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Intermark company is pleased to present its new project “Intermark Talks – Moscow expat life”.
“Intermark Talks – Moscow expat life” is a series of podcasts in which we interview our friends and partners from various organizations that are popular among expats in Moscow, such as international schools, foreign associations, European medical centers and many others. Here we are discussing important topics, asking interesting questions and sharing impressions about Moscow.
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Intermark for more than 25 years provides full range of Immigration, Relocation and Moving services to major international companies and relocate their employees and families to Russia.
We make Russia easy and interesting experience :)
7 Episodes
Hungry for a new listening?Today in Episode 7 we speak about what is it really like to live in another country with a different cultural background. How to find friends living abroad and how to start your business if you’re an expat in Russia. All these issues we discuss with our guest from Italy - Mr. Antonio Franconieri, he’s an expat himself, living in Moscow and what’s more interesting he has managed to create a big expat community with lots of special events every week here.Antonio with his MIE project is a good friend and partner of Intermark Club ;)Enjoy your listening!Follow us on Facebook for the latest updates:Intermark - Club (your best guide in Russia) - our website:
If you are ready to listen to this podcast, go cut off the phone, take the phone off the hook, and lock the doors. You're going to have an amazing time.Episode 6 of our podcast "Intermark Talks - Moscow Expat Life” is about an important topic: How to Drive in Moscow? Does Russian traffic differ from European or other traffics? Today we will ask all important questions to our guest, Intermark Relocation consultant, Dmitry Kosachev.We will speak about driving licenses, parking, traffic rules, fines and about the most important issue – What to do if you were stopped by a police officer in Russia.Enjoy and be careful on roads!Follow us on Facebook for the latest updates: Intermark - Club (your best guide in Russia) - our website:
Welcome to Episode 5 of our series of podcasts “Intermark Talks”!Our guest this time is Malcolm C. Phillips, Principal of English International School in Moscow. Together we discussed how to find a school overseas and make an ideal choice for your children.Finding a school for your children’s future overseas international education can be tough, and we understand it. Much depends on individuality of a child, as each child is different. In our podcast we are trying to find an answer to these questions and discuss the values and specifics of education process in English International School.To get more information about EIS in Moscow visit their page: us on Facebook for the latest updates: Intermark - Club (your best guide in Russia) - our website:
Welcome to Episode Four of our series of podcasts. This time we are trying to find the answer to the ultimate question – where to eat in Moscow. Our guest is Lisa Rowe, popular blogger and author of the online project “What’s In Moscow”. Here’s top 5 cuisines to try in June in Moscow according to @whatsinmoscow:1. Abkhazian and Georgian at Acha chacha Mexican at Taco Project Italian at Tinta Indian at Darbars Korean at White Stork Lisa’s blog to find more info about best Moscow cafes and restaurants:on Facebook: Instagram: @whatsinmoscowAnd don’t forget to follow us on Facebook for the latest updates: Intermark - Club (your best guide in Russia) - also visit our website:
Episode Three in our series of podcasts is about expats’ everyday life in Moscow. Together with our guest - member of American Women's Organization of Moscow, Becky Zenkevich – we discuss the challenges of relocating to Moscow, the mission and purposes of AWO Moscow and how they support expats, the problems of culture barrier and how to deal with it, as well as give our recommendations on best places in Moscow for every occasion. To get more information about American Women's Organization of Moscow visit their page: don’t forget to follow us on Facebook for the latest updates: Intermark - Club (your best guide in Russia) - also visit our website:
In this second episode of our series of podcasts we continue to discuss the specifics of education process for expat children. Our guest is Eugenia Volodina, Deputy Head of P'titCREF 1905 Trilingual Early Education Centre. P'titCREF provides pre-school education programs in 3 languages. This training method allows children to study foreign languages in a game form according to the officially accepted programs of each country. Children have a great chance to develop the intellectual, personal and social skills.Together with Ms. Volodina we talked about best teaching techniques, how to keep a balance between creative, sports and informative activities, and also discussed how to help a child reduce the stress of studying in another country by organizing a safe, healthy and positive environment for him.To get more information about P'titCREF Trilingual Early Education Centre go to the link: don’t forget to follow us on Facebook for the latest updates: Intermark - Club (your best guide in Russia) - also visit our website:
In our first interview our guest is our long-time partner and friend Mr Jack Fox-Powell, the Head of Admissions at the International School of Moscow. ISM is one of the most popular schools among expats in Moscow. We discuss the peculiarities of education system in international schools of Moscow, we find out why the ISM is so famous, what advantages it has, who the teachers are and what kind of lessons does school offers. It is an interesting discussion which will be very helpful for foreign parents in Moscow and help them to select school in Moscow.
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