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Brynne Herbert is the founder and CEO of MOVE Guides, and a recognized expert on global talent. Under Brynne’s leadership, MOVE Guides has grown from an idea to an award-winning startup working with the world’s largest multi-national companies and supporting moves across 200 cities.

Brynne has lived in the US, EMEA and APAC, and speaks English, French, Mandarin Chinese and Portuguese. She was previously an investment banker at Lehman Brothers and Standard Chartered, where she worked throughout Asia and India. Brynne holds an MBA from London Business School and a B.A. in history from Yale University.

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Articles by Brynne Herbert


Living abroad can be a life changing and eye opening experience. By submerging yourself in a new culture, you gain a new perspective on life, meet new and diverse people and feel connected to a community of global citizens. Not only can you benefit from the personal enrichment of living abroad, it is also an excellent career development opportunity and can pave the way for leadership opportunities.

August 5, 2015


As an American living abroad, I often get asked 'why did you choose to build a company in the UK'?  My answer is simple -- I believe that finding top talent is the number one priority for building a successful company, and being based in the UK allows me to access the best from all over the world. Let me expand on this further.

July 6, 2015


The mobility landscape has evolved significantly in the past five years. Businesses are increasingly looking outside of their home markets to broaden their talent pools and place key skills where they are needed most. This also means that as companies expand to beyond their home markets, talent mobility can be the key competitive differentiator for success.

May 26, 2015


Relocating to a new city can be a very stressful experience for employees, especially if they have never lived in the country they are moving to. It can also be very expensive for companies, with major repercussions on budget and productivity.

April 28, 2015