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New on the blog: Individual services for Expats in Stuttgart

Individual services for expats in Stuttgart

A little while ago I talked about offering individual services for Expats in Stuttgart and everybody who’s planning to move here. And today I can finally announce – tatatataaaaaa: They are online! Hurray 🙂

I get many questions from readers who plan to move to Stuttgart and who worry about the one or other thing. This inspired my for the first individual service for Expats in Stuttgart: 

Services for Expats in Stuttgart: Local Buddy – Welcome Package

Local Buddy Stuttgart
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It’s always hard to arrive in a new city. I know this from own experience. Everything is new and feels strange. And if you don’t speak the language it is even more tricky to find your way around. Having a local by your side definitely helps and makes settling down way easier. The Local Buddy – Welcome Package does just that. On two meetings on two separate days I will show you Stuttgart through the eyes of a local. We start with your new neighborhood on the first meeting, then we explore the city center together. I will help you feel like a local within hours.

Sound’s interesting? Find out more about the Local Buddy – Welcome Package and save more than 30 % during the introductory period:

Local Buddy – Welcome Package

The idea for the second individual service for Expats in Stuttgart came when I talked to some of you guys about learning German. German is definitely a difficult language and nothing you pick up over night. Many of the expats I talked to studied German before they arrived in Stuttgart. But what they lacked was the opportunity to use their German skills, to actually talk to a native speaker. So here comes my individual service for everybody, who plans to move to Stuttgart:

Services for everybody who’s preparing to move here: Stuttgart focused Language Training

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When you’re planning to move to Stuttgart and want to brush up your German language skills in advance, Stuttgart focused Language Training is the key. In every web based session (eg via Skype) you will not only have the opportunity to speak a lot of German, you will also learn what’s going on in Stuttgart at the moment. Every session will be based on one article in German about a topic that’s hot in Stuttgart right now. Moreover you will have the chance to ask me questions about Stuttgart and thus I can help you to get to know your new hometown better than some locals do – even before you arrive here!

Klingt das interessant? Dann erfahre mehr über das Stuttgart focused Language Training und spare über 30 %, wenn du bis zum 30 Juni 2018 buchst! (That was German by the way ;-))

Stuttgart focused Language Training

Last but not least: more services are in preparation. I would love to start a conversation group with you guys who are already living in Stuttgart, speak a bit of German but who would love to practise it while meeting new people and talking about fun and interesting topics at the same time.

Services for Expats in Stuttgart: Conversation Group

Conversation group in Stuttgart
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Would you be interested in participating in such a conversation group? Then fill out the contact form below and let me know! I will keep your email address and write to you as soon as I start a conversation group here in Stuttgart.


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Hello and welcome to "living in Stuttgart". I am Mel and I love this beautiful city. There are so many things to explore, I can't wait sharing them with you. So come along and let me show you Stuttgart the way I see it.

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