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What is Project Expat?

We understand that making a foreign country home, when you don’t speak the local language, can be difficult. At Project Expat GmbH, we strive to help you find English speaking service providers across different service categories. As expats move from their home to Germany without an established network, it is important for us to find the right partner for your needs. Regardless of how long the expats have been living here, we leverage our expertise to help them make their lives as uncomplicated and secure as possible without having to forego any possible benefits. While curating the list of our partners, it was important for us that not only the service is offered in English, but also the quality of service. We recommend our partners to our expat clients.

With our headquarters in the vicinity of Munich and office in the heart of Berlin, Project Expat GmbH has built a network of English-speaking service providers for English-speaking expats.

Why did we launch Project Expat?

The founding partners of Project Expat have been interacting with Expats for over 20 years. Their expat clients would reach out to them seeking help for details of English-Speaking service providers in Germany- doctors, tax consultants, lawyers etc. The professionals who received these referrals also had very positive feedback about the new clients they received. This unmet need presented a winning opportunity to create a directory of service providers where both the service providers and the service seekers stand to benefit from the association. Hence Project Expat GmbH was found and project-expat.com was launched.

What is our Promise?

  • English speaking service providers
  • High quality of service
  • Verified & Trusted by Project Expat Team

Meet the Team

Founder & Managing Partner

20+ years of experience in advising expats across multiple countries

Founder & Managing Partner

20+ years of experience in financial advice for leading companies in Germany

Head of Data

I have Banking and Retail experience in my homeland and moved to Germany as an expat spouse! Need I say more- I am loving this project- such a great idea

Head of Marketing

Spread the word! I love doing Marketing - especially when it is for such a great purpose as Project Expat. My goal: to fill Project Expat with life & love.

Business Development Manager

I love talking to people. I am good at spinning and twisting situations and words so that I end up finding the best solutions or answers. I want to help, especially the people that are crossing countries and need to fight a language barrier. Language is meant to help us, not bind us.

Senior Content Marketing Manager

To me, connecting with people from different backgrounds and learning from each other is the spice of life. While spending a little time abroad, however, I also got to experience firsthand how important a community where you're heard and understood is for your sense of belonging. We strive to be that community for you!

Resty Kansiime
Business Developer

My 5+ years of experience living in Germany as an English-speaking international student and my cross-cultural communication skills have prepared me for the work we do here at Project Expat. I love helping people and solving their everyday challenges, especially those I have personally encountered. That is why I am very exhilarated to be part of this community!

Oduro Mensah
Senior Client Relationship Manager

“If you want to go fast, go alone, if you want to go far, go together” (Martha Goedert). Meeting, talking to, understanding, and helping people with a need is a proven way to go far. This is why I am living my dream every day at Project Expat!

Chanes Bouabdallah
Junior Accounting Manager

"We are truly a world family today. What happens in one part of the world can affect us all." - Dalai Lama. So I am very happy to be a part of this project and to actively contribute to the idea of the world family.

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Nidhi Singh
SEO & Performance Marketing Manager

Together, let’s create and share expat stories brimming with inspiration and advice. Let’s build an expat community so you never feel alone.

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Talita Estrela
Operation Manager Assistant

I am proud to be part of making such a brilliant idea come true that already helps so many people to better adapt when moving from one country to another.


I think that would be a great initiative and an added value service for expats like myself.


What a great idea to set up a website for English-speaking ex-pat's in Munich to help with everyday challenges.


I am looking forward to your services in the mentioned topics in the survey.


Sounds exciting and we would definitely use it for a myriad of reasons. Particularly as we are getting ready to move to Germering and require all of these services. Specifically, sometimes it is hard finding doctors who speak English. And both Cecilia and I work with auslanders who do not speak German, either (and would as well be interested).