through competitions like Visa’s Everywhere Initiative, we are spurring technological innovation to drive acceptance and promote even greater convenience for consumers. By focusing on local community and travel experience we hope to facilitate improvements to the everyday lives of people, wherever they are. Having already witnessed success across the Atlantic, we look forward to welcoming submissions from innovative European start-ups looking for funding and fruitful collaborations to help them realise great ideas.”

    Start-ups can apply via the website from 19th April – 17th May 2017 – with finalists pitching for the prize to a live panel in Copenhagen at Money 20/20 on 26-28th June 2017.

    Find more details about the competition here.

    About Visa’s Everywhere Initiative
    Visa’s Everywhere Initiative is an innovation program designed to encourage the “next big thing” in payments, as the payments industry shifts from plastic to digital and new entrants join traditional stakeholders in payments. The program first launched in the U.S. in 2015 and to-date, nearly 1,000 start-ups have collectively raised $1.7 billion in funding, with ultimately 60 finalists and 14 winners selected. The 2017 programme will be the first in Europe and will be open to companies from 19 markets including: Austria, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, The Netherlands, The UK, Turkey. All phases of the competition are conducted in English.

    About Visa
    Visa Inc. (NYSE: V) is a global payments technology company that connects consumers, businesses, financial institutions, and governments in more than 200 countries and territories to fast, secure and reliable electronic payments. We operate one of the world’s most advanced processing networks — VisaNet — that is capable of handling more than 65,000 transaction messages a second, with fraud protection for consumers and assured payment for merchants. Visa is not a bank and does not issue cards, extend credit or set rates and fees for consumers. Visa’s innovations, however, enable its financial institution customers to offer consumers more choices: pay now with debit, pay ahead with prepaid or pay later with credit products. For more information, visit https://usa.visa.com/ and @VisaNews.

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