About Us

Archer Relocation has been relocating families and individuals to Berlin since early 2015.  Managing Director, Emily Archer, founded the company desiring to use her first hand experience and professional skills to assist fellow expats moving to Berlin. We cooperate with a small team of professionals such as real estate agents, immigration lawyers, health insurance experts, business and career consultants to expedite your relocation to Berlin and cater for your individual needs. 

Emily Archer
Managing Director
Relocation Consultant

“Hi there, I’m Emily and as your relocation consultant, I am your first new friend in Berlin. I am an expat myself. I founded Archer Relocation early 2015 desiring to use my first hand experience and professional skills to assist fellow expats moving to Berlin. Relocated from Australia and having lived in Germany since 1999, I am knowledgeable in the way of life in Germany and it’s bureaucracy.

 

Ulrike Poremski
Personal Assistant

Born in Berlin, studied in Cologne and having lived and worked in China, Ulrike’s international experiences, linguistic abilities and background in project assistance, administration and as project manager at the chamber of commerce, equip her to understand and assist both our clients and our team.  Ulrike moved back to Berlin in 2014 and joined the Archer Relocation Team early 2018 to support our team and our expat clients moving to Berlin.

 

 

 

Melanie Fieseler
Career Consultant

Melanie is an independent career consultant who counsels on all areas of career development, provides strategic, Germany specific, non-holds barred advice directly from her talent and recruiting experience at leading multi national companies. As founder of Work Happy Mums and the MumsLikeUs Community, Melanie is an essential part of our Spouse Support Programm. Melanie is originally from the UK, has lived and worked in China and has been living in Berlin since 2010.

 

 

 

 

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