This is the official blog for InterNations.
What is InterNations?
InterNations is the largest international community for people who live and work abroad. With InterNations, you can
- – connect with international people in your city
- – join exciting events to meet fellow expats
- – get tips and information about your destination.
We offer global networking opportunities, local events and activities, as well as expat-relevant tips and information in our forums and destinations guides. We help expats to feel at home abroad in 390 cities around the world. To ensure the quality of the community, InterNations membership is by approval only.
Who are our members?
We reach out to the multi-faceted expat community:
- – diplomats and embassy staff
- – members of IGOs and NGOs
- – foreign correspondents and journalists
- – expats employed by multinational companies
- – their family members, etc.
We also cater to local residents with strong ties to this community (e.g. “repatriates”).
What is this blog all about?
We are trying to strike a balance between company news and expat-relevant topics.
Our posts include a wide range of subjects:
- – international holiday customs and traditions
- – expat interviews
- – tips and advice, etc.
Who posts on this blog?
Most entries are written and posted by employees at the InterNations head office in Munich, Germany.
We also feature various guest authors, who contribute to our blog on a semi-regular or one-off basis. They present their own experience of living abroad and related topics. The views expressed in their articles do not represent the official viewpoint of InterNations or our staff.
If a post was written by a guest blogger, it is usually indicated in the introduction or the short author biography at the end of the post.
Can I have my say, too?
Of course. Please leave a comment!
Our comment section is moderated and has a strong anti-spam filter. It can take one day until your comment shows up, or longer over the weekend and on public holidays.
Any replies that violate basic netiquette or our website’s terms & conditions will not be published.
If you would like to get in touch with our guest authors beyond commenting on their contribution here, please check their personal webspace for direct contact information.
How can I get in touch?
If you would like to become a guest blogger or if you have any questions or suggestions, please write to email@example.com.
However, we do not publish advertorials, link exchange posts, commercial entries, sponsored content, etc. on this blog.
For general questions about InterNations, send your message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Technical difficulties should be reported to email@example.com.