We, Sabine and Carin, met during a business meeting and exchanging our own experiences concerning settling into The French Riviera, we both agreed that it was very complicated to search for a rental or a house to buy even if you speak French. Remember this was just in the beginning of year 2000, when website search supports and Google maps did not exist!
This encounter was to be the start of our long and fruitful partnership by creating Azur-Plus. Our company was founded in 2002 and its purpose is to provide personalised Relocation Services for expats and private individuals and to organise tailor made Events on The French Riviera.
We are happy to have selected a multilingual and dynamic team that accompanies us in both activities.
The Azur-Plus team has relocated over more than 2500 assignees, families and individuals and have organised over 1000 successful events.
We are proud of having faithful local and international clients and we are looking forward to welcoming new clients.
Name: Carin Peirano
Languages: Swedish, French and English
Born in: Göteborg, Sweden
Moved to France: Year 2000
Home: The provençal village of Valbonne
Family: French husband and children
Sport: Mountain-biking, Yoga, Trekking, Skiing
Drink: Water and wine from Provence of course!
Working experience: I have several years of working experience in the field of event organisation & training. I have developed, organised and managed numerous business projects and events both in Sweden and now in the South of France.
Motto: Take one thing at a time
Name: Sabine Karlberg
Languages: Swedish, French, English and German
Born in Malmö, Sweden
Moved to France: Year 1999
Home: The sea front town of Antibes
Family: Swedish husband and children
Sport: Yoga, Skiing, Sailing and Walking
Drink: Rosé wine & Water
Working experience: My various assignments in Sweden, Japan and Switzerland, mostly in financial institutions, have allowed me to gain invaluable experience in the field of international mobility and event management.
Motto: It’s not about doing things right, but to do the right things