We are on a mission to unlock the potential of international talent through a community that supports growth and independence. We believe we all have unique skills we can use to contribute to the societies we live in, no matter where in the world we are.
The founder Nikol Mard says:
"I come from the Czech Republic and have lived in Ireland and Norway. Each time I moved I had to not only rebuild my professional and social network, but to recreate myself as a person.
Practice makes perfect, they say, but it doesn't apply to international moves. It's never easy to start from the scratch in a new place (and, let's face it, some places are more challenging than others). That's why I started building a community for international professionals to get access to tools and resources to thrive wherever they are, to help them recreate themselves in a way that brings them joy and satisfaction, and to share, support and lift each other up."
By joining Network for Work you'll get access to tools and resources to help you create and find meaningful work opportunities, as well as a supportive community of like-minded, motivated and talented internationals and Network for Work ambassadors.
We're about much more than just work.
We believe in creating a life where career and private life are in perfect balance, just the way YOU want it at this point in your life. We believe in realizing the potential of everyone who wants to or needs to make changes in their professional life, in a way that sparks joy and fulfillment.
Moving and living abroad at some point in one's life seems to be the new norm. This constitute a challenge to the traditional ways of working and building one's career. But what we look at it not as a challenge but rather an advantage?
What if we are at the forefront of the future of work?
Being creative about work, thinking outside the box, exploring new career paths, using digital economy, being entrepreneurial, and constantly learning are the news ways of thinking about jobs and work. 'Learn to earn' is the single most important skill for the future job market and we, who have moved abroad and had to find new, creative ways of engaging in a meaningful work, have a head-start for what the future is going to bring.