Delivering high quality, suitable, reliable services to fit with your exclusive requirements and expectations
Guaranteeing absolute privacy and confidentiality
Providing our customers a single point of contact
Relying on qualified and like-minded partners
Taking care of the detail to bring you certainty and satisfaction
Freeing you up to focus on the job in hand
Guiding you on practical and emotional process of the moving to relieve you of stress
Nancy LAVERY MOREAU
Nancy LAVERY MOREAU has extensive experience in expatriation and repatriation. She has immigrated to many countries around the world as an expatriate spouse. She has a broad professional background in services management in different countries.
Following graduation she pursued a two-year vocational diploma in Finance. Nancy then decided to enter a reputable Business School to study Marketing.
Her expatriation life started in London, followed by Melbourne, Australia where she worked as a sales manager in a Telecoms company. She returned to France in 2002 where Nancy applied her management competencies to large accounts managing big IT projects. She worked in this capacity for seven years managing teams with upwards of 60 people.
In 2009, Nancy followed her husband to a new expatriation in Algeria, her first Muslim country. There, she worked as a marketing project manager in pharmaceuticals for three years. She moved to Iran with her family in 2013.
Over the past two years, Nancy has developed her knowledge of Farsi, and has discovered her new home city: Tehran. Her great social skills have afforded her a large expat and Iranian network. Now she has decided to share her knowledge with other expatriate families and to set up: Happy Mobility Relocation Services.
Shahrzad AFRASHTEH has a solid business management background having headed various divisions in the National Health Service in London for 13 years and prior to that organised medical conventions across the US as part of a communications company based in Los Angeles.
Shahrzad spent her childhood in the United Kingdom and Switzerland, but later moved to the United States for further education. She has a masters from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) in Middle Eastern History and gained her BA in International Relations in New York.
She moved to Iran in 2013 for a career-break and to discover her homeland. Finding herself ‘in the right place at the right’ time she decided to stay on to apply of her international background and connections, to make the most of the new opportunities.
In the past two years she worked as Senior Editor for Financial Tribune, the Iranian English language news daily and recently as Country Project Manager for BHB Emissary the organisers of the Europe-Iran Forum, where she coordinated a delegation of over one hundred Iranians to attend the Forum in Geneva, Switzerland.