Interexpat Singapore launches ExpatFinder.com

Interexpat launches new website for expatriate information services with powerful search engine and social community capabilities: ExpatFinder.com
ExpatFinder.com addresses the increased demand for information and services for global on the move professionals and their families.

Singapore August 21, 2008. Interexpat Pte. Ltd., a Singapore headquartered Internet services company (www.interexpat.com) today launched new information services combining social community capabilities with a powerful global search engine: ExpatFinder.com. The new service aptly called ExpatFinder is the first vertical search engine for people intending to relocate or already living abroad.

ExpatFinder.com addresses the increased demand for information and services by relocating professionals and their families. The website acts as a channel to guide expatriates or pre-expatriates about to make the move, to the most relevant information and websites both locally and globally.

Featuring a simple keyword search interface, ExpatFinder provides its users access to the highly detailed and relevant information needed to make informed expatriation and relocation decisions.

“Expatriation is characterized by a need for information on various topics with a different perspective than other average web users. Expats need deeper, more focused information to relocate with ease. With the unveiling of our specialized search engine www.ExpatFinder.com, we are excited to be able to provide expats all over the world with a comprehensive and user-friendly resource, giving access to information search but also very soon additional search for services like local relocation services, international moving, housing and much more,” said co-founder Sébastien Deschamps.

The global family start-up with offices in Singapore and France, uses the search technology from French company Exalead and Singapore’s Qweki (for the blog search only). “Working with a mature search engine technology provider like Exalead gave us the necessary experience to build a state of the art search solution. Qweki allowed us a greater flexibility with the expat blogging community. “adds Francois Deschamps, co-founder, Interexpat.

In addition to web search, users of ExpatFinder.com can interact and share the experience and lifestyle with other expats by doing a search on blogs, and discussion forums. The Expat Blog search provides an insight on local experiences through the eyes of an expat and further helps to ease the adjustment of expats and expat families to make the relocation a success.

About Interexpat & ExpatFinder.com
French and French-American co-founders Francois and Sébastien Deschamps are working on innovative solutions for the expatriate populations around the world. ExpatFinder is one of their favourite as it combines their fascination for the search technology as well as their goal to bring support to people and families in global transition or with international lifestyles. ExpatFinder is also the first website launched by their co-founded Singapore based company: Interexpat Pte Ltd. They are currently working on other expat-related projects including a community website to drive innovation in the expatriate online experience. For more information visit: www.expatFinder.com

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