Starting Noad Exchange, a Home Sharing Network for Remote Workers

Starting Noad Exchange, a Home Sharing Network for Remote Workers

Meet this week’s guests:

Austin Laudenslager and Jonah Wolf, Cofounders of Noad Exchange

Austin and Jonah are best friends who worked together as engineers before leaving their corporate careers behind 4.5 years ago. They’ve been full-time digital nomads since and kept experiencing the same problem around the world: existing housing solutions fail to solve for remote work, affordability, flexibility, or mid-term stays.

They decided to do something about it, starting Noad: a home exchange network for remote workers and digital nomads with a home base.

  • Check out Noad’s website here.
  • You can check out Noad’s Instagram here.
  • Check out Noad on LinkedIn here.

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