Expatsradio.com was started at the end of 2005 as a small test website to see if anybody would actually be interested in talking to us or listening to what we had to say. The answer? A resounding yes! Since then through a number of exciting developments and collaborations we have become even better.
Our aim was simple: to create a site which would provide people already living or contemplating moving abroad with information on important issues like finance and law, compiled by our team, experts or the listeners themselves.
The medium of audio proved to be not only useful and practical, but also popular and entertaining.
Entertainment is an important word at Expats radio for who wants only practical information? We are now able to provide everything from morning stories to music programmes. Regular topics include gardening, cookery, horoscopes and news.
The associated website grew surprisingly quickly and warranted a massive upgrade. This has given the site a new, modern and professional look together with the latest high tech facilities, which in turn has seen a large jump in both site traffic and interest.
Strong ties have been formed and an ever more varied programming schedule is evolving as more presenters and reporters are joining the team. Listeners are making contact directly and recording their own programmes for us to use.
This launch marked a huge leap in not just technology but also what Expats radio can offer. It has changed the very way in which business is conducted and how articles and programmes are handled.
Starting with a very small team Expatsradio has expanded quite rapidly to incorporate a host of skilled professionals from journalists to animators and from web developers to marketing specialists. We haven't changed our honest, down to Earth approach which our users and clients like, we are just as easy to speak to and happy to discuss new ideas and collaborations as we have always been.
Today Expats radio is not just another website but a powerful, free resource available worldwide via computer or mobile phone. It is now relied on by many for its high quality impartial advice offered in text, audio and video format at the click of a button.
The past has been bright but the future looks positively blinding. With an ever growing list of contributors as well as soaring visitor numbers and an extensive expansion plan soon to encompass many more countries, there seems to be no limit to what expatsradio.com can achieve.
If you would like to know more, get involved or perhaps become a sponsor contact us and we will be happy to have a chat. You can also request our free information pack.