Barry Morris

Barry Morris is the president and CEO of CapRelo, and a regular contributor to the blog. Mr. Morris leads the company’s strategic initiatives in delivering global relocation services to Fortune 500 corporations and the federal government. His resume includes notable executive leadership roles with prominent telecom and technology organizations with significant global presence, including Dell EMC, Polycom, Cogent Communications and Nortel Networks.

Recent Posts

Controlling the Costs of Relocation

  Providing relocation assistance can involve many complexities including selecting a mover, providing help with selling a home and support beyond the move in the new location. With a global relocation however, there are additional concerns such as visas, international taxes and housing allowances, all of which may involve a high cost.  Cost control, which is nothing new to relocation managers,

Managing the Unexpected: Putting Safety First During Employee Relocations

Relocating is never easy for anyone – even when a new job provides better pay or benefits. Yet, the employee relocation process can be a critical step in moving your business in the direction it needs to go. CapRelo is trusted by many Fortune 500 companies to manage this transition process every step of the way.  Whether an employee is working directly with their personal relocation counselor

Looking Ahead: Global Mobility in 2019

The political and economic changes of 2018 confirmed that global mobility needs to be a focal point in 2019. As the year unfolds, there are critical areas of change within global mobility that our team at CapRelo is facing head on. Any major tax and political change can quickly prompt a sudden need to stabilize assignments.  Anticipating external changes, and identifying the potential risks and

New Year, New CapRelo.com

I am pleased to announce the launch of CapRelo’s new website. Having been in the works for the better part of 2018, we’re entering the New Year with the arrival of a new site that offers a seamless, more intuitive user experience.  You may also notice that CapRelo has debuted a new logo and fresh branding to accompany our new website. This look is more modern and we hope demonstrates a company

Making a Global Footprint

According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, 96 percent of the world’s consumers live outside of America. That’s almost 2 billion people. To get access to this growing class, companies may need to expand to new shores. There are many opportunities and benefits that come with doing business abroad. Government incentives and foreign investment opportunities aside, doing business

CapRelo and JK Moving Cycle for Survival

CapRelo and our sister company JK Moving Services once again committed our support to Cycle for Survival, an indoor team cycling fundraising event to beat rare cancers. The fundraising effort supports research for pancreatic, brain, stomach, ovarian, and thyroid cancers; leukemia and lymphoma; all pediatric cancers; and many others. This is the 11th year for the event. So far, Cycle for Survival

Embracing Employee & Community Wellness

According to Forbes, happy and healthy employees are up to 20% more productive than unhappy employees, and when it comes to salespeople, happiness has an even greater impact, raising sales by 37%. At CapRelo, we're not only devoted to providing the best customer service to our clients, but also to doing right by our team. Over the years, we have found it pays to take stock in our employees'

Meet Pete Larkin, CapRelo's Own "Deputy Chief"

At CapRelo, we value employees with a sense of mission and service, and encourage our team to pursue a greater purpose both in the workplace and outside of it. To learn more about him and is role at CapRelo, I recently sat down with VP of Global Business Development, Pete Larkin. Or perhaps we should be calling him "Deputy Chief."  Raised in Hartford, CT by parents who both worked for the