Living Abroad magazineâ€™s new website, a definitive, up-to-date resource for people planning to move, work and live abroad, will launch in February 2010.
Online PR News – 28-January-2010 – – Edinburgh, UK, January 28, 2010 -- Living Abroad magazineâ€™s new website, a definitive, up-to-date resource for people planning to move, work and live abroad, will launch in February 2010. The website was developed to be a genuine, online resource for relocation, with valuable real-life stories and the latest news, as well as an easy to use magazine subscription facility. It will build an interactive online community of readers and experts who can share their experiences and advice.
The website, a manual for building a new life abroad, will include the hottest news; essential emigration guidance and insider tips, including residency application and citizenships, as well as a dedicated finance section. Website visitors will be able to read inspirational, difficulty conquering, stories in the â€˜We Did itâ€™ section and search for ideal homes and new jobs in the property and career sections. The website includes specific advice on how to avoid being spotted as an outsider and a directory of great sites and blogs to further assist aspiring expats. And for those not ready to commit to a full move, the travel section gives recommendation on fantastic destinations and holiday ideas.
For further information please contact The Media Company on 0131 226 7766. Editorial - Sue Hitchen, Advertising Sales - Bill Mackay. Press Enquiries - Roben Hera.
* Living Abroad magazine was launched in June 2006 by The Media Company Publications ltd.
* Readers of the magazine are primarily ABC1â€™s, aged 25-plus, who are planning to buy a home abroad or own a second home abroad which they live in part of the year, as well as property investors looking worldwide.
* Living Abroad magazine has a print run of 40,000 and is available in leading newsagent, mainline stations and airports, as well as via subscriptions.
Living Abroad Magazine
21 Royal Circus
Edinburgh, Scotland EH3 6TL
0131 226 7766