North America is still considered a region of international importance when it comes to company strategy.
That’s one of the findings revealed when Cartus, a global relocation solutions company, released its 2015 Trends in Global Relocation Survey.
According to the survey, United States multinational corporations are relocating their employees for job assignments primarily in The United Kingdom, Canada and China. India, Singapore, Germany, Japan, the Netherlands, Saudi Arabia and Australia round out the top 10 list.
“United States-based multinational companies are increasingly looking for opportunities to expand into markets that provide strategic business opportunities,” said Matt Spinolo, executive vice president of Cartus in a press release.
“These are the types of companies that rely on a trusted partner like Cartus to help develop well thought out relocation policies and plans so they can best support their employees across a wide range of locations.”
Cartus says the countries represented on the top 10 list reinforces the idea that destinations in North America, Europe and China are essential to the growth of American companies.
Check out the report highlights here.