Infographic: Rise Of Expat-preneur And Its Demographic

Aug 31, 2016 1 Min Read
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The term “expat-preneur” was originally coined by Yvonne McNulty, and has become a loose nickname for those people inspired and daring enough to pack their bags and look for a new challenge abroad.

This graphic uses expat expertise to research and chart this pioneering group, and shows where they’re making it big, taking risks and how they use their experience and intellect to drive success, with some surprising results.

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