There’s no telling where life will take you. One day you’re beachcombing in Florida and the next day you learn you’ve got to move to Canberra!
But what’s the worst part about moving? It’s not leaving people behind (thank god for the Internet!). It’s not being alone in a new city either – technology has made making new friends so much easier. It’s the actual moving.
The gruesome process of taking stock of everything you own, packing it neatly in boxes, labeling those boxes, putting them away until D Day, and finally having them shipped can be most draining; both mentally and physically. And then there’s the unpacking too.
There are many instances where people need assistance with household goods storage. It could be due to ongoing construction in their new home, delays in transit, or even international relocation. People looking at de-cluttering their homes and those who use seasonal furniture can also benefit from a dedicated space for household goods storage. Whatever be the instance, it’s advised to use professional packers and movers for the same. Read More
2015 was a great year for foreign companies looking to invest or set shop in India. The Make in India program was launched to turn the country into a global manufacturing powerhouse — by facilitating investment, fostering innovation, providing state-of-the-art manufacturing equipment, and protecting the intellectual property of individuals. Additionally, the government also digitalized registration processes and made funding easily available for entrepreneurs and investors: whether from India or abroad.
“The most beautiful country in the world.” – Anonymous
A common concern among expats when moving to India is that they don’t know what to expect in the new country. Is working in India going to be same as back home? Who to contact for visa and immigration queries? Will the expat family be comfortable? How easy is the school finding process?
In addition to these queries, there are many other misconceptions that hinder foreigners from making the right decisions. Expats think that home finding in India is easy — living costs are expected to be quite low due to the country’s ‘developing’ status.