The Expat Survey in the press across Europe

The Expat Survey are discovering how British expats are feeling with the Big BreXpat Survey

Having published our interim results of the BreXpat survey on Friday 29th April 2016 on the awareness and feelings surrounding the EU referendum with regards to Brexit, we showed the sentiments that British citizens living overseas expressed. Since Friday, we are getting inquiries about the next update. We are going to keep you all posted every week with new updates. Please feel free to tweet us @expatsurvey or send us an email, we will do our best to reply to every single tweet and query!

Thank you for your support and spreading the word! The latest coverage about The Expat Survey Big BreXpat comes from the Italian Press and the Austrian Media.

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About Us is the largest ‘independent’ annual research programme of those living outside their country of origin; and is a leading authority on what, when, why and how expatriates communicate and consume. Conducted online and by post, the study is based on three extensive surveys – ‘Migration & Lifestyle’, ‘Retail & Finance’ and ‘Travel & Health’ comprising more than 150 questions including invitations for expatriates to contribute open ended responses. In addition the team communicates with expatriates of many nationalities on the ground in more than 125 countries. The Expat Survey is owned and run by a team of qualified management, research and marketing consultants with more than 25 years’ experience on the expatriate segment. It is our objective to function as a proactive research hub occupying a neutral position between media owners, companies servicing expatriates and of course those that reside outside their fatherland for more than 6 months in any 12 month period. Our research unit is not tied to any one company or owned by any one media vehicle, it prides itself in collaborating with as many providers that service expatriates as possible, in order to raise the profile of the sector as a whole.