„eine Brücke zwischen verschiedenen Kulturen durch eine Community zu bauen, in der Locals und Internationals sich gegenseitig unterstützen, um jedem das Gefühl zu geben, zuhause zu sein.“
“Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home”
ExpatsTribe wants to create a modern version of a Tribe. Their members, the Insiders meet and help each other. New local joiners feel instantly welcomed by the community because they share common objectives and values: kindness, curiosity and getting the best out of the place they are in today.
Expats and locals meet here, in a platform that aims at making everyone feel at home. Whether you live in a place for a month, a year, or a lifetime has no importance, it is up to you to call this place home and really enjoy what it has to offer, that’s what the Tribe is for! Insiders connect online, but experience locally.
Thanks to the Forum, Insiders share essential information needed to settle in a new city without losing time. The Insiders Tribe Events offers venues to meet and share, and the Insiders Tribe Deals help empower local business. Insiders who are the most active at sharing information, tips, and promoting local activities will be the local administrators, and help expand globally the community.
ExpatsTribe’s goal is to simplify the process to settle in a new city, and for that they offer a lean and organized website, where topics are categorized and the most important information is highlighted and condensed.
It is their priority that members find the same page formats in all cities, and feel at ease navigating the content wherever they are.
- October/November – Creation of logo. Launch of the Website. Negotiate first deal. Legal form for the startup defined. Reach +50 members
- December – First event. +150 members. + 3 deals to offer to members. Identify partners.
- January – +300 members. All functions from the website working. Social media channels covered. Ready to be adapted to other cities
- Dalila Guez
Yann Guez (Data and business analysis expert), Iselie Iglesias
and Rudolph Castaneda (Web Design consultant)