Airbnb is meeting with various leaders around the world to promote remote work and has partnered with up to 20 destinations to help the initiative.
Airbnb is essentially encouraging nations and some of the largest cities to adapt and “enhance” the experience of working remotely. In addition to adapting to