Moving Home: Strategies to support young children
Moving home can be an extremely stressful and unsettling time for the whole family and particularly children. Change of house, community, friends, school – stress levels can accumulate quickly leading to serious changes in health and behavior. Here we look at some great ways to soften the impact of a move on your children
Moving to France – some practical advice
Here at Click Moves we have seen a 62% increase in the number of requests we receive for international removals to France, there are a number of reasons for this which include the ability for more and more workers to work remotely, a fear of BREXIT aftermath, a better quality of life – France has some serious appeal. Here we look at the practicalities of Moving to France.
Shipping Cars to Hong Kong
We get a lot of requests for shipping cars around the World, and frankly for many destinations its just a non-starter due to excessive import taxes and duties (sometimes over 500%), however for certain destinations it can really be a very good option. Here we talk about shipping cars to Hong Kong.
Moving To Singapore? 10 Things You Need to Know
If you’re thinking of moving to Singapore, have an upcoming job assignment there or will be visiting friends and family on this enthralling island city state, here are 10 tips and insights from expat on the ground Jonathan Hesketh that will help you hit the – very clean – ground running!
How much does an International Removal cost
No matter how long you have before you are scheduled to move overseas – a few months, a few weeks, or a few days, you’re still going to have to answer a number of essential questions to complete the trouble-free move you want. One of these fundamental questions is, of course, is how much are international moving costs?
Are You Moving To Portugal?
Hi everyone, we’ve been moving a lot of folks to Portugal over the past few months, a lot more than usual, so we wanted to take a look into life in Portugal, and particularly the associated costs in a little more detail so that we could offer some up to date advice for any clients considering this move.
A Guide to Moving Insurance
A good Mover will take every possible precaution to minimise the risk of damage, however the fact remains that there is still a risk when transporting fragile items, be it across the street or across international borders – for this reason it is strongly advised to buy additional transit insurance. Here we try to give you a guide to moving insurance.
Advice to new Expats
Moving to Brazil
We’ve recently been asked on a number of occasions for quotations for moving to Brazil and Uruguay, and we’ve been a bit shocked by some of our competitors who have given clients very cheap door to door rates, but failed to include all of the port charges that clients will definitely incur on the South American side.
Moving to Portugal – tips & advice
Hi everyone, we’ve been moving a lot of folks to Portugal over the past few months, a lot more than usual, so we wanted to take a look into life in Portugal, and particularly the associated costs in a little more detail so that we could offer some up to date advice for any clients considering moving to Portugal from the UK.
Brexit: The French are moving out of London in their hundreds.
London has long been a favored expat city for the French, according to Emanuel Macron it was France’s “6th city”. Well the love affair is coming to an end as Brexit looms the french are moving out of London in their hundreds.
Sourcing International Moving Quotations made easy by ClickMoves
Simplifying the process for getting international moving quotations ClickMoves introduced the concept of A Pre-Move video survey over skype , facetime or WhatsApp a number of months back, and its proved a huge success with our clients.
Caveat emptor: The Dubai Expat Relocations Story
Moving home is stressful enough, but in 2014 hundreds of Dubai expats lost their household goods and personal effects after paying Moving Company thousands of pounds. This is the story of Dubai Expat Relocations.
Moving To Singapore
We Movers are often the first point of call when folks make that decision to move to another country, and for this very reason we are often on the receiving end of lots of Expat type questions. Here’s a selection of some of the most frequent questions and answers relating to Moving To Singapore.
Relocating for a new job – some things to consider
As the world shrinks and borders disappear international businesses and multinationals are mushrooming around the globe – workforce mobility has become a norm for any business. So will you be relocating in coming future?
A recent survey found that nearly two-thirds of companies saw an increase in the number of international employee transfers , and they also expected that trend to continue increasing going forwards.
Adjusting to life back in the UK
We have just moved back to the UK after the best part of 25 years traveling the world with my job. We left England all those years ago with suitcases, and we are returning with 2 kids, a cat and 2 containers full of furniture and personal effects. Of course we were expecting some adjusting, particularly for the children as they associated England with holidays and fun times, they’d had no experience of day to day life here as such. And for us the luxury of living with home help, maids, drivers and gardeners for the past quarter of a century would be a hard felt loss on our return.
What to consider if you are moving to Hong Kong
Hong Kong is a vibrant and exciting place to live and work, with established Expat communities and a growing demand for professional skills in the area. The quality of life can be extremely high but it comes at a cost ,