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Outsite
Flexible co-living membership for $99/year

Outsite operates coliving/coworking spaces around the world. For just $99/year you can now access Outsite's global network from NYC to Hawaii (with more locations coming soon) at member's rates, as well as an active community and great perks!

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Fast Company
If you can afford the airfare, it's getting easier to be a digital nomad. Roam, a new network of co-living spaces, offers a lease that lets you continually move: After a couple of weeks or months in Madrid, you can head to Miami, or Ubud, Bali.
Vogue
The idea of living nowhere and everywhere at the same time is a lofty notion. However, if you happen to work for yourself in a market where traversing the globe is necessary, or if you have a job that requires you to move about from continent to continent, mainly on a moment's notice, then you understand the life of a nomad better than anyone.
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E-commerce for the gig economy: Create your customizable gig store. Sell and get paid easily.

- Sell your services through bookings.

- Sell shippable products.
- Sell products locally through delivery management.

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Marko Islamovic
Gigrove helps you get paid for your work from anywhere.
Marko Islamovic
Helps you sell products and services without hassle
Marko Islamovic
Gigrove supports appointment scheduling with payments - you can easily get booked and get paid for your custom services.
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British Technology
I was very much looking forward to a meeting with Marko. That day arrived few weeks ago when I was on a technological conference in Madrid. We had a great chat - and I felt like I learned a lot from this 26 years old.
HuffPost
Marko Islamovich shares his thought-provoking story on how GigRove is helping people develop careers and his vision of the future. One thing we all know about concept of GigRove is that it's very controversial.
Springwise
Workspace Nearly four years after Springwise first covered Gigrove, we check in with founder Marko Islamovic. The company has since pivoted from being a remote job-recruiting platform -one that could even match skilled travellers with hosts needing work done - to an e-commerce solution for freelancers and solo entrepreneurs.
TechCrunch
Bootstrapping London-based startup GigRove is looking to carve out a niche in the collaborative consumption space as a matching platform for digital workers with itchy feet and startups with a spare room and pressing skills need. Which is all very zeitgeisty in these digital nomad/citizen of nowhere times.
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