Does Social Media affect the way you prepare for travel?

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Using social media to travel safely

When it comes to travel, it doesn’t matter whether you’re off on a deal-breaking business trip, a romantic city break, a gap year adventure, or a family holiday with your 2.4 children; in today’s volatile world, it is crucial to prepare. Gone are the days that a quick list of ..Read more

Start Your Adventure: Studying Abroad

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Thinking about setting off and taking on a new part of the world? Are you a bored student; tired of the same grey skies above your home in the UK? If this sounds familiar to you, maybe it’s time to study abroad!

There are lots of things that should be considered ..Read more

Consularcare Top Tips for Keeping your Family Safe on Holiday

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Keep you family safe on holiday with Consularcare Top Tips

Although we all want to relax and enjoy ourselves when we go on holiday, when we travel with our family we still wear our ‘protector’ hats, and our familial duties to keep everyone safe and secure remain a priority. We don’t want to put a dampener on your fortnight in ..Read more

Consularcare Partners with Award-winning Travel Visa Company

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Consularcare partners with Travel Visa Company

We are delighted to announce that Consularcare has partnered with The Travel Visa Company as part of our marketing development strategy, and we’re planning several joint ventures to continue to raise the profile of both companies.
Mike Jones, co-founder and Commercial Director of Consularcare explains: “Both companies are successful in their ..Read more

Has your Travel Insurance got your back?

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Travel the world without worry with ConsularAssist

The risks associated with travelling abroad have been steadily increasing for a number of years; the political changes and events of 2016 have done nothing to quell the situation. Whether you are travelling for leisure or business, the need for travel insurance cannot be ignored, and whilst the same can ..Read more

Dealing with a crisis abroad- Consularcare’s top tips

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Dealing with a crisis abroad- Consularcare’s top tips

We all deal with crises differently, but even if you are prone to panic, the following tips will help you to feel more confident about your ability to cope. The list is far from exhaustive, but will hopefully encourage you to be proactive about your safety and instil self-assurance. ..Read more

Why you should hold all your business meetings in Reykjavik- Consularcare looks at the world’s most dangerous business travel destinations

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The world is a busy and thriving marketplace, and during these politically uncertain times more businesses are broadening their horizons and setting their sights on global opportunities and contracts. In order to achieve this, and to forge and maintain international corporate relationships, it is inevitably necessary to travel to far-flung ..Read more

Using Social Media in a Travel Crisis

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According to statista¹ 1.71 billion people use Facebook, 1 billion use WhatsApp, 500 million use Instagram, and 313 million use Twitter, so it is natural that, in the event of an incident or crisis abroad, the public takes up its smartphones and shares the news on social media.

Following the Paris ..Read more

Sometimes you need more than FCO Advice

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Along with many other government departments, The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) has received a financial battering since austerity measures were brought in, and the department has had to make operational changes to make its budget go further. One of those changes has been the number of foreign embassies and ..Read more