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From India/Italy/Hong Kong to Switzerland

Hi,

I reached Switzerland a few days ago. I moved here after living in Hong Kong for 13 years.

I'm half Indian and half Italian origin. Well i guess what else can i say...

It feels nice and strange to be here. Its so different from Hong Kong. My family lives in Switzerland so for the moment i'm staying with them till i find my own apartment. At the moment i'm near Nyon.

I was laid off last year from a bank since the recession and i'm looking for a job now. I guess any industry or job which i find interesting. I also teach Yoga and love outdoor activities.

Out of the whole lot, my dog is thrilled to be here. This place is so dog friendly. Hong Kong was a nightmare for dogs.

Hope to see you all around in the forum

Angie
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Re: From India/Italy/Hong Kong to Switzerland

Welcome to the forum. As far as job hunt is concerned, what is your core area of experties?
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Re: From India/Italy/Hong Kong to Switzerland

Thanks

I'v worked in an airline/ hotels/ service industry for 15 years after which i did my MBA and joined a bank...only to be laid off. Hahaha! Hilarious!

So i guess my expertise is anything to do with aviation, customer service- building customer service framework, training people. Analysing what the market offers and what it needs and what the company is actually doing. Strategic side for customer service front. Find the gaps.

After my MBA, i'm quite open to new opportunties as well. As long i find the right fit for me in the company and so does the employer.
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Re: From India/Italy/Hong Kong to Switzerland

Hi Angie, welcome to the forum I cross my fingers for your job search. May I ask you to update the location in your profile?
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Re: From India/Italy/Hong Kong to Switzerland

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Hi,

I reached Switzerland a few days ago. I moved here after living in Hong Kong for 13 years.

I'm half Indian and half Italian origin. Well i guess what else can i say...

It feels nice and strange to be here. Its so different from Hong Kong. My family lives in Switzerland so for the moment i'm staying with them till i find my own apartment. At the moment i'm near Nyon.

I was laid off last year from a bank since the recession and i'm looking for a job now. I guess any industry or job which i find interesting. I also teach Yoga and love outdoor activities.

Out of the whole lot, my dog is thrilled to be here. This place is so dog friendly. Hong Kong was a nightmare for dogs.

Hope to see you all around in the forum

Angie


Welcome to Switzerland Angie. If you are looking for some Indian stuff, you will get lots of things here in Zurich. Hope you would have great time here. Enjoy
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