REA Sales Team is GROWING!

We are delighted to announce that effective March 18th, Diane Moreno joined REA as Director of Business Development reporting to Dan Bolger on our Sales and Partnerships team. Diane comes to REA with over 15 years of international sales and marketing experience. Fluent in English, Spanish and Portuguese, she is an accomplished corporate housing and relocation professional with a strong portfolio of successes orchestrating the start-up, growth, and launch of business development activities in global mobility. Her depth of experience extends to commercial retail, distributors, outside vendors, suppliers and kiosk chains in the US and in international markets.

Diane will manage sales activities at REA, and her experience and relationships in the relocation industry will be a tremendous asset to our award-winning global team. Due to her husband’s multiple job assignments, Diane understands from her own experience the challenges of a transferee spouse and family, and she can speak to the excitement and adventure in every relocation. It is her goal to increase the awareness of the spousal support service and educate clients on the impact relocation can have on the entire family. [Read more…]

REA Celebrates a PLATINUM Win and SILVER Innovation Award!

(Basking Ridge, NJ) Sept. 26, 2017 — Cartus awards REA-Partners in Transition with its Platinum Commitment to Excellence Award at the 2017 Global Network Conference in Chicago.

REA-Partners in Transition won its 11th consecutive Platinum Award for outstanding performance, at the Cartus Global Network Conference held on September 25-26 during its annual gala celebration at the Chicago Hyatt McCormick Place. The Cartus Global Network is Cartus’ industry-leading worldwide service provider alliance. Each year, Cartus recognizes the companies and individuals in the Network who have provided extraordinary service to its customers and clients worldwide. The theme of this year’s conference was “Innovate: Collaborate, Excel, Grow Together.

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REA Wins Award in APAC

(Basking Ridge, NJ-USA) REA – Partners in Transition earned distinctive recognition in the Asia-Pacific region during the Forum for Expatriate Management’s Excellence in Mobility Management Awards (EMMAs) celebration in Hong Kong Thursday evening, Sept. 7th, 2017.

 

REA took first Runner-Up honors in the Best Family Support category. This marks the fourth consecutive year FEM recognized REA for its quality service delivery. In sharing the news with the REA team, Lorraine Bello, CEO/President, stated, “This acknowledgment highlights REA’s service excellence and commitment to the families of our clients and industry partners in APAC and worldwide.” Edmund Seng, REA partner based in Singapore attended the gala and accepted the award on the company’s behalf.

 

REA provides global career and transition services to relocating companies worldwide. Its expertise supports accompanying partners and families relocating to locations around the globe. More information about REA is available on the corporate website, www.reacareers.com

NEW Global WelcomeKit

Our new Global WelcomeKitTM has received rave reviews from our customers.  It is a user-friendly digital resource for every globally-bound spouse/partner using REA services. A platform of carefully curated links, videos and information to help address the challenges of change, we make the application available to customers via desktop or smart-phone and deploy it at the outset of their initiation to set the stage for a meaningful coach-customer engagement.

 

FEATURED CONTENT:

  • What about Me? – This 4-minute video features an expat spouse sharing the story of her experiences on two international assignments, one with and one without spousal assistance.
  • What Challenges will I face? – In blog-format, this resource contains an in-depth exploration of the typical phases of major life transition like relocation. By offering helpful insights and strategies for Managing Change, these posts describe stories of accompanying partners and their families successfully navigating the challenges of international assignments and demonstrating how assignees can maximize their experience abroad.
  • How will I Thrive? – This section offers Expat City and Country Guides, a Forum for connecting with other expats in major cities around the world, information on exciting events to meet other global minds, and practical information and strategies for assimilation designed for the expat spouse/partner.

“I experienced tremendous culture shock and felt guilty that I wasn’t working while my husband was.  The International Welcome Kit video on “Change” expressed precisely what I was feeling and made me less anxious about our international assignment to Hong Kong.  I explored the sections on networking in Hong Kong and began getting more and more involved with the American Women’s Association and meeting new people at their functions. I also found Cantonese lessons, a mah-jongg club and volunteer work in the resources section and am thoroughly enjoying these new endeavors.  I am so much happier now with this new chapter in my life due in a large part to the information I found on the International Welcome Kit website.”

K. Corbin, Spouse of Relocated Employee