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Swissharley replied to the thread English speaking Group in Bielsko-Biala on the Poland forum:
Swissharley initially posted:
Hi everybody Is someone interested to join an english speaking group in or around Bielsko-Biala? We are a group of British/American/Swiss and German citizen who plan to meet on a monthly basis. Please let us know when you are interested.
Swissharley replied on August 30, 2014 with:
Sorry to inform you that we have to cancel all future meetings since nobody is willing to take over the organization. Best regards to all of you. Swissharley
czarnamonka replied on July 19, 2014 with:
Hi Swissharley, I'm polish my partner is English speaking , we are planning to move to Poland around Bielsko. in Dec2014.i want him to feel more welcome in Poland and possible arrange meeting with you guys.So how often you guys having meetings?Are you all working in Poland?Do you have any content for company's looking for only English speaking people?can you help him some how to find a job around Bielsko-Biala? Many thanks for Answer Mon
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nickknock replied to the thread GDYNIA, ACCOMMODATION WANTED on the Poland forum:
kathyoreilly initially posted:
Urgently need room/flat/flatshare in or near downtown Gdynia as from 3 August 2014. I will be working at Thomson-Reuters, Damian Klop
nickknock replied on August 19, 2014 with:
dom.gratka.pl look here, ue the google translator
kathyoreilly replied on July 25, 2014 with:
Hi Lars, Thanks so much for your reply but unfortunately I am looking for a studio or 1-bedroom apartment as soon as possible. Your place sounds great - I hope you will be able to rent it out without difficulty. Kind regards, Kathy Cape Town, South Africa
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nickknock replied to the thread Any tips? on the Poland forum:
Caboose initially posted:
My husband has been offered a 2yr contract with his company which will move us from Canada to Rszezow, Poland in january 2015. Any areas we should be avoiding? how is the day-to-day life there? weather? is english spoken widely?
nickknock replied on August 19, 2014 with:
I live here, from the USA and Ireland. I would never go back. The quality of life is so much better in Poland. I am never going back.
stuart5868 replied on August 14, 2014 with:
Hi, I have been coming to Poland for 10 years and have now been living here for almost 2. It is very different to Canada and the UK where I am from. The poeple are great and friendly, the food is pretty good too, but there are propblems you will come across. The language is not an easy one to learn!! to say the least. As far as English being spoken, yes in most of the larger cities a lot of people can speak some level of English but not everyone, it is NOT a widely spoken language. The younger generation are all now learning it a school so it will make life easier in the long run. I live in a smaller town near Warsaw and very few people here of any age speak English. But I manage. There is a constant need for paperwork!! Internet is not the worlds fastest here, and TV is mainly in Polish, but with satalite TV you can on various channels turn off the Polish dubbing and you get English speaking. Cost of Living? that depends very much on where you are and mainly what sort of property you rent. My monthly bills are about - (in Canadian Dollars) Satalite TV $27 Internet $21 Electric $50 Gas $20 Car insurance $15 Food for 2 $400 So for a little over $500 plus rent and travel you can live pretty happily. Its the sort of place you will either love or hate!!! I know many people who came here and didnt last long. It really does depend on what youy want from the country. I would say go explore as much of it as you can while you are here, there are some amazing places to see. Krakow, Wroclaw and Gdansk are a must.
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nickknock replied to the thread RELOCATING TO POLAND on the Poland forum:
TonyJacobs initially posted:
Hi all. Me and my wife (Polish) are on the verge of relocating to Poland. Currently, I am in the process of learning the language as internet research showed me this is an absolute MUST. Originally, I am Russian, however I have migrated from Russia to Cyprus in 1996 and have lived in Cyprus for over 17 years now. I speak all Russian, English AND Greek as if they were my native languages. I was wondering if any of you guys could suggest how to proceed once I am in Poland. I would love to think that I will be a little more proficient in Polish language in the very near future. However, I do not know whether my knowledge of Polish will be sufficiently good to undertake a job involving the language. So, I was hoping to find employment at one of the international (multilingual) companies in Warsaw for the time being. I already started my research about this but its a lengthy process. How possible may this be? Thank you for your time and help beforehand.
nickknock replied on August 19, 2014 with:
It all depends on how much money you have There are plenty of Polish language schools in Poland. Since you speak a Slavic language you should not have a problem
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nickknock replied to the thread ship personal belonging on the Poland forum:
graciella initially posted:
What is the best shipping company to use to ship belongings when I decide to move to Poland?
nickknock replied on August 19, 2014 with:
Polonez Parcel Service
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The Bilingual People Language Recruitment Fair, sponsored by www.toplanguagejobs.pl , is the largest and most exciting exhibition of its kind dedicated to bilingual and multilingual recruitment. Due to demand from both language professionals and employers, Bilingual People returns to Krakow this year again at the Sheraton Hotel Krakow on September 6th. This event allows you to meet and discuss employment opportunities with some of the largest recruiters in the region and across Europe Face to Face. The event offers bilingual and multilingual professionals access to hundreds of available positions from leading international companies and recruitment agencies based in Poland and across Europe, in employment sectors such as Customer Service, Accountancy & Finance, IT, Sales, Marketing and Translating/Interpreting, plus many more. Whether it’s Krakow, throughout Poland or Internationally (Germany, Greece, Slovakia…) we have companies at the fair who are looking forward to meeting you and looking at making your dream career move a reality. Confirmed exhibitors include: BASF Services Europe ZIW GmbH Top Language Jobs Randstad Teleperformance Greece Delegate International Recruitment CPL - Poland SouthWestern Stefanini Philip Morris Dell s.r.o Premier Farnell TeleTech Capgemini Barona Antal International Alexander Mann Solutions Amway Business Centre Europe Why you should not miss the Bilingual People Fair : • Multinational Companies and Recruitment Agencies that are recruiting people with language skills for positions in Krakow, throughout Poland and across Europe including Germany, Greece and Slovakia. • Industries ranging from Sales, Customer Service, IT, Tech Support, Accountancy/ Finance and many more will be present at the fair • You will be able to talk to leading employers and agencies face-to-face and discuss a wide range of employment opportunities. • Companies will be conducting interviews hoping to hire staff shortly after the event from the people they meet • A full seminar programme will be taking place through the day by Industry Experts • Recruitment Professionals will be on hand to give you advice on your CV and Career Coaching. FREE online tickets will be allocated on a strict first come first serve basis. For more information about the fair and to register for your FREE ticket visit: http://www.bilingualpeople.pl/candidate/register/ We look forward to seeing you there! Bilingual People Team
Dragon7 posted Expats in Poznan? (brits or americans) on the Poland forum:
Hello, Im an english speaker living in Poznan. Im looking to meet up with some other travelers or expats here in Poznan. Anyone want to grab a beer or a coffee?
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The school is looking for the perfect deputy nursery manager to develop and fulfill the objectives of an international independent educational institution.
MarkTV replied to the thread Are you moving from UK to Poland? on the Poland forum:
MarkTV initially posted:
I am researching for a TV documentary on people who are moving from the UK to other countries to work or study or to experience a different way of life. We are looking to film a pilot where we would interview people who are preparing to move, making plans and doing research, or even just dreaming about what life abroad would be like. If you are based in the north of England and thinking about moving to Poland and would be interested in being interviewed for our film please get in touch. And if you have any questions for me, please post them below. Cheers
MarkTV replied most recently with:
Hi Ian, Did you receive my email about our film? We are still really keen to talk with you if you are still available! Kind regards, Mark
gossip replied most recently with:
Hello, I would be interested in speaking to you. You can email me iansoffice@gmail.com
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