Licensee Network

Published - 16 March 2022, Wednesday

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Expat Choice is a global community of contributors reporting on local experiences, products, goods and services who have the ability to self publish in one targeted city, or many expat choice communities across the globe.

Choice Media appeals to digital entrepreneurs, bloggers, speakers, writers, serial motivators, self-starter entrepreneurs, online shop owners…anyone interested in building their own digital media business.

Keep in mind Expat Choice is a licensee network.

All technology & training, both back end and front end is provided with each digital license by Choice Media - trading as Expat Choice Pte. Ltd.

A City license allows each individual to start their own digital media business based on the Expat Choice values, behaviours, templates and SOP, service operation procedures in any city instantly and to generate income through network content marketing, video marketing, banner advertising, social media extensions, electronic direct emailers, local events/workshops to a local targeted audience.

Trade as Expat Choice in your designated city and then automatically be connected regionally and globally.

  • A 24-month license fee is paid upfront - ask about our sponsored licensee programme
  • A monthly service fee charged bi-annually for admin and technical support.

Expat Choices’ target audience are expats, repatriates - returning global locals who register online at to comment and vote on where to eat, drink, shop, meet, travel and indulge.

Expat Choice was co-founded by John Gordon in 2017, an Australian entrepreneur, serial motivator, connector and digital community builder.

Expat Choice Pte. Ltd. now offers digital entrepreneurs, bloggers and publishers the opportunity to generate revenue through the purchase of a local city license to generate and publish unique content, sell advertising and execute content marketing campaigns across the Expat Choice network in your city while working from home, travelling, sitting in a café, on the beach, anywhere, anytime.

Licensee deliverables include CMS Administration System Training, Content Format training, Advertising inventory overview, ongoing technical and product support designed to create a foundation of principles, and to hold the licensee’s hand from sign up through to applying the concept to get the most out of your license.

Applications for GEO location specific single city licenses are now available in regions across Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Africa, South Africa and USA.

John Gordon: Digital Development Director [email protected]


Editorial Assistant - Internship

Job description

Expat Choice regional license network is currently in start-up mode, and going through a similar trajectory as the popular Expat Choice Singapore.

We are now expanding rapidly across Asia, Australia & Africa and are looking for writers for local sites in your city.

Applicants must have a can-do/resourceful attitude and must also be passionate about the country and more importantly the city that you are writing for - you should already keep up with the latest trends & happenings in those countries and cities.

For those who want to understand what it's like to be part of a digital media startup, this is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to learn from one of the leading new digital media sites in the region.

You can visit and

How to apply:

Your email application is essentially the first stage of your interview, so think of a way to make yourself stand out through your application. Use an informal conversational writing style and tell us over 3 paragraphs about yourself, background, why you think you’re suitable, and your social media accounts. Be concise.

Send an email to Mr John at [email protected] with the subject being the position you’re applying for. e.g "Editorial Assistant - [YOUR CITY]”. It is absolutely essential to include a portfolio of relevant work and your resume.

If you do the above right, you’ll land yourself an interview. This position is challenging and requires responsibility and hard work throughout the internship – that’s the best way to grow and acquire skills to give yourself an edge later on. If you’re thinking of just “having fun” at a chill job, swipe left. I mean, please do not apply. Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.