Maori Culture: Discover an Indigenous Cultural Group of New Zealand

This June has prepared something very special for us: a performance of Maori cultural group. The group takes its origin in New Zealand. This year, they celebrate 155 years since first Czechs arrived to New Zealand and settled in a town called Puhoi, located in the Northern island. Their performance is truly unique and filled with traditional dance and songs and will take place at ArtBar Druhý Pád on June 4. Below you can read a short interview with Frank Tomas Grapl, the leader of native Maori cultural performance group Whakaari Rotorua.

Meet Master Multitasker: Our Relocation Consultant Zdeněk

Juggling between work and social life can be hard sometimes, we all know that. Our colleague Zdeněk has the game quite figured out: he´s now working on getting his Master´s degree in International Relations in the West-Bohemia University, doing 1-year research for the University as well, has an internship at the Institue of International Relations in Prague, working full-time for Foreigners as a Relocation Consultant and still manage to have enough time for his family, girlfriend, friends and travelling the world. Let´s get to know him a little better!

SingLOVÉ: A New Project for Singles in Brno

Singles also want to have fun! Martina, the creator of SingLOVÉ project, knows how to do it right.  She and her team organize different events for single people in Brno who want to spend quality time, meet new people or their soulmate. Wine and chocolate tastings, picnics, workshops and good company… Interested? Then you should definitely read further!

How to Find a Job in the Czech Republic: Social Media

In the modern world, many ways to find a job exist. The Internet opens its vast expanses for applicants. In addition to the well-known websites for job search and recruitment agencies, there is another slightly less popular way to find a job  – social networks. Online social network sites have become an essential forum to advertise your skills and allow you to establish your social brand, network with people online, identify job opportunities, and turn those leads into real-life job opportunities.

Temporary vs. Permanent Residence in the Czech Republic

What is the difference between temporary residence and permanent residence – is one of the most asked questions we get from our clients. Do you have to obtain health insurance? Can you buy a property or take a mortgage? In this article, we have arranged all the information regarding this topic, so you can have a clear view of it. So, let’s sort it out together!

A Turkish Student Müge: It’s Surprising for Me How Czechs Handle So Much Beer

If you have visited any Foreigners event in Brno at least once, you might’ve seen a cheerful and friendly Turkish girl who is nothing but positive energy and constant smiles. Why does she attend events for expats on a regular basis and what does she do in Brno? Find out in the interview!

Relocation Consultant Tatiana Raszkova: With a Positive Attitude, Even a Trip to the Maldives Is Possible

Meet Tatiana Raszkova – our Relocation Consultant at Foreigners Brno office! For her outstanding performance and reaching her goal last year, she was rewarded with a vacation trip to the Maldives. For the first time in Foreigners history, someone was rewarded with such a trip! In this interview, we will ask her about her job responsibilities, hobbies, favourite places in Brno, and, of course, her trip to the Maldives!

How to Find a Job in the Czech Republic: Employment Websites

Applying for a job in the Czech Republic can serve as one of the real opportunities to move to this flourishing European country. Of course, people are confronted with the question of where to look for work? Nowadays, many things can be done via Internet – the job search is no exception. Read this article to learn more about finding a job in the Czech Republic!

The Second Official Recommendation for UK Citizens Residing in Czechia: the Certificate of Temporary Residence Won’t be Enough

Negotiations on the future relations between the European Union and the United Kingdom after Brexit are still ongoing. We are notifying you about the recent update from the Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic (the MOI). For reasons of legal certainty and saving time in future, the MOI advises the citizens of the United Kingdom who reside in the Czech Republic to apply for a Long-term Residence permit or a Permanent Residence Permit.