Sibcy Cline Relocation Services is on the Move

Donna Socha, Vice President Client Services

A 2011 survey of 118 companies conducted by Worldwide ERC (a workforce mobility association) indicated more national companies were transferring employees in 2011 than in the past few years, indicating more confidence in the economy and real estate market.

Donna Socha is Vice President of Client Services for Sibcy Cline Relocation Services and president of the Greater Cincinnati Relocation Council. She is expecting regional employee transfers to Greater Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio, Northern Kentucky, and Southeastern Indiana  to increase. As she was quoted in Dayton Daily News, “The southwest Ohio region has matched the uptick nationally. According to research by Sibcy Cline, relocations involving companies based in the region and employees transferring to this area are both expected to be up about 20 percent this year over last year…”

Read the article, “Workers ‘On Move’ More in Better Economy from the Dayton Daily News (written by Kyle Nagel) here.

About Sibcy Cline Relocation Services:
Sibcy Cline Relocation Services has provided relocation consulting management for 35+ years. It manages corporate-owned properties in the local market areas of Greater Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio; Northern Kentucky; and Southeastern Indiana.

It provides worldwide services for corporations in need of relocation management assistance as well as government services. It is an active member of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World, the largest relocation network of independent real estate brokers. Sibcy Cline Relocation Services has Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) Certification.

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