Emmy Yoshida – TripSitta

September 29, 2022 |
Emmy Yoshida

Professional childcare for families

Emmy Yoshida is the founder and owner of International Babysitters, a multilingual babysitting agency who specialise in organising childcare for international families at home or on holiday and TripSitta, a holiday-nanny platform for jet-setting families, looking for quality childcare in various European cities. Emmy launched her business in 2016 when she relocated to Milan as a single mum with her young son. After International Babysitters had picked up considerable steam with travellers, international residents, and individual childcare workers in Florence, Emmy knew she had tapped into a much larger need. The company grew into TripSitta, a holiday nanny service offering experienced nannies all over Europe. Languages spoken among the families and nannies include English, Italian, Spanish, German, French, Arabic and more.

Whether you need a babysitter for an event, wedding, business trip, so you can have a date night, visit a vineyard or just to have an extra set of hands and enjoy some well deserved me-time on your next vacation, TripSitta can help.

You can find your ideal local babysitter based in your holiday destination or organise a nanny who can stay with your family and look after your children full time on your next trip.

Begin your TripSitta journey today by visiting tripsitta.com – type in the dates and times that you need a babysitter or holiday nanny, enter the destination and choose from our selection of carefully vetted, experienced and friendly nannies. Check out their profiles, reviews and references and their introduction videos, then select your favourite and book online, quickly and easily. You are only ever a few clicks away from meeting your family’s next TripSitta, wherever you are going!

What we like about them

  Emmy grew her business out of a personal need and real experience
  Only experienced nannies and babysitters with safety checks
  Personalised service whether you are on holiday or live there

In their own words

No more dragging children around ancient archaeological sites or museums while they beg to go back to the hotel. No more missing out on that fancy restaurant because you don’t think the other patrons will appreciate dinosaur noises over the sound of the classical piano. No more having to spend every waking moment in the swimming pool on holiday while your children jump in and out of it like yoyo’s.” Emmy


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