In the News: Skift Future of Work

Our Work From Home Webinar Series featured yet again as part of Skift’s Future of Work article titled “Families Able to Unlock Travel for Remote Work Through Virtual School Networks” by Matthew Parsons.

The article covers off the one teeny tiny hurdle many corporate nomads / digital nomads have when considering a move overseas…kids!! However, there are emerging solutions which are becoming more mainstream like The Family Workation or The Green School with locations in Bali, Mexico, New Zealand and South Africa.

You can also hear more about digital nomads in our Work From Anywhere series.  We would highly recommend the following episodes if you are interested in the topic of digital nomads:

Episode 7: The Digital Nomad Jobs Of The Future

Episode 9: The Remote Work World In 2030 (featuring one of Europe’s leading digital nomad thought leaders in Gonçalo Hall)

Episode 11: From Digital Nomad Visas To Digital Nomad Nations (digital nomad visionaries in Europe talk about how they brought digital nomad visas to Malta and Croatia)

Episode 12: Digital Nomad Families (featuring a mix of experts in the topic of remote working abroad with kids)

Please get in touch here if you are interested in interviewing either of the Work From Anywhere Team Founders for some thought leadership in the remote work space.

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In the News: About Abroad Podcast

John recently caught up with Chase Warrington on his About Abroad podcast where they discussed their shared love of culture and travel, living abroad with kids, and the education one receives from spending time immersed in another country.

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In the News: The Economist Podcast – “The Amazon of tax advice”

Thank you to Avantika Chilkoti and all the team at The Economist for featuring The Work From Anywhere Team in The Intelligence podcast.
During this discussion, Avantika talks about how Europe is a great place for digital nomads. Avantika points out that visa and tax rules are the biggest barrier for people wishing to adopt this lifestyle.

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In the News: Ireland Invests $10 Million to Draw Remote Workers Away From Its Cities

“It’s going to be politically tricky to offer lower income tax digital nomad visas like you have in some other countries, such as Croatia and Aruba. Many of the countries offering these visas have a high share of their economy in tourism, whereas in Ireland it’s only around 6 percent. So there isn’t the same pressure to quickly implement digital nomad visas here,” he added.

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