When is the Right Time to Become a Digital Nomad

When is the Right Time to Become a Digital Nomad?

Meet this week’s speaker:

Oscar Train, Project Manager and Founder of Kraken Web Studios

I started my journey as a digital nomad In the middle of the pandemic with no job, £3000 and 3 months to make something work. I knew I needed to come up with something that would allow me to be location independent and after some careful consideration, I settled on freelance web design.

Over the last year, I’ve travelled around Europe, made some incredible friends and memories and transformed my freelance beginnings into a web design agency, with plans to offer beginner nomads an easy and accessible entry into the world of remote working and travel.


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