Is your company attracting international talent, but you don't know how to keep them happy and thriving? Would you like to be sure your expat programme is reaching its goals?
Have you moved to Belgium and would like to launch a business here? Thinking of becoming a freelancer in Belgium, but don't know where to start?
Earlynerdy can help you with this and much more!
We help you find the right solutions to make your companies the best working place for your expat workforce.
> Development of expat welcome and information services (onboarding)
> Advice on the recruitment process
> Employer branding strategy
Starting up a business in Belgium? Becoming a freelancer in Belgium? Get advice and help to get off to a flying start.
> Advice on setting up your business
> Networking and business development advice
> Providing contacts to reliable business services (office space, accountants, coaching …)
Do you need more than just consulting? Earlynerdy can help you with its network of professionals, each with a different set of skills.
> Comprehensive strategy advice
> Access to a network of complementary experts
(accountants, HR specialists, designers, coaches, writers …)
Earlynerdy consultancy is run by Nina, a Slovenian who has been living abroad for so long that she even sometimes forgets to watch ski jumping competitions. After stints in Austria, Spain, the Netherlands and Luxembourg, she ended up in Belgium where she has found a cosy spot for herself in charming Ghent.
Her career spans working in the public sector, like European Commission and its 20,000 employees, to working in for a boutique graphic design agency as a project manager. What she loves the most is bringing the two worlds, private and public, together to create synergies. Government support for starting entrepreneurs, anyone?
Over the past few years she has been building bridges and support networks for entrepreneurial expats in Belgium: from co-hosting Entrepreneurs Anonymous in Ghent to organising the first Freelance Business Day in Brussels.
Her mission to present the lovely quirks of her new home country to newcomers led her to co-found the website TheSquare.Gent that provides practical information for expats living in the capital of East Flanders.
Nina's motto is: "In order to know the world, you first need to know your surroundings."
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Earlynerdy isn't a one-man band, it is a network of professionals, each with a different set of skills. Depending on your needs, a programme will be developed, including as many actors as needed (accountants, HR specialist, financial advisers, coach, writers …).
"Nina was really helpful when I was deciding on what kind of company form I should go to as a coach. She also helped me find the government support programmes for available in my sector. Having her at my side during those first months really helped me remove the stress from starting a business abroad."
"We hired Earlynerdy when our startup experienced a massive growth and we needed to become attractive for qualified people from abroad. Now we have a really good mixed team of people and we have managed to keep the startup spirit despite becoming a large company."
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