What expats say

What expats say: Ratnesh Mathur

Ratnesh came to Brno from India five years ago with a mission to set up Infosys’s Europe BPO business here. In 2008 he moved out of the position of general manager looking after 400 employees (and more in Lodz) of 20+ nationalities. Now Ratnesh lives in Brno with his wife and works as a management consultant & outsourcing advisor.

What expats say: Two-edged sword

David Belinko; born in Cairo, Egypt to a diplomatic family with background in both Russia and Spain. Raised as a youngster in Rio De Janeiro and schooled in France and England. He lived most of his life in Canada and studied in Washington Dc. Over the past 6 years David has lived in The Bahamas, the French Alps, St. Emillion, Mauritius Island, Lausanne Switzerland, and now in his favourite place of all…a sleepy little village 10 minutes from Brno.

What expats say II

My previous post summarizing our last OpenCoffee discussion concentrated on what expats miss in Brno. Here I’m picking up a few comments on what are the main incentives to stay and what could also be the reasons for newcomers to… Full story

What expats say I

18 expats attended the 2nd Brnopolis Open Coffee meeting and discussed their needs with the representatives of City Council, CzechInvest and South Moravia development agency. Here is several thoughts and comments…