Why local municipalities are courting remote workers while nations still don’t understand them.
These experts are navigating uncharted waters by leading innovative government policy to not only attract remote workers, but prepare their countries for the fourth industrial revolution.
Moderator: Mike LaRosa, Founder @ Coworkaholic
Panelists: Mita Carriman, CEO @ Adventurely, Gonçalo Hall, Co-Founder @ Remote Europe & Ivan Brkljac, Managing Director @ Tačka Povratka
People know Mike LaRosa as “Mike the Coworkaholic”. Since 2013 he’s researched, studied and visited over 600 flex workspace locations in 42 countries. His blog, Coworkaholic, is all about “coworking and traveling the world on points and miles”. Mike has consulted organizations such as JLL, Selina, WeWork, Deskpass, Marriott and many others on the ever changing needs of a modern workforce.
Gonçalo Hall is a remote work consultant and evangelist who launched projects like the Remote Work Movement, Future of Work Conferences, Remote Portugal and Remote Europe in order to help the movement grow and spread. The Digital Nomad Village is Gonçalo’s most recent project, being developed in Ponta do Sol, Madeira island.
Before becoming Managing Director at Tačka Povratka, Ivan Brkljac was a Co-founder and President of Mokrin House, the first coliving project in South East Europe, and one of the pioneers in the sector of rural coworking and coliving. As the Director of the Program for Circular Migrations, Ivan’s role is the creation, curation and coordination of different programs directed towards Serbian diaspora.