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|Privately held company|
|Industry||Relocation, Cross-Cultural Services|
|Founder||Ranjini Manian & Joanne Huskey|
Number of locations
|Chennai, Mumbai, Bangalore, Delhi, Hyderabad|
|PAN India & Presence in Washington|
Ranjini Manian (Founder)
Rohini Manian (CEO)
Anita Krishnaswamy (President)Anupama Arvind (Senior Vice President)
|Products||Culturama, Coffee Table Books|
|Services||Relocation, Realty, Academy, Publishing|
Number of employees
Global Adjustments was started by Ranjini Manian in 1995. The idea was a suggestion of her friend, a diplomat's wife, Joanne Grady Huskey. Initially, the company set about helping expatriates move to India. The company started off with a few individual clients, and subsequently signed up Ford Motor Company who were relocating 60 to 80 families from the US to India as part of their new operations in Sriperumbudur.
Global Adjustments is based in India with six offices in India, besides having a few representatives working overseas in the US.
Founded by Ranjini Manian, Indian, and Joanne Huskey, American, in 1995.
- "The success story of Global Adjustments". Rediff.com. October 10, 2006. Retrieved 2009-06-15.
- Huskey, Joanne Grady (2009). The unofficial diplomat: a memoir. Memoirs and occasional papers (Association for Diplomatic Studies and Training). Washington, DC: New Academia Publishing/SCARITH. ISBN 9780982386729.