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Worldwide Immigrants Association announces partnership with Rebel Office

February 24, 2019

Sarah Williams

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[NEWS PROVIDED BY Worldwide Immigrants Association]

 

CANADA, February 25th, 2019 — Furthering its vision of being the best resource of empowerment, information, and support for immigrants around the world, WIA is pleased to announce its new strategic partnership with Rebel Office, a Canadian company providing useful, practical and high-value information and tools, community, support and access to entrepreneurs worldwide that have been there, done that.

In its best interest to help the immigrant community, RO has decided to offer a 20% discount for the entire WIA family with code WIA20, on its membership platform The Collective, and a 50% discount exclusively for members at the Members’ Zone, by the Worldwide Immigrants Association.

“We, at WIA are very excited to have Rebel Office as our first partner. Immigrants are very likely to start new businesses once they get established in a new country. This collaboration will allow us to bring more resources to our community, being able to help, support and guide immigrants around the world who would like to jump into entrepreneurship”, said Diana Tapia, founder of the Worldwide Immigrants Association.

“The great and beautiful thing about entrepreneurship is that literally anyone can start their own business and become their own boss if they have the heart and resilience. Our mission here at Rebel Office is to make that journey easier, which we know is a driving force behind the Worldwide Immigrants Association as well. This partnership just made sense and we’re thrilled to be a part of it”, said Sarah Williams, founder of Rebel Office.

 

About Rebel Office

Rebel Office is an online platform for entrepreneurs worldwide, with services and packages exclusively tailored for each kind of entrepreneur and business dimension. The Canadian company delivers exceptional service, rapid support, and exclusive, practical resources to a diverse range of business owners striving to open and operate online businesses. To learn more about Rebel Office, please visit rebeloffice.ca.

 

About Worldwide Immigrants Association

The Worldwide Immigrants Association is an online community with the mission of empowering and guiding immigrants around the world in their new home. Whether in the personal, professional or entrepreneurship area, WIA offers relevant information and support for the development of each individual. Also, this platform highlights the qualities of immigrants through their series of interviews. Likewise, WIA offers workshops, masterclasses, Q&A sessions, community, and other elements that are delivered to their community. To learn more about the Worldwide Immigrants Association, please visit worldwideimmigrants.com

 

Relevant Links:

Worldwide Immigrants Association

Website | About | Services | Resources

Partnerships and collaborations with Worldwide Immigrants Association:
https://www.worldwideimmigrants.com/contact/

Press & Media inquiries:
Diana Tapia, diana@worldwideimmigrants.com

 

Rebel Office

Website | About | Courses | Work Parties

Partnerships and collaborations with Rebel Office:
http://blog.rebeloffice.ca/contribute/

Press & Media inquiries:
Sarah Williams, sarah@rebeloffice.ca

The Collective, by Rebel Office (resources, and membership plans):
https://rebeloffice.ca/become-a-member/

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