Clements Worldwide Backs Massive Global Expat Research Initiative

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Global insurer provides collaborative support of recently launched worldwide expat research program.

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Clements is proud to be a collaborative partner and offer our support this valuable research initiative.

Clements Worldwide, leading provider of international insurance solutions for expatriates, proudly plays key role in one of the world’s largest expat research programs. Expressly developed to garner insight about key trends and issues affecting individuals living outside of their country of origin, the Expat Survey program will reach an anticipated audience of more than 10 million expats around the globe.

The global expat community, estimated at 220 million individuals, regularly faces dynamic and complex challenges. Under the direction of ex-head of research for BBC World and the ex-research director for Saatchi & Saatchi, the Expat Survey delves into the most predominant challenges affecting the lives of expats:

  •     Migration and Lifestyle
  •     Retail and Finance
  •     Travel and Health

Launched on July 15th, the Expat Survey aims to compile useful, research-based intelligence about the challenges of expatriate life across all nationalities and territories. Those who complete the survey at theexpatsurvey.com will be entered into a prize draw to win £1,000 to keep for themselves or to donate to a UK charity of their choice.

Dan Tuman, senior vice president of sales at Clements, remarks about the positive impact of the Expat Survey: “Clements is committed to delivering world-class insurance solutions and excellent customer service to our valued clients, located in over 170 countries. With the information garnered from the Expat Survey, we expect to help expats even more during their overseas experience. Clements is proud to be a collaborative partner and offer our support this valuable research initiative.”

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