• Reply to: Want us to share your story?

     

    Please share with us!

    We appreciate a good story and being inspired by other women. Besides sharing your experiece with our readers and members, a LinkMotility article will promote you, your business or your employer doing something good for someone else (and we all know that sending out a good vibe will always find its way back).

    We will promote the articles in the Newsletter and in social media like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. You are welcome to share, link to and use the articles in your own marketing - as long as you use LinkMotility as a reference.

    Please contact Trine Tveen Nielsen, Managing Director of Communication for more information:
    trine@linkmotility.com

  • Reply to: Are you our next guest speaker?

    Please share with us!

    We would like to invite you as a guest speaker, to motivate, inspire and enlighten our members. Your audience will include expat women and local business women from numerous professional backgrounds and positions in Malaysia and Qatar.
    We are delighted to offer you the opportunity to put you and your skills in the spotlight, and we are looking forward working with you!

     

    The opportunity!

    As a guest speaker and service provider, LinkMotility will offer you access to an audience that can become an ambassador for you. Our mission is to create a winwin solution where our members will get in
    touch with professional service providers and where you will be able to grow your business and introduce yourself to an audience full of opportunities with whom you can grow meaningful connections.
    Let us introduce you to your next client, service provider, employee or employer!

     

    The exposure!

    As a guest speaker, your personal and business profile will be boosted through a pre- and post-marketing event campaign:

    Pre-marketing event

    • Series of articles about the event featuring topics on the guest speaker will be published in the Blog Forum on our website and in the LinkMotility monthly Newsletter
    • Personal and business profiles featured in articles / interviews with LinkMotility copywriters
    • Marketing campaigns on social media designed and run by LinkMotility
    • The possibility to link to your website to the articles and tag you or your company in the social media postings
       

    Post-marketing campaign

    • The opportunity to use the recordings and the pictures taken during the event for your own marketing. All copyrights on those materials shall be the property of LinkFacility Inc.
    • During the event you would have the possibility to market and promote your own services and offers

     

    Your audience ...

    • is a woman searching for inspiration and motivation to boost her career
    • is always looking for good contacts, inspiration and new opportunities
    • is willing to share her experience and contacts
    • is curious about other cultures, customs and methods

    Local member
    The local member is highly educated and her cultural background gives her a natural instinct to network amongst her trusted relations, which make her well connected. She has studied abroad and masters several languages to perfection. She is polite, humble (not to be confused with shy) and hard working, either selfemployed, employed or is starting up a business.

    The Local Opportunity Seeker
    Being raised in a country developing with an unprecedented growth in the last several years, and even greater growth predicted for the future, the local member wishes to take part in this development. She wants to explore new markets, change her career or perhaps even launch a new company or product.

    The Local Professional
    She is a highly educated business woman, hardworking and committed to her position. She is searching for inspiration to boost her career, smooth her work-live balance and still reach the next level in her career. She is curious, well connected, and willing to inspire her fellow members in business and life.

    The Local Entrepreneur
    She wants to break away from the man-dominated business culture of her country. Riding the new wave of female entrepreneurs, she belongs to a category of brave, independent and passionated
    women in business. She is looking for inspiration and international contacts to help her enter the market abroad or wants to connect with the Expat-society to access the resources of experienced international “hands-on professionals”.


    Expat member
    The Expat member has a distinct international profile with a highly developed adaptability. Multilingual and multicultural, she has lived or worked in more than one country. As a professional, business owner or simply in transition of her career, she is focused on her professional and personal growth through leadership, education and networking. Highly educated with a graduate degree and in their prime (25 to 50 years old), these women are at different stages in their professional life.

    The Expat Opportunity Seeker
    Having lived through multiple relocations with her family, she has put her career on hold and is struggling with it. Either to renew her professional identity, start a new career or business or simply to learn, she is ready to take action.

    The Professional Expat
    The “odd man out”; either relocated internationally by her employer or moved abroad for her career, the professional expat woman represents a minority in this men-dominated world. She is looking to connect with like-minded women and expand her network.

