This past year remote has become the ’new normal’ for millions of people around the world. But long before the pandemic hit us there were already digital nomads working remotely from all over the globe. What can we learn from the individuals and companies that already have years’ of experience of working from the road? And will we see a future where more people look to work remotely to travel or relocate to new locations?
Join in for a discussion about the remote workforce of tomorrow. You’ll get insights from the digital nomad movement and remote-first companies, learn about nomadic hubs around the globe and discuss the power of remote communities.
Emelie Fågelstedt is the co-founder of Svenska Nomader, Sweden’s largest network for digital nomads – people who work remotely with the help of digital tools and with the world as their office. Founded in 2017, today the community consists of 11 000 + individuals, ranging from freelancers and startup entrepreneurs to employees within both the private and public sector.
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