Pivt User Interview Series: Sabrina

  Introducing Pivt User Interview Series! Hear from real Pivt’ers about their experiences moving and traveling.    Where’s your favorite place that you’ve traveled to? Granada, Spain! La Alhambra, the famous palace/fortress complex, is beyond words. Watching the sun set over its towers was nothing short of magical. Plus, of all the cities I visited […]

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Pivt User Interview Series: Vivian

  Hear from real Pivt’ers about their experiences moving and traveling!   Where have you lived? Singapore, California, London, and now New York City!   Favorite restaurant(s) in your home cities: Singapore – Any hawker center (selling all kinds of local street food for less than 5 USD!)   London – The Clove Club (gotten […]

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Pivt User Interview Series: Melanie

  Introducing Pivt User Interview Series! Hear from real Pivt’ers about their experiences moving and traveling.  Where have you lived? In France, near Paris and Bordeaux. In the US, a bit all over the east coast: Newark, Delaware; Lancaster, Pennsylvania; Princeton, New Jersey; New York; and Philadelphia, where I currently live.   Favorite restaurant(s) in […]

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Letter To The Community

Dear Pivt Community,   Thank you.   I built this for us.   The ones with wanderlust. The ones who show up. The ones who love adventure and know that sometimes means sitting alone at a bar on a Thursday night.   I wanted to introduce myself not just as the Co-Founder of Pivt, but […]

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Pivt Featured in the London Evening Standard

Pivt Featured in the London Evening Standard!Read article here: Baffled New Yorker builds app for London newcomers A New Yorker baffled by local London knowledge – such as when to take a pub lunch on Sunday – has built a social network app to help newcomers get around. City worker Lynn Greenberg arrived in the […]

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Introducing Pivt APP

  It is with great excitement that after 2 years of hard work, we can proudly introduce you to our new mobile app: Pivt!   As summer is sadly ending, we want to give you something to get pumped about (besides pumpkin spice lattes and football Sundays). For those of you traveling for a job, […]

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Tips For Avoiding a Tough Transition

Getting Your Bearings Once you have physically moved into your new home, getting a feel for your surroundings will help alleviate the anxiety that will inevitably be present with your transition. You might be feeling a little lost, so, assessing one thing at a time can be a productive Ask Your Neighbor While initially a […]

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5 Things No One Tells You About Moving Abroad

1. It’s not all sunshine and rainbows There is not a linear path to getting settled and acquainted when moving to a new country. Hollywood has glorified the often forgotten reality of the inevitable challenges that are associated with moving abroad. Getting visas sorted out, finding an apartment (in potentially a different language), learning the […]

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