    The Expat-preneur
    She has established (or wants to establish) her own business internationally or in her host country. Through active cooperation and networking, she is looking to connect with other established businesses and networks to promote her business, and exchange knowledge and experience.

     

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  • Reply to: Are you our next guest speaker?

    Please share with us!

    We would like to invite you as a guest speaker, to motivate, inspire and enlighten our members. Your audience will include expat women and local business women from numerous professional backgrounds and positions in Malaysia and Qatar.
    We are delighted to offer you the opportunity to put you and your skills in the spotlight, and we are looking forward working with you!

     

    The opportunity!

    As a guest speaker and service provider, LinkMotility will offer you access to an audience that can become an ambassador for you. Our mission is to create a winwin solution where our members will get in
    touch with professional service providers and where you will be able to grow your business and introduce yourself to an audience full of opportunities with whom you can grow meaningful connections.
    Let us introduce you to your next client, service provider, employee or employer!

     

    The exposure!

    As a guest speaker, your personal and business profile will be boosted through a pre- and post-marketing event campaign:

    Pre-marketing event

    • Series of articles about the event featuring topics on the guest speaker will be published in the Blog Forum on our website and in the LinkMotility monthly Newsletter
    • Personal and business profiles featured in articles / interviews with LinkMotility copywriters
    • Marketing campaigns on social media designed and run by LinkMotility
    • The possibility to link to your website to the articles and tag you or your company in the social media postings
       

    Post-marketing campaign

    • The opportunity to use the recordings and the pictures taken during the event for your own marketing. All copyrights on those materials shall be the property of LinkFacility Inc.
    • During the event you would have the possibility to market and promote your own services and offers

     

    Your audience ...

    • is a woman searching for inspiration and motivation to boost her career
    • is always looking for good contacts, inspiration and new opportunities
    • is willing to share her experience and contacts
    • is curious about other cultures, customs and methods

    Local member
    The local member is highly educated and her cultural background gives her a natural instinct to network amongst her trusted relations, which make her well connected. She has studied abroad and masters several languages to perfection. She is polite, humble (not to be confused with shy) and hard working, either selfemployed, employed or is starting up a business.

    The Local Opportunity Seeker
    Being raised in a country developing with an unprecedented growth in the last several years, and even greater growth predicted for the future, the local member wishes to take part in this development. She wants to explore new markets, change her career or perhaps even launch a new company or product.

    The Local Professional
    She is a highly educated business woman, hardworking and committed to her position. She is searching for inspiration to boost her career, smooth her work-live balance and still reach the next level in her career. She is curious, well connected, and willing to inspire her fellow members in business and life.

    The Local Entrepreneur
    She wants to break away from the man-dominated business culture of her country. Riding the new wave of female entrepreneurs, she belongs to a category of brave, independent and passionated
    women in business. She is looking for inspiration and international contacts to help her enter the market abroad or wants to connect with the Expat-society to access the resources of experienced international “hands-on professionals”.


    Expat member
    The Expat member has a distinct international profile with a highly developed adaptability. Multilingual and multicultural, she has lived or worked in more than one country. As a professional, business owner or simply in transition of her career, she is focused on her professional and personal growth through leadership, education and networking. Highly educated with a graduate degree and in their prime (25 to 50 years old), these women are at different stages in their professional life.

    The Expat Opportunity Seeker
    Having lived through multiple relocations with her family, she has put her career on hold and is struggling with it. Either to renew her professional identity, start a new career or business or simply to learn, she is ready to take action.

    The Professional Expat
    The “odd man out”; either relocated internationally by her employer or moved abroad for her career, the professional expat woman represents a minority in this men-dominated world. She is looking to connect with like-minded women and expand her network.

    The Expat-preneur
    She has established (or wants to establish) her own business internationally or in her host country. Through active cooperation and networking, she is looking to connect with other established businesses and networks to promote her business, and exchange knowledge and experience.

