Geneva has been my home town for the last 20 years and I know exactly how challenging it is to start a new life in a new country, having experienced this personally. Knowing that I have met my customers’ needs is a source of satisfaction and pride. It is my primary aim. Being your partner in such an important moment in your life, makes it just more than finding you a home. To get in touch : +4176 469 01 34 or email@example.com
Asmah Moving from one country to another has been my life for The past 25 years! I know for sure how it is to leave a home to a yet unknown destination, and turn it to a new Home. Now based In Geneva, after France, the UK, Austria, Tanzania, East Timor, The Comoros Islands and Congo Brazaville, I will make my best to make your relocation a peaceful and easy path. I speak Comorian , Swahili , French , English , and a good understanding of German! To get in touch: +41 77 502 88 55 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Matteo has been living in the area for more than 12 years. He lived in different cities as Stockholm, Turin, Madrid and Venice. Having relocated so many times he knows the challenges of the international relocation and he understands the issues of moving to another countries. For many years he worked for multinational companies located in Geneva and always in multicultural environments. This is why in Get-In he is in charge of partnerships with internal companies for supporting their employees in moving to Switzerland. To get in touch : +41764570136 or email@example.com
Juliette has been living and working in Geneva nearly all her life but when moving to London in 2005, she realised how difficult and depressing it could be to find the perfect home in another country, in another city. Back to Switzerland in 2010, she felt the need to help newcomers in their search for a home and she joined GetInRelocactions in 2015. She speaks French, English and conversational Spanish.
Catherine has been living in the area for 7 years. A local originally, she moved to London in 1998. Having relocated abroad and having also moved back a few years ago, she understands the challenges of the international relocation for having experienced them herself. In Get In she has found the action she needs to help international work travelers to be fixed in their new location. Catherine speaks French and English.