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By using our experience and innovative flair, Orbinet has developed a globally integrated package which provides all the critical services required to make an international relocation a smooth and stress-free experience, helping you to make your key people productive from day one.

We help our clients:
Free up HR Department capacities
Foster multicultural understanding
Reduce the risk of failed assignment
Save costs through streamlined processes
Avoid unnecessary and premature repatriation
Increase productivity of relocation employees
Retain key employees through smooth relocation
Improve relocation budget forecasting and tracking
Support the rotation philosophy within multinational companies


Orbinet has consistently provided an excellent level of service in assisting us with some very challenging expatriate assignments. Your speed of response and sensitivity to individual expatriate's needs are keys to the success in our relationship. In brief, thank you for your "customer focused" attitude.
M. Fabio HR Manager German Multinational - More Testimonials


2017 (Madrid)
400th Anniversary of Madrid's Plaza Mayor
For four centuries Plaza Mayor has been Madrid’s courtyard, a square that is both uniform and diverse, a rendezvous for locals and visitors to the city, a place like no other. 2017 marks 400 years since the first stone was laid...More info

4.4.2017 – 11.6.2017 (Madrid)
Rafael Moneo:A theoretical reflection from the professional practice. Archive materials (1961-2013)
Rafael Moneo (Tudela, Spain, 1937) is the only Spanish architect to have won the Pritzker Architecture Prize. His work is being shown in an exhibition now coming to Madrid, after being in major cities around the world...More info

16.02.2017 – 2.05.2017 (Madrid)
The popular Barbie doll is the star of this exhibition that, through 438 exhibits, looks back at the history of an icon, discovering unknown and surprising facets about the first ever doll to look like...More info

23.02.2017 –28.05.2017 (Madrid)
Sara Baras – Voices (Flamenco)
Voices (Voces) is the title of this production by the flamenco artist, which opened in the Champs-Élysées Theatre in Paris to rave reviews. It has also been praised in Mexico, the US...More info

24.02.2017 – 21.05.2017 (Barcelona)
Insurreccions (Uprisings)
Didi-Huberman is the great interpreter, in a postmodern version, of the image atlas as an iconographic methodology established by Aby Warburg in the first third of the 20th century. This exhibition gathers together some 300 works – paintings, drawings...More info

27.01.2017 – 30.04.2017 (Barcelona)
Peter Hujar: Speed of life
This exhibition of the prestigious American photographer Peter Hujar (1934-1987) is an in-depth look at Hujar's life and work via 150 photographs taken between the 1950s and the late 1980s as well as materials never exhibited...More info

7.02.2017 – 28.05.2017 (Barcelona)
Oriol Vilanova: Sunday
For the last 15 years Catalan artist Oriol Vilanova has visited flea markets every Sunday and has amassed a collection of some 34,000 postcards that he's classified into 100 sections. One of the sections has been tagged ...More info

9.03.2017 – 4.05.2017 (Barcelona)
Irene Cruz: The Muses
Following the showing at Art Madrid '17 and how well it was received by critics and visitors, the exhibition 'The Muses' comes to Barcelona's Fifty Dots in Gràcia. Irene Cruz invites you to view her work from deep inside, from the edge of silent ...More info

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