     

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  • Reply to: It's all about seizing new opportunities!

    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. We had not met prior but I had come across her Facebook page “Just Ask About Kuala Lumpur” dedicated to the advertising of events for expats in Malaysia and decided to contact her.


    As I waited, I studied each woman walking into the establishment when one in particular approached me; boxing gloves hung on her shoulder, sporting fitness attire, pixie hair and huge smile, she re-introduced herself as Susan. Immediately an aura of positivity filled the joint. Smiling, I greeted her back and soon after conversation was flowing with very little effort at all. In the following interview, we learn about snippets of her life as an expat woman and business owner of a relocation company.

     


    You see yourself as a global citizen more than a British citizen … why is that?
    I left United Kingdom at 13 when my family relocated to Hong Kong and never went back! My journey as expat has been an exciting adventure which has taken me to so many wonderful countries over the years. I met my husband in Hong Kong where he has also moved from the UK at a young age. We had our eldest daughter Nicola in Hong Kong before moving to Canada where our youngest daughter, Jessica was born. From then on, we’ve been lucky enough that my husband’s job has taken us to some fantastic countries, dotting mostly around Asia every few years with a stint in the Middle East. Malaysia is now country number 10 for our family!

     


    What made you take this leap of faith into the business world?
    Having been an expat for most of my life, I always had different experiences in each city I had lived in, some more challenging than others. I felt that the knowledge I had built over time would be useful for first time expats who are new to a different culture.


    After we moved to KL, I met my business partner, Victoria, who set up Just Arrived Sdn. Brhd in June 2015. During our time in Bangkok I did a similar job for a large relocation company there. I knew instinctively that my skills and experience would contribute to the development of the business. I decided to take the leap and bought into it. Now I get to combine my experience and passion on a daily basis and I love meeting new people. It’s great being able to provide expats with the tools they need in order to have a smooth transition into a new country.
    Victoria and I are equal partners in the company; I manage the Malaysian arm while Victoria who has recently relocated to Dubai with her family plans to expand the business there. You never know what expat life will throw at you; it’s about being open to new opportunities and seizing them.

     


    What do you wish you would have known before getting involved with Justarrived.asia?
    I didn’t set the business up directly so that might be a question for Victoria but I really haven’t come across anything at this stage that has surprised me. I feel very comfortable in this type of industry.

     

     

    How would you describe the impact your experience as expat woman had on your journey as business woman?
    Being an expat 100% helped my business. If I hadn’t lived the expat life, I wouldn’t have the experience needed to really help people move to a new country and settle down.

     

     


    How do you think other fellow expat women, who would like to set up a business, could relate to your experience and what advice would you give them?
    I think it’s about finding out what you are passionate about and making sure you get out there and meet as many people as possible in order to apply your passion. Expat women are in a great position to network as the landscape is constantly evolving with people moving from country to country all the time. Definitely take advantage of your surroundings, the opportunities are endless and it’s never too late!

     

     

    How do you measure success?
    For me, success is measured by happiness and passion. I’m passionate about travel and I’m incredibly fortunate that it has become my life so being able to help others embark on their own adventures is very rewarding for me.

     

     


    Who is your role model and why?
    I don’t have one particular role model. Many women I know, whether professional or not, are role models in different ways. Some have strived to be successful businesswomen and have had to juggle children and a career. Others are not professional but have dedicated many hours to making life better for those less fortunate. I have great admiration for all my friends who have had their own struggles and successes.

     

     

    Last and not least, how do you see the next step in your journey?
    There is always space for learning when you get involved in a business so I’m looking forward to all the successes and struggles along the way. I also hope that I am able to inspire women who might want to turn their passion or their great idea into a business. KL is an exciting expat hub so I’m looking forward to growing the business here and taking on some more challenges.

     

    You can meet Susan and other inspiring women in our many events for professional women here

     

    www.justarrived.asia