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„Best International Destination Services Provider 2012/2013 and 2014/2015“
Management Mobility Consulting has again won the Re:locate Award for 2014 / 2015 as "Best International Destination Service Provider"
„Specialist – Company Relocation Service Provider of the Year 2015“
Management Mobility Consulting was awarded as "Specialist - Company Relocation Service Provider of the Year - France" in February 2015 by the magazine M&A Today.
„Excellence in Relocation Management Services 2017“
Management Mobility Consulting has won the "Innovation and Excellence Awards 2017" in the area of "Excellence in Relocation Management Services".
Switzerland, whose official title is "the Swiss Confederation" (a.k.a. Confoederatio Helvetica in Latin, hence its ISO country codes CH and CHE), is a confederation of 26 independent states (cantons) without an official capital. In practice Bern is the seat of the federal authorities and has all the functions of a capital. The four spoken languages (French, German, Italian, and the Rhaeto-Romance language Romansh) are the country's official languages and none of these languages is preferred to another.
Switzerland is one of the world's richest countries. This is mainly due to great price stability and to Swiss multinationals such as Rolex, Nescafe, UBS, or Swatch. The watch industry and mechanical construction, as well as business, health, and education are thus very important for the country.
There is no national health insurance fund in Switzerland. Private funds cannot refuse customers so that everyone may receive some essential health assistance.
Every Swiss canton has its own educational policy so the programs, courses, and even the mandatory ages for children to go to school may vary from one region to another.
Most expatriates settle in Basel, Bern, Geneva, and Zurich. The real estate market may vary depending on the chosen canton. Usually, expatriates decide to rent an apartment but the purchase of a house is not unusual. The choice depends mostly of the duration of expatriation, and of the expatriate's needs and budget.