Tag Archives: Rhône-Alpes

International Grenoble – expat life in the Capital of the Alps

The Bastille, Grenoble, photo by demiante

Considering living and working in France? Read on for the lowdown on what makes Grenoble a great destination for expats.

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2nd GGSB Annual Mobility Conference

Annual Mobility Conference at GGSB

For the second year running, students of MSc Management Consulting at the Grenoble Graduate School of Business invite you to their conference on mobile technology. Continue reading 2nd GGSB Annual Mobility Conference

Skiing in June? You bet!

Skiing in June? You bet! Photo: Christa Gimblett

Grenoble Life ski reporter Christa Gimblett has some good news for those of us sweltering in the valley: there is still some snow left to ski. Continue reading Skiing in June? You bet!

‘Mutations’ – an interview with Mary Veale

Mary Veale, "Borders, technique", 2007. Cast glass/tissue. Photo: Jean Pierre Angei

Mary Veale is an Irish artist based in Grenoble. She talks to Grenoble Life’s James Dalrymple about her new exhibition Mutations. Continue reading ‘Mutations’ – an interview with Mary Veale

Property Finder, a new way to buy or rent your home

Hélène Aubry

Hélène Aubry is a property finder specialised in helping potential home buyers in the purchasing process. She talks to us about her services, the housing market in the Grenoble area, her expat background and how she came to set up her own business. Continue reading Property Finder, a new way to buy or rent your home

‘Open to interpretation’ – an interview with Benjamin Penin

Ben interpreting for Anand Gokani (great grandson of Mahatma Ghandi)
Ben interpreting for Anand Gokani (great grandson of Mahatma Gandhi)

 

Benjamin Penin swapped sunny Manchester for downtown Grenoble in 2002 to pursue his dreams of living in the Alps and becoming a freelance translator.  Grenoble Life wanted to find out more … Continue reading ‘Open to interpretation’ — an interview with Benjamin Penin