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The Mission of RIN

RIN (Relocation Information Network) is a non-commercial society of Corporate mobility staff members. It was founded in 1995 in The Netherlands, to stimulate the exchange of professional knowledge amongst the participants. The Dutch chapter has been active and succesfull ever since it started. RIN was created to expand to all corners of the world, bringing HR and Mobility staff together and help them in solving, often identical, global challenges.

By joining the network, you can share your business challenges with and get access to existing RIN participants from companies such as Heineken, Thales, NXP,  FedEx, SGS, TomTom, Ikea,  Aramco,  PwC, Nike, IFF,  Fluor and many others

From the beginning It has been the intention to create Regional Chapters around the world, where RIN participants can regularly meet and share knowledge about their specific market. Each Regional RIN Chapter can have its own local/regional website, where registered participants share actual data on a local scale and in their own language.

RIN is not related to any commercial organization, operates independently and refrains from commercial activities. RIN does not allow commercial people to its meetings, nor does it share names or any other kind of information with any commercial party.

Why join?

RIN gives direct access to colleagues with the same business interests in your region and around the world. RIN provides you, at no cost, with a database of up-to-date practical information from experts in your profession. In short: RIN directly connects you with the world of International Mobility.

How to register?

If you are interested in participating in the RIN network or, as an introduction, would like to visit one of the RIN meetings, please select your chapter of interest or contact RIN Global.

Terms and conditions

Participation in the RIN network is exclusively reserved for employees of multinational companies and organizations, who are responsible for expatriate related matters.