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Remote Stash
A directory of resources for remote workers and nomads

13 Alternatives to Remote Stash

Find the best cities to live and work remotely

Nomad List is a social network of 10,437 digital nomads. Discuss and discover the best cities to live and work remotely.

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Matt
Matt
A ton of great info here that is always being updated with new features.
Ayush Mittal
Ayush Mittal- bro @boombro, Founder RefR ✌
Compare local living costs of different locations - also includes information on weather & safety. The filters let one filter from a region, time of the year, living cost, air quality and much more.
Sven van der Zee
Sven van der Zee- Founder PlayStudio apps
For people who work remotely
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Forbes
Good, relevant information can be hard to come by in different pockets of the world. I can say this is especially true for Asia. What could be listed as a great spot for a hot bowl of noodles might now be a moped repair shop. Looking for a bank? The [...]
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Web store & payments for freelancers & entrepreneurs

Create a simple web store with a custom domain. Sell and get paid in every possible format.

- Sell files like books, music, software, videos and your designs.

- Sell your services through appointment scheduling.

- Service invoicing.

- Subscription management.

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Marko Islamovic
Marko Islamovic
Gigrove helps you get paid for your work from anywhere.
Marko Islamovic
Marko Islamovic
Helps you sell products and services without hassle
Marko Islamovic
Marko Islamovic
Gigrove supports appointment scheduling with payments - you can easily get booked and get paid for your custom services.
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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.
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.
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.
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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A repository of handpicked tools for remote teams

Solve the challenges of managing a globally distributed team by using the right tool for your company. Do you find it tough to choose the best tool? At remote.tools we have built a curated repository of 100+ tools across 20+ categories relevant for remote teams, with all the information needed in one place!

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Suvansh Bansal
Suvansh Bansal- COO, Flexiple
A fine repository of curated tools. You can check out design collaboration, idea management and visual collaboration categories to get to know about some other tools that other folks haven't yet recommended.
Suvansh Bansal
Suvansh Bansal- COO, Flexiple
Our curated repository of remote tools should be highly useful to you. We built it because even we were looking for some awesome tools to use for our team.
Suvansh Bansal
Suvansh Bansal- COO, Flexiple
We built https://remote.tools as we were faced with such questions on a daily basis. You can check out the Note keeping category for a to-do app. My personal recommendation would be Notion.so
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A curated collection of resources for the digital nomad

NoDesk is a curated collection of resources for the digital nomad, remote worker and traveling professional.

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Hacker Noon
Much of 2018 was about the digital nomad lifestyle going mainstream and the rise of remote work and fully distributed teams, a direct response to the modern workplace. We're squandering human health and potential on an epic scale by forcing the vast majority of people who dislike or hate the open office into that configuration.
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Keep your job, see the world, leave the planning to us 🏝️

Remote Year brings together groups of inspiring professionals to travel, live, and work remotely in different cities around the world for a year or four months.

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Nichole Elizabeth DeMeré
Nichole Elizabeth DeMeré- B2B SaaS Consultant
Explore the world. Keep your job. Work remotely while traveling the world for a year with a likeminded community of entrepreneurs.
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The easiest way to explore coliving/coworking retreats

nomad(hubb) is a simple interface for exploring coliving and coworking retreats around the world.

Filter monthly trips by date and location, or discover unique choices (coding bootcamps, rare places, etc.). Visualize trips that are 3+ months, coliving spaces open all year, and events for nomads.

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Curated delivery of remote jobs, straight to your inbox.

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Kate
Kate- Head of Social @ GitHub
You can browse a variety of remote jobs from their website, or you can sign up and get an awesome set of remote jobs selected for you and delivered to your inbox! 💌
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