April 24, 2018

Relocation Impact: Royal Wedding and Temporary Housing

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Relocation Impact: Royal Wedding and Temporary Housing

Posted by Mark Iredale, Global Manager, Supply Chain Management

Are you caught up in last minute travel arrangements to London for the weekend of the Royal wedding? Many people will have blocked out Saturday 19th May in their London calendars, and the capital will be swarming with even more visitors than usual; Prince Harry will be marrying Meghan Markle at Windsor Castle and a few hours later, Wembley stadium will be welcoming 90,000 football fans for the FA Cup Final.

What does this mean for international relocation?

Companies that need to find temporary accommodation around that time may find themselves rueing the decision not to book earlier. It’s always worthwhile thinking about high profile public events and how these may affect the temporary housing market.

Checklist for mobility managers

Here’s just a few questions you’ll need to be able to answer:

  • When do your assignees need the accommodation?
  • To what extent do you want assignees to own the selection process?
  • How can you get the best possible rates without compromising on service quality?

Planning for group moves and Brexit

If your organization is concerned about finding temporary accommodation for group moves amidst the furour around Brexit, our eProcurement tool offers a range of choices in key locations such as London, Paris, and Dublin.

To find out more about how Cartus can help you find the best solution, please contact your Cartus representative or email us at trustedguidance@cartus.com

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Mark Iredale

About Mark

Mark is a Member of the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (MCIPS) and has worked in the relocation industry for over 18 years. He joined Cartus in 2002,  and moved to Cartus’ Supply Chain Management team in 2004 where he has developed and managed both regional and global networks for a variety of clients.

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