Business in the CEE region has grown massively in the last couple of years. Entrepreneurship and privatisation have been encouraged recently. The amount of new businesses being opened is reaching new highs and the amount closing down is reaching new lows. This is giving reason for optimism amongst young entrepreneurs. Membership to the EU has led to increased business interactions with companies across Europe due to the ease of collaboration.

Inter Relocation has thrived in the Hungarian market, growing from 3 employees to 19 in past years. Inter Relocation is committed to ethical business practices and is regularly involved in community building events. They also sponsor several expat and charity organisations. Inter Relocation has received the platinum award for commitment to excellence for more than 4 years in a row, providing proof of a quality service. Stuart McAlister is the Vice-President of the European Relocation Association, meaning Inter Relocation is well-connected across the CEE region and with other companies doing similar work.

Expat portrait: Douglas Arnott, professional translator, Chairman of the RBIF

There are some people who quietly go about their business in the background, almost as an “éminence grise”. They work away and live their everyday lives, whilst improving the fortunes of others.

Scottish-born Douglas Arnott, owner of a professional translation office and a translator/interpreter himself by profession, is one such person. Besides his significant daily workload he is the Continue Reading

Stuart McAlister named Vice-President of the European Relocation Association

Stuart McAlister, owner and Managing Director of Inter Relocation has been named as the new Vice-President of the European Relocation Association.

He will hold this prestigious position for two years. Then he will have served the maximum six years that EuRA board members may serve. His time with the executive group of EuRA will end. Stuart will assist and … Continue Reading

Spousal Job Search Support: Tailored Career Planning

Inter Relocation recently added spousal job search support, also known simply as spousal support, to its service mix. That sounds very exciting, you might be thinking. But what does spousal job search support actually involve and why would anyone want to make use of this service?

Across the globe, more than 50% of couples are now dual-income so when one … Continue Reading

Inter Relocation Sponsors Burns Supper for Children’s Hospitals

At the recent Budapest Burns Supper, Inter Relocation once again helped the Robert Burns International Foundation to raise a record sum to support sick and under privileged children.

The charity ball held by the Robert Burns International Foundation each year. Inter Relocation’s bronze sponsorship of the Burns Supper made a contribution to a record total donation, more than €26,000.

The … Continue Reading

Inter Relocation and the SME sponsorship scheme

Interview with Inter Relocation owner Stuart McAlister about the SME (small and medium enterprises) sponsorship scheme.

The SME Sponsorship Scheme marks a new chapter in the RBIF’s fundraising efforts. It is one that opens up the potential of giving purposefully for charity to a much wider range of companies. The SME Sponsorship Scheme involves the RBIF teaming up with small … Continue Reading

Inter Relocation Receives Commitment to Excellence Platinum Award for 4th year in a row

(Washington DC October, 2016) — Inter Relocation was honored for its outstanding performance at Cartus Corporation’s 2016 Global Network Conference held October in Washington DC.

Cartus Global Network is Cartus’ industry-leading worldwide service provider network. Each year, Cartus recognizes the companies and individuals in the Network who have provided extraordinary service to its customers and clients worldwide.

Inter Relocation Receives Commitment to Excellence Platinum Award for 4th year in a row-Stuart McAlister, company owner Inter Relocation Receives Commitment to Excellence Platinum Award for 4th year in a row

Inter Relocation was … Continue Reading

Relocation Future Trends for the CEE region

It’s fair to say that the relocation profession is developing at a rapid rate. The world has changed since 5-6 years ago, where most international assignments were for typically middle-aged men with a wife and two children.

Now this kind of expatriate is increasingly the exception and relocation service providers have to adapt their business models if they are to … Continue Reading