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3 Things Successful Business Travelers And Digital Nomads Have In Common

Posted by Yoko Uchida on Nov 22, 2016 10:00:00 AM

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As the world economy becomes more global, the job markets follow close behind. Companies search for talent beyond the traditional boundaries set by countries. Workers are also taking advantage of this trend and work remotely in every imaginable way. You can get a remote job in many fields like software engineering, social media marketing, and copywriting to work from anywhere in the world. You can also have a traditional career that has grown into traveling the world as a salesperson or a brand ambassador. Working on the go provides the same advantages and challenges for all digital nomads.

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Topics: Outbound Business, Young Backpacker

5 Unforgettable Places To Eat In Madrid

Posted by Yoko Uchida on Nov 8, 2016 10:00:00 AM

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Europe is one of the most desirable destinations for travelers. It has some of the best hotels and transportation systems in the world. You can hop from country to country in a matter of hours with trains, buses, or short flights. The rich cultures concentrated together makes it convenient to see and do a lot in short time. One of the jewels of Europe is Spain with countless things to explore like art, architecture, wine, cuisine, and nature. One of the best places to experience all of these is in Madrid, the capital. Madrid is at the heart of Spain and is the epitome of Spanish culture. There is no better way to explore it than through its cuisine. Here are few places to eat in Madrid that should be on everyone’s itinerary:

 

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The Best Ways To Travel Europe

Posted by Yoko Uchida on Nov 2, 2016 11:38:06 AM

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There are many unforgettable places to visit across the globe. Europe alone contains many points of interest in close proximity. The old continent is home to a range of countries with unique and fascinating cultures. The spirit of Europe attracts many travelers and digital nomads who stay for months or years, often working from their laptops and hopping from country to country.

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Topics: Outbound Business, Young Backpacker

Essential Planning and Backup Hacks for Digital Nomads

Posted by Yoko Uchida on Oct 27, 2016 3:12:23 PM

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Travelling the globe as a digital nomad and working from your laptop at cafés or hostels around the world has become a desired lifestyle. The flexibility of working your own hours and experiencing different cultures and cuisines is enticing. All you need is connectivity in the form of wireless internet and you can work from anywhere.

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5 Career Paths That Allow You to Work Remotely from Anywhere

Posted by Yoko Uchida on Oct 25, 2016 2:08:58 PM

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It has never been easier to work remotely. With global proliferation of communications and the exceedingly low prices of flights, staying in touch digitally and travelling around the world are becoming more affordable. Many professionals choose to work remotely. Many companies choose to hire remote specialists to telecommute from their home countries. This growing form of work relationships has given birth to the digital nomad worker. Free-minded professionals migrate from country to country working remotely, favoring warm climates, alternative cultures and proximity to nature. Everything you need to be one of them is one the following careers and a reliable WiFi connection.

 

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China Travel Tips: Productivity Hacks for Your Business Trip

Posted by Yoko Uchida on Aug 23, 2016 10:00:00 AM

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Visiting China on business is very different than visiting China on vacation. The country doesn't allow Gmail, Facebook, Instagram, SnapChat and other apps that let you connect easily with all your contacts back home, and it becomes extremely challenging to stay connected with your local contacts or people back home.

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Topics: Outbound Business

5 Things to Know Before Leaving for a Business Trip to Japan

Posted by Yoko Uchida on Aug 18, 2016 10:00:00 AM

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International business trips can be challenging especially when you're traveling to countries like Japan. Not only the time differences are wide and you may be tired from jetlag, but also the cultures are often very different especially if you are from the western countries. Because of that, it's always good to over prepare than under prepare, and below, I've listed some tips and things to know before you leave for business trip to Japan.

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Topics: Outbound Business

3 Types of Travelers Who Need A Portable Wifi Hotspot

Posted by Robert Blaker on Jun 16, 2016 4:12:00 PM


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Let’s take a look at a few different people who can benefit from traveling with a portable wifi hotspot.

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Topics: Outbound Family

The Keys to a Hassle-Free Global Wifi Experience

Posted by Robert Blaker on Jun 9, 2016 3:20:58 PM


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It’s easy to stay connected in your home country. You probably have mobile coverage pretty much everywhere you need it. Staying connected while traveling usually presents more of a problem. Here are a few tips to enjoy a global wifi connection:

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Topics: Outbound Family

Tips for Keeping a Travel Journal

Posted by Robert Blaker on May 26, 2016 10:00:00 AM


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A travel journal can be a valuable tool to record the details and interesting moments that are the reasons we enjoy traveling in the first place. A picture is worth a thousand words, a picture can’t record a description of how the traditional local breakfast tasted or the funny thing that happened when you were walking through the open-air market on your first day in the country. Your own words can go a long way when it comes to remembering the small details and utterly human experiences that come with traveling. Here are some of our tips for starting and keeping a travel journal:

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Topics: Outbound Family