Angloinfo is the world's largest network of websites for English-speakers living abroad.
We are in more than 40 countries so there’s probably an Angloinfo site wherever you’re going.
Our global team is dominated by people living outside their passport countries. We understand that living in a new place is very different from simply moving there. Daily life takes over and priorities change - getting a visa, a job or a house is no longer the most important task of the day. Now it’s time to find a mechanic, make new friends, exchange your driver’s licence, take a day trip, and find the best playgrounds, restaurants, football team or nightclub.
Angloinfo is an online doorway to an offline community. Most of our regional sites are managed by local franchisees who work within, and together with, the English-speaking community in their adopted homes.
As we’ve done from the very beginning, we’re continuing to expand into new regions and countries, broadening our global presence to help users throughout the world find information specific to their local region, in the English language.
WHO WE ARE
A truly global team
At Angloinfo HQ, we’re passionate about travel, new experiences and life in general. Most of us are or have been expats so we understand the soaring highs and challenging lows of expat life. Our mission is to take the hard work out of your expat adventure, wherever in the world that might be.
Most of our regional websites around the world are owned and run by a team of dedicated and equally passionate franchisees who work tirelessly to assist expats in their local area. We’re also supported by a loyal band of freelance editors based all over the world, without whom we wouldn’t be able to keep you up-to-date with the goings-on of expat life in your area. Then there are our technology team who span the globe from Oxfordshire to Miami to Manila and back again. Each local Angloinfo website is backed by a truly global effort.
Senior Sales Executive
Sales Team Co-ordinator
HEAD OF SALES
SALES COACH AND TRAINER
Head of Franchising
Senior Account Manager
Advertising Sales Manager
Advertising Sales Manager
Naomi Stewart Hale
Group Account Manager
Angloinfo has come a long way from Mike and Wendy’s kitchen table in 1999...
MILLION MONTHLY PAGEVIEWS
THOUSAND REGISTERED USERS
The idea for a website that connected English-speaking expats with English-speaking local service-providers was born in Cape Town and travelled with Mike Hardaker and Wendy Wilson when they moved to their new home on the French Riviera.
When they arrived there, they pounded the pavement, picked up the phone and searched the internet for mechanics, plumbers, hairdressers and lawyers who could communicate with expats unable to speak French.
The first generation of Angloinfo was officially launched on the 1st of September 2000, welcoming in a new century.
Three years later Angloinfo was not only a strong local directory but also an online encyclopedia of how-tos for expats: how to rent a house, buy a car, connect the electricity or choose a school. It had also become an important way for expats to communicate with each other and the forum was a virtual lifeline for many new arrivals.
In 2005, Angloinfo expanded in a big way thanks to a round of investment funding and the hiring of experienced international managers. Five new French sites were launched along with Angloinfo Cyprus, the first franchise to open outside France.
A few years later the company was sold, heralding a new era in business development. New franchises were launched in more than 40 countries and Angloinfo is now fast closing in on 100 regional sites around the world.
New products like Angloinfo Property and Angloinfo Jobs broaden the services offered to our readers. Our research and surveys add to the global knowledge base on expats and international migration. And, our expanding international team keeps us focused and knowledgeable on what matters to citizens of the world.
To celebrate its 15th birthday, Angloinfo launched a completely new look and a new philosophy. Gone is the anonymous formality of earlier years. We are proud to work here and we want everyone to know the team that helps create and maintain the 4 million pages that serve you, one of more than 3 million valued readers every month.
Have you changed much in the last 15 years? Us too. We can’t wait to see what the next 15 bring.
How We Help
Helping charities, non-profits and expat groups around the world…
Connecting English-speaking expats in and to their adopted communities is what we do. Our members and our employees (who are members too) do some pretty nice things to help others, giving of themselves to enrich their local communities. Since 2000, AngloINFO has partnered with local charities, NGOs and non-profit organisations around the world to do our part in the communities where we live.
What can we do to help your charity?
We can help support your mission by extending your reach among expats via our blogs, social media and on-site advertising. We have helped organisations:
- find voluntary staff
- advertise fundraising events
- promote public awareness campaigns
- and much more
We’ve helped schools, sports clubs, health awareness campaigns, religious organisations, animal charities and youth groups, as well as consulates and public safety initiatives, to spread their word among expats in your local area and around the globe.
So, if your non-profit needs a hand, get in touch with us and we’ll do what we can to help.
We’re happy to say we’ve worked with these great organisations:
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