Do It Right: How to Structure Your Tourism Business in Bali

Do It Right: How to Structure Your Tourism Business in Bali

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September 1, 2014

Many travelers who return from a tropical holiday on the beautiful Indonesian island of Bali start thinking how wonderful it would be to quit their job and move here permanently. And lots of them do, including me. I’ve run a guesthouse and restaurant on the northern coast of the island for four years. But before you join us expat business owners, there are a few things you should know…

Lifestyle Dividends of a Food-Truck Enterprise in the Black Forest

Lifestyle Dividends of a Food-Truck Enterprise in the Black Forest

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September 1, 2014

A mid all the traditional German sausage stands in a small food market on the edge of the Black Forest, American Geoff de Forest, 43, decided to open a taco truck. He believed there was a need for really good Mexican food in his locale…and he was right. The business is now making good money. Last year he started the Holy Taco Shack, a food truck that sells tacos, quesadillas, and burritos at markets and special events in the Freiburg area, which is in the extreme southwest of the country near the border with France and Switzerland.

Schools in Panama Offer a Solid Return on Investment

Schools in Panama Offer a Solid Return on Investment

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August 1, 2014

Panama is one of the fastest-growing countries in Latin America. And with a steady influx of expats of all ages and a growing middle class, its beleaguered education system has been hard-pressed to meet the growing demand for quality instruction. Public schools don’t prepare students very well for college. So middle and upper class residents turn to the nation’s private schools.

Building a Construction Business from Nicaragua’s Raw Materials

Building a Construction Business from Nicaragua’s Raw Materials

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August 1, 2014

With an investment of just under $50,000, Michelle and Austin Drill are now on their way to making a living…selling bagged dirt in Nicaragua. The former New Yorkers found a place where they could breathe, the easy-going beach town of San Juan del Sur on Nicaragua’s Pacific coast, and a business opportunity whose time had come.