London, United Kingdom, November 24, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- LookSeeCity.com, a leading provider of online expat city guides, announced that it has received the Most Innovative Use of Technology in Global Mobility runner-up award in a competition organized by The Forum for Expat Management. (http://emmas.totallyexpat.com/the-london-emmas-winners/)
LookSeeCity founder Jon Devitt accepted the award during a gala dinner following the FEM London Summit. "To be the runner-up in this award so early in our development is recognition of the potential for our distinctive use of on-line video," Devitt remarked. LookSeeCity came second in the "EMMA" award out of 22 entrants. LookSeeCity guides use streamed video to allow assignees to see and hear what life will be like in their new homes.
LookSeeCity.com guides include London, Geneva, Zurich, Hong Kong, Singapore and Dubai. LookSeeCity has also begun production of the New York City guide which will be available in Q1, 2011. For further information, contact Bill Borbely at Bill.Borbely@LookSeeCity.com.
LookSeeCity.com is a leading provider of online expat city guides. LookSeeCity expat city guides utilized streamed video and include neighborhood tours, typical accommodation, schools, expat commentary and more. Further information is available at http://www.LookSeeCity.com.
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