Romanians address “Stay” camp in UK: “Move to Transylvania” or get stuck with Boris & Nigel

Newsroom 28/06/2016 | 10:41

For British citizens that are planning to leave the UK, now that the “Leave” camp has prevailed in last week’s referendum, Transylvania might the the right choice.

At least this is what is saying. Among the list if reasons one should move in this Romanian region, the website mentions the good internet speeds and the large pool of tech specialists found in the country.

“Most British people who visit Romania are surprised by the quality of the food. You should try the farmers markets and the local cuisine”.

Then there is also the good language skills of young Romanians and excellent environment for a startup.

In fact, the whole website is built around the idea that this region is great for starting a business.

Read the opinion of a British expat living in Bucharest 

“Rent, utilities and salaries for highly skilled professionals cost 3x – 6x less than in Western Europe. It is considerably cheaper for a British startup to build a product here in Transylvania and launch it globally than build it in the UK,” according to the website.

The natural parks in the Transylvania and vibrant scene for music festivals are some of the other reasons for the British to check out Romania.

“Brexit. You never thought this could actually happen but here we are. So here’s the thing: if you don’t fancy the idea of being stuck on an island with Boris & Nigel for the rest of your life, we might have a plan,” according to the website.

Ovidiu Posirca

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