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If you’ve never heard of Expat Daily News one has to ask where you’ve been hiding away for the past year or so?!
Expat Daily News first took the expatriate world by storm last year when Susan Beverley – long time senior editor and high level contributor at Escape Artist – decided that it was time there was a daily resource available for fellow expatriates everywhere to explore and discuss events, news stories, gossip and even scandal from around the expat world.
She created Expat Daily News as the perfect compliment to Escape Artist and Escape from America Magazine, because it brings daily and therefore almost instant focus to specific news stories and events that are critically important, fascinating or just downright funny for expatriates, those thinking about moving abroad, as well as those who like to travel and read about life around the world.
Where you can perhaps think of Escape Artist as being vital in helping you move abroad successfully, and you can think of Escape from America Magazine as helping you get the most from your time overseas, so you can consider Expat Daily News as being the number one resource that brings you up to date with what’s happening abroad every single day!
In fact, Expat Daily News provides internationally mobile individuals as well as those who are dreaming about or planning their own travel overseas, with daily updates from the whole expatriate and international world – meaning that you can stay on top of important events, keep abreast of fascinating stories, and be informed about what’s happening around the world and affecting expats like you.
Recent news stories show the breadth of subject matter covered – from examining whether Australia is the best place in the world to raise expatriate children as determined by a leading global expat survey, to a discourse on why expat enclaves are gossip hotbeds and how to deal with life when people are talking about you!
In addition to daily news and pertinent stories from around the expat world, Expat Daily News also offers you the chance to freely subscribe to their daily or weekly headline service so that you can be kept up to date with what’s happening regularly by having the headlines delivered straight to your inbox, allowing you to pick and choose which stories you read first. However, the services available from Expat Daily News don’t end there…
The daily news site has become so popular and received so much positive feedback and interaction from readers and fans over the past twelve months, that it is now under sustained expansion – which means that if you’ve not taken a look at Expat Daily News for a while, you may find it almost unrecognisable thanks to its ongoing positive transformation.
Because the expatriate world now spans the entire globe as we become more adventurous in our travels and in where we choose to pioneer and set up home, and we all want to access the stories that are most applicable to us or which tell us more about where in the world we want to be living or travelling to next, Susan Beverley and the Expat Daily News team have recognised the requirement for regionally specific versions of the site which will all sit beneath the original site’s umbrella.
Enter Cathy Brown – a relatively newly established expatriate herself, Cathy moved from America with her children to live in Argentina a little over a year ago and has taken to the expat life like a duck to water. She is now working in collaboration with Susan Beverley as the editor for the first in a series of geo-targeted Expat Daily News blog segments. Cathy is editor for Expat Daily News South America, and Expat Daily News Central America. From her own travels before settling in Argentina she has first hand understanding that where in the world you end up living can be so vastly different to where you were, that you not only need support and guidance to make your new life work from the likes of Escape Artist and Escape from America Magazine, but you could substantially benefit from your very own news desk, servicing you with facts and even funny stories from your new neck of the woods.
Cathy Brown is highly enthusiastic and hard working, she is dedicated to the expatriate cause, and she has a natural nose for sniffing out a good story – making her a brilliant asset for Expat Daily News, and a fantastic editor and contributor to the daily updated, news centric site. Her recent entries on Expat Daily News South America illustrate this – she has focused on escalating tensions between Colombia and Venezuela that could have a knock on effect for expats travelling in the region, introduced those exploring South America as a potential destination for relocation to the stunning Lake District in Patagonia, and even touched on the poor survival rates of women in Peru if they are unlucky enough to suffer from cervical cancer.
As you can see, the subject matter is cutting edge, it is in depth, it is news worthy, very important and also highly relevant to those who live, work or travel in South America.
The Expat Daily News Central America site is equally as relevant and as populated with fascinating and even some funny stories. For example, Cathy Brown brings us the headline that you can ‘retire’ to Panama from the age of 18 if you so choose, and enjoy tax benefits! She also discusses the legalisation of same sex marriages in Mexico City and how this could impact the Latin American region, and how you can perhaps go about finding freelance work to support your new life in Central America if you were struggling to come up with a way to finance your relocation.
The breadth of subjects covered across the Expat Daily News sites is massive – and yet every single story comes from a place of strong interest to expatriates. As a long-term, multiple destination expat herself, Expat Daily News creator Susan Beverley knows what makes a story of interest to expatriates. What’s more, because of her long time association with Escape Artist and Escape from America Magazine, she knows where to find the news and how to bring it in to your world every day. All three publications now work in harmony to provide you with a complete information support service – so that you know you will always be able to find the information you need from one centrally focused source.
Looking to the future for Expat Daily News it’s clear that the expansion programme is ongoing; the editor is currently seeking experienced and enthusiastic editors to cover new regions, and looking to expand direct regional coverage of the news site to Africa, Asia Pacific, Canada, the Caribbean and the Middle East next. So, whether you want to be actively involved in shaping and delivering the news to expats in your region, you want to learn about what’s happening around the expatriate world or you feel you want to comment and interact with stories already published by current editors, hop across to Expat Daily News and explore this valuable and expanding resource.
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Top stories from Expat Daily News – South America
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Top stories from Expat Daily News – Central America
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