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Digital Nomads, Here’s The Site That Has All The Info You Need

Today’s Killer Startup: Nomad List

 

 

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Elevator Pitch

Nomad List is the one stop spot for all the information digital nomads need about potential new cities.

 

Why It’s A Killer Startup

Over the past year, I’ve gotten really good at tracking down information and resources about new cities. That’s because my boyfriend and I have lived in five different cities in four countries since this time in 2014. We’re part of the growing population of “digital nomads” – people who work online and therefore aren’t tied to one place due to their job – and as I write this, I’m sitting in a working space in a colonial mansion in Antigua, Guatemala.

 

This morning I starting researching Bali, the next country on our frequent flier list. The Airbnb rabbit hole is one that can suck me in for hours if I let it, so I got out of there quickly – only to be sucked into Nomad List.

 

While not as pretty as Airbnb (but let’s be real: who is?), Nomad List provides exponentially more useful information. It lists cities in each region of the world, and then breaks down all of the info you need about it: average cost per month, internet speed, coworking spaces, and the startup scene, to name a few. While I’m a little skeptical of where they got their info – I’ve lived in both Argentina and Chile, for example, and there’s no way the cost of living in Buenos Aires is $400 more per month than the cost of living in Santiago – it’s definitely a great resource for general information about cities we’re headed to next.

 

Nomad List is also hopping on the paid Slack chat bandwagon, with the #nomads group. The group is pricier than most – $30 one time fee – but gives you access to digital nomads around the world. For folks that are feeling lonely in a new city, I think it could be a great resource for meeting new people and gathering information about their newest homes.

 

Tweetable

Are you a #digitalnomad? Check out @NomadList for info on every new city.

 

Photo Credits

nomadlist.com | solominviktor/Shutterstock

Author : Emma McGowan

Emma is a proud native of Burlington, Vermont, who has lived in six different countries over the past two years. She's living and loving the global nomad life and writing about technology and startups everywhere she goes. Check out more of her writing about tech on (the more titillating stuff) KinkAndCode.. Follow her on Twitter @MissEmmaMcG.

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