SIGNIFICANT INCREASE IN DIGITAL NOMAD TRAVEL SECTOR DURING COVID-19

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We have seen a 300% increase in enquiries and bookings for islands such as Barbados that welcome long-stay visitors without special visa requirements”— Alexandra BaradiNEW YORK, UNITED STATES, IRELAND, November 6, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — COVID-19 has caused massive challenges to the travel industry around the world, but one sector experiencing significant growth as a result of the Pandemic is Digital Nomad travel. Founder of the Nomad List, Peter Levels predicts that there will be one billion Digital Nomads worldwide by 2035.
With modern technology and high-speed broadband available in most parts of the world, the transition to working from any part of the world has become seamless. The world has very quickly adapted to conducting business via various video channels as a result of COVID-19. This technology together with the advent of the Zoom era where has accelerated the speed of the growth of the Digital Nomad Sector.
Many countries decimated by the loss of tourism revenue are tapping into this desirable market. One of the first to announce its plans was Barbados. Mia Amor Mottley, the very progressive Prime Minister of Barbados, initiated a 12-month welcome stamp …

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