“It’s time for expat women to invest in their own personal and professional growth “argues Nima Ali, Co-Founder of the new international network for professional women, LinkMotility.
Networking is more than a vital part of the LinkMotility market - it IS the market! And it’s something that we all struggle with, no matter how long we’ve been doing it.
As sponsored wives (aka “trailing spouses”), women often give up careers in their home countries to go overseas. Sure, they can try to find jobs in Qatar, but depending on the family, it may or ma
The number of successful women entrepreneurs is on the rise. Today, a lot more women are taking the initiative and turning towards setting up and running their own businesses.
Do you want to get rid of the “trailing spouse” label that’s become part of your life since your partner took on a new job responsibility in another country?
‘It’s about who you know, not what you know’.
Sitting at my favorite coffee shop in Plaza Mont Kiara, I gazed out the window wondering how I would recognize the woman I was supposed to meet that day, and how she would me.
Nadia feels blessed to have traveled around the world as an expat, but there is still one ingredient missing: her professional identity!
It seem like an easy question to answer; "Who are you?" But the fact is most people will hesitate, and find it far more difficult than first assumed.
We admire women who have a desire to change the world and have dedicated their time, talent and skills to make it a better place.