The Expatland Global Network is a resource that supports people all over the globe who are embarking on an expat journey, joining a vast, dynamic community.
In fact, if you were to group expats together to form a country, it would be the 5th largest country in the world, inhabited by more than 244 million people, and growing fast.
The Expatland Global Network began life as a book, Expatland written in 2015 by John Marcarian. Through John’s years of expat experience and travel he realized that expats are often left searching for guidance on how to plan their initial move and think through issues including, taxation, finance, housing, health and many more challenges.
The Expatland book was just the start.
To solve the problem of lack of support for would-be expats, John launched the Expatland Global Network in February 2018.
Through the ‘E-Team’ concept, The Expatland Global Network now provides an end to end service supporting expats,
The concept, was developed based on research using data from the World Bank, the OECD and the International Labour Organisation.
It provides a proactive solution to the problems faced by ‘unsupported expats’ on the move and through one point of contact, expats can access help anywhere.
E-Teams bring together vetted professionals on the ground in a wide range of international locations, who can deliver the types of services needed by expats.
Operating at a city level, they have essential local knowledge and insight. They cut through the noise and drill down to the issues that are relevant to specific locations.
Our E-Team members are also help John write specialist Expatland books for their home cities.
These books and chapters are free to download from Expatland.com.
They are packed with locally-focused advice, tips and case studies.
Expatland’s E-Teams are currently available in Sydney, Melbourne, Auckland, Singapore, London and Hong Kong, Frankfurt and Paris with more cities launching soon.