It is to create a "Business Talent Global Enablement System". This firm enables for people with managerial experince and willing to relocate internationally(for work assignments) to places like India. For a fee this firm will also research and update the candidates about the school quality, quality of life and help them get set in the new country. For a extra fee, the company will help the people with home rental,school admissions, car buying etc. I am getting this idea because the work place is becoming more and more global. And it is getting to help people always willing to relocate and help their career's vertical growth. Any feedback is appreciated. Dan
This is only a thought I got yesterday. I did meet some guys who relocated from US and UK to Bangalore on 2 year assignments. They are happy with the kids schooling and the career prospects( and the availability of perks like own driver, company provided car, apartment). Only complaint I heard from them is traffic, not many good fast food places that cater to foreign tastes and being away from immediate family. Dan.
Robin, you have �300K and are stuck on what to invest Please contact me ASAP Actually the most "secure" form of investing I know about is real-.estate ( and for more profitability in my new wanna be start-up U can set-up offices for outsourcing companies.. and get to know the culture and procedures to make a company in the target country.. (china= get some chinese friends) so u make the western companies (small.mediuum) job easy (getting office/ poeple CVs and Internet/phone lines, registering with the officials..)
Hi, It sounds like an executive search firm. But heck, if you have true talent, uses it. Why's approach life in oneway? I am not in the position today, if I have not opportunities to work on the user-side in my early years. You know how to surf the web, why can't you learn to surf the globalization? I'm not recommend everyone to do the same, you need to know your situation more than anyone else. I know some medical doctors, when just graduate out from med schools, most have to go and work in the most god foresaken places to gain experiences. Why? Those poor saps are not going to sue an inexperience doctor with malpractice suit or something like that when things did not go smoothly. It may not be the best analogy, but I hope you could pick a wisdom from it. Regards, MCao
Originally posted by Chris Daniel: I did meet some guys who relocated from US and UK to Bangalore on 2 year assignments. They are happy with the kids schooling and the career prospects( and the availability of perks like own driver, company provided car, apartment). Only complaint I heard from them is traffic, not many good fast food places that cater to foreign tastes and being away from immediate family. Dan.
Are these friends of yours Native American / English? Or are they of Indian origin? If it is the former, I will be really surprised that they adapted to the Indian lifestyle so well... Normally when a "firang" (Indian slang for a foreign white person) comes to India I would expect him or her to be disgusted with India for the first few months and then really start enjoying the place. But not to the extent of settling down there... I'm curious
Originally posted by Robin Davies: What type of property can you get in India for about �300K
GBP 300000 = INR 25 Million = 250 lacs For that kind of money you could purchase multiple houses in Bangalore. Heck you could probably even purchase a wonderful mansion in the poshest localities in Bangalore (Indira Nagar, Jayamahal Extension, Cox Town, Fraser Town).
250 lakhs that is 250,00000 Rs. 2 BHK in decent area (JP Nagar) costs around 15 to 18 Lakhs.250/15~17 so Robin you can purchase 17 2BHK flats.That could be entire apartment building.Real estate in any city in India has always been hot.You can keep 2 or 3 and rest of the flats rent it to people.Rent per month is 6000 to 7000 P/m(Remember this is minimum is good area),your monthly income will be 6000 X 15 = 90,000 Rs .(Without doing anything!!!)so in hand you might get slightly less bcos of tax.