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Jill DiGiovanni is featured in the book Expats in Biz as an Inspiring Global Entrepreneur.

Changes in life give you the chance to reinvent yourself. I went through that kind of change where I looked at my life and asked what I loved to do the most. I liked to cook and party! I completed my chef apprenticeship and worked in the industry for a while, traveling on cargo ships to interesting destinations. I dropped anchor and decided to open my own catering company. I didn’t know if it would work, but I knew it was my passion. — Excerpt from Jill’s interview in Expats in Biz

Changes in life give you the chance to reinvent yourself. I went through that sort of change where I could look at my life and ask what it was that I liked to do the most. I liked to cook and I liked to party! I completed my chef apprenticeship and worked in the industry for awhile, traveling with my work (on cargo carrying ships to interesting destinations). I dropped anchor and decided to open my own catering company. I didn’t know if it would work but I knew that it was my passion.” – See more at: http://www.expatsinbiz.com/stories.php#sthash.anwIRt3m.dpuf

Jill shares a glimpse into the life of an expat in Global Living Magazine’s letter to the editor.

In American Express’ Open Forum, Jill gives the scoop on running a small business in Germany.

 

 

 

JillCateringJill teams up with the legendary Toma Haines of Antiques Diva
in Belle Inspiration Magazine on “Throwing a Cocktail Party”

 

 

 

 

 

 

What advice does Jill have for fellow female expat entrepreneurs?
Here’s a sneak peek from her interview with Expat Women.

Be grateful for all doors that open; gratitude keeps you focused on the positive. It is easy to focus on something negative, but just as easy to focus on the positive things happening. When you focus on the positive, more positive things will come to you. Give your time to others without expecting anything in return. Be amazed at how much comes back to you, and remember to say thank you! — Jill in Expat Women

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