Recommendations when moving to Cancún


We really want you to have the best start to your new career in Cancun. Moving to a new city or changing jobs can be a stressful time; therefore, here are some tips to help you make your transition smoother.

Remember that promoters’ earnings are based on commissions, so you will need to have saved sufficient money to cover your living expenses for your first couple of months.

Be prepared with extra cash to cover any unforeseen expenses.
Don’t bring too many possessions at first. This will make it easier for you to move around until you find the right place to live.

Avoid bringing any valuables, especially if you are staying in a hotel or shared apartment with people you don’t know. We do not assume responsibility for any loss or damage to your personal belongings.
Plan for the weather. Remember that Cancun enjoys a warm tropical climate and so you should bring lightweight clothing and appropriate footwear.

Leave enough money for your family or loved ones back home to cover at least two months of expenses. Knowing that your financial responsibilities are covered will take the pressure off so you can concentrate of being a success at your new job in Cancun.