Jeremy Kopp

About Jeremy Kopp

Jeremy Kopp brings over 10 years of professional experience in business development and financial services to his position at Relocity. As Director of Strategic Accounts, Jeremy’s role is to promote Relocity’s relocation services for businesses and to develop and maintain productive relationships with our many business clients.

Innovation: The Right Idea at the Right Time

January 17th, 2018|Categories: Relocation Los Angeles|Tags: |

There is always a better way… Thirty years ago, my father opened a personal computer company in downtown Coloma, Michigan. As a family, I suppose we were early adopters. I can still recall printing out my homework on an old-school Xerox printer with perforated paper. My teachers were impressed. Unfortunately for my father, our small

They Can Really Do That?

January 9th, 2018|Categories: Relocation Interest|Tags: |

In the six months working with Relocity, I have been continuously impressed with the ‘Personal Hosts’, the Relocity term for a relocation consultant – though our hosts are so much more.  These men and women will always go above and beyond to eliminate stress for the transferee while setting them up to be happy and

Your Personal Parachute

January 3rd, 2018|Categories: Relocation Los Angeles|Tags: |

Imagine you’re on a small airplane soaring 10,000 feet above the ground below. One by one skydivers leap from the airplane. You’re nerves are rattled. You’re not sure you can do this. And ultimately, you decide it would be better if you returned home. This situation is an apt metaphor for relocation reluctance. Relocating is

Thinking Outside the Box(es)

December 30th, 2017|Categories: Los Angeles Recruiting, Uncategorized|Tags: |

How Effective is Your Relocation Benefit Package? For many companies, “relocation” means moving new hires and their families from Point A to Point B. The Company agrees to pick up the check and the movers do the rest. As an added bonus, many companies provide some kind of “lump sum” signing bonus for their transferee

The War for Talent

November 30th, 2017|Categories: Los Angeles Recruiting|Tags: , |

Congratulations on the launch of your Company! All that hard work has finally paid off! You’ve got VC financing, a hip office space, and a retro espresso machine. You’re ready to expand your workforce with passionate, like-minded employees. You’ve put together a competitive compensation package, stock options and other perks. You’ve put the Help Wanted

Where is the Best Tech Talent?

September 8th, 2017|Categories: Talent Acquisition Los Angeles|Tags: , |

Where is the Best Tech Talent? Hint…It’s not in LA! Over the past 6 months, I have spoken with dozens of talent acquisition professionals representing some of the biggest names in the Los Angeles tech scene. Many of these firms have eight-figure VC banking and are experiencing 100% or better headcount growth annually. For a

Top 10 Reasons to Move to Los Angeles

May 22nd, 2017|Categories: Los Angeles Interest|Tags: |

10. Exploding Job Growth Los Angeles is bursting with job opportunities thanks largely to the emerging Silicon Beach community. Snap’s recent IPO will lead to hundreds of jobs. Companies like Facebook, Google and Apple are aggressively expanding their footprint in LA. Innovators in aerospace and engineering like SpaceX rule the South Bay. Of course, business

Is Silicon Valley Losing Its Edge?

May 11th, 2017|Categories: Los Angeles Interest|Tags: , |

Silicon Valley is so 2016. Recently, Vanity Fair asked the question “Is the Silicon Valley Dynasty Coming to an End?” It’s certainly up for debate. Like all great dynasties, there eventually comes a time when cracks begin to show. You can’t stay number one forever. In 2016, Los Angeles ranked as the third-most active city

Recruiting in During a Job Boom

March 27th, 2017|Categories: Human Resources Los Angeles|Tags: , |

It has been a booming first few months of 2017 for employment growth. The year has started off with two solid months of total non-farm jobs growth, with February’s 235,000+ exceeding the median of 200,000+ forecast by economists surveyed by Bloomberg. The unemployment rate moved lower, despite a 10-basis-point sequential increase in the labor force

When Relocation Reluctance Becomes Relocation Remorse

March 1st, 2017|Categories: Relocation Los Angeles|Tags: , |

Whether your new hire is coming from overseas, across the US, or simply across town, moving can be a daunting, time-sucking undertaking…Not to mention if they have a family! For this very reason, it is not shocking that when faced with the possibility of being transferred or starting a new job in a new city,