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Webinar on moving internationally
Moving to another country is always exciting – and a little stressful. Vlamingen in de Wereld is organizing a free webinar to help alleviate some of this stress for people moving to another country. Whether you are planning to move overseas for the first time or have some unanswered questions from a previous relocation that didn’t go as planned, this webinar will provide answers to all of your questions. If you're considering an international relocation or move, this webinar is one you won’t want to miss!
The joint Gosselin-VIW webinar will be held on November 24, from 3:00 to 4:30 pm.
Join us online to e-meet the Gosselin moving experts
This webinar will provide you with a valuable overview of what international moves entail. You will learn the do’s and don’ts and get the answer to questions such as:
- What do international moving companies do?
- Which services do international moving companies provide?
- Which shipping/transport options are available for household goods?
- How long does the shipping of international household goods take?
- What does an overseas move cost? Which elements determine the price of an international move?
- What are the do’s and don’ts for an international move?
- Hear tips & tricks from Gosselin colleague Quentin who has lived on several continents
Goedele Van den Nieuwenhuysen, your personal moving guide
Goedele began her career in the moving industry at Gosselin in August of 2000, at the age of 23. She spent nine years as a move coordinator, gaining experience in the practical aspects of an international move, everything from A to Z. After all these years of practical coordination, in 2011 Goedele got into sales through consulting and selling moving services to private individuals as well as corporations. Assisting and advising people with their international moves, dealing with personal emotions, cultural differences and unique challenges on a daily basis are what make the job incredibly satisfying and one that offers great variety.
Quentin Van Meerbeeck, citizen of the world
A native of Antwerp, Belgium, Quentin has lived and worked in six different countries on three continents, has a total of eight international moves under his belt and considers himself a “citizen of the world”. Having done a study year abroad in Italy, fresh out of college, Quentin joined the international management trainee program at AP Moller – Maersk, the world’s largest container shipping line, where he met the woman who would become his wife, also a trainee. This entailed a move to Charlotte, NC, USA in 2004 for two years and then back to Belgium.