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An Insider's Guide to Public Transportation in Dublin, Ireland

Ireland may be known as the Emerald Isle, but the city of Dublin is splashed with vibrant colors and intriguing architecture. There is no better way to enjoy the charming village feel of this...

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China and Germany: An Exemplary Trade Agreement

If you flip through the pages of any international business publication, China and Germany will be mentioned on just about any page. This is no coincidence; these two countries value global...

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Four Ways Dwellworks is Creating an Enhanced Appraisal Management Experience

It’s simple: accurate and timely appraisal management services are critical in the home mortgage lending process.

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3 Common Misunderstandings about Corporate Housing

Corporate Housing is a complicated idea to those who are new to the idea, but it doesn't have to be. 

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How Employee Relocation has Changed over the Years

Compared to other industries like agriculture, manufacturing, or hospitality, corporate relocation is still quite new. In the past few decades as the need for relocation services was realized, the...

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Key Cultural Factors to Consider before Negotiating a Deal

The work environment can get intense when a deal is being negotiated across cultures. For business travelers, it is helpful to know that there are aspects of a culture called "dimensions" that...

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Day of the Dead in Mexico City

Day of the Dead, or Día de los Muertos begins the night of October 31 and concludes on November 2. The main rituals take place on November 1. This special holiday is celebrated throughout Latin...

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Trick or Treating in an Apartment

Trick-or-Treat! This Fall tradition is a favorite among children in Ireland, Canada, and America. Kids dress up in creative costumes and walk from house to house collecting candy from neighbors. 

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Safety Standards in Corporate Housing Units

Home should feel safe and secure for everyone. Whether someone is relocating for a few years or a few months, their housing should be one place that is the most comfortable in a new, unfamiliar...

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How to Avoid Tourist Traps after Moving Abroad

Most travelers can offer a story when they felt like they were "ripped off" abroad. Between street vendors, taxi drivers, hotels, and restaurants, it is easy to be tricked in an unfamiliar country...

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