Federica Braga is GoCambio’s Italy and Spain Country Manager. She brings determination, an outgoing personality and her multilingual talents to the GoCambio team. Let’s find out more about why she decided to join us and her favourite travel destinations. What made you decide to work for GoCambio? I had to organise an internship to complete my degree,
On Friday 15th and Saturday 16th April 2016, GoCambio’s co-founder Ian O’Sullivan and Managing Director Rosie Mansfield took part in the Entrepreneur Experience organised by CorkBIC, an event that brings emerging and experienced entrepreneurs together for 24 hours of intensive learning, exchange, inspiring presentations, seminars, one-on-one sessions, and of course a whole bunch of fun!
Are you a food lover with a penchant for pizza, risotto or spaghetti? Perhaps you’re a history nut who loves learning about all the ancient gods and goddesses and architectural wonders? Or maybe you’ve simply fallen in love with the way the Italian language sounds. We wouldn’t blame you – you certainly wouldn’t be the first! In exchange for offering
Italian university student and GoCambio member Lucilla hosted Ayaka Morimoto from Japan for ten days in February/March. In return for some Japanese lessons, Lucilla provided Ayaka with some warm Italian hospitality, food and new friends. Here’s how she found the hosting experience… Tell us a bit about yourself. I’m a law student and I’m 22.
Right off the back of our success in winning the South Cork regional final of Ireland’s National Enterprise Awards, we are extremely proud to announce that GoCambio has been selected as one of 24 emerging entrepreneurs to take part in the Entrepreneur Experience on 15th-16th April in Ballymaloe, Shanagarry Co. Cork! Entrepreneur Experience is an
Frankie Kiely is our IT Manager and he’s been with GoCambio from the very beginning. Though he’s a County Cork local he’s travelled around the world and even lived in the Philippines for five months. Let’s find out why the Philippines is his favourite place in the world and what cambioing means to him! 1. What made you
We’ve got some pretty awesome people working for us at GoCambio HQ in Youghal, County Cork. Our team is incredibly diverse, with our colleagues coming from places as far apart as Korea and Spain, Japan and Sweden. We recently had to say farewell our go-getting, globe-trotting Business Developer Tiziana as she embarks on new adventures. But
The countdown is on! On 9th June, we’ll be representing South Cork at Aviva Stadium in Dublin in the finals of Ireland’s National Enterprise Awards 2016, where €20,000 is up for grabs. How did we end up here? Well, on 11th March, we were lucky enough to beat out 14 other finalists in the South Cork regional
GoCambio takes safety very seriously, and while the likelihood of things going wrong is low, we want to make sure that all of our guests are prepared in case something does happen. Here are some tips to ensure that both you and your host feel secure during the cambio so that you can focus on spending quality time
A French phrase book can teach you how to order a croissant or find your way to ‘la gare’ (the train station) but it’s only by talking to locals that you’ll learn how people really express themselves. Prepare for your upcoming trip to France by hosting a French guest and practicing some of these phrases