How to run a nomad business

Being a 'nomad' or a 'digital nomad' is becoming more and more common these days, with people traveling overseas and wanting to sustain a lifestyle away from their home country for as long as possible.

While it's incredibly easy to become a digital nomad if you've gotten lucky with cryptocurrency, most people tend to work remotely for tech-focused businesses in sunny places such as Thailand and Indonesia while earning a salary in USD.

So what do you do if you're not in tech?

Start your own business. It's not as hard as you'd think - if you're already working in a service based industry, all you really need is a means of marketing (such as Instagram), and some appointment scheduling software to help manage your bookings.

This blog will go through a series of professions with key examples highlighting how you can holiday in tropical paradise while earning enough to keep yourself going. The standard approach we would recommend is essentially to market to tourists from your own country, as you know them best - and offer them your services with appointment scheduling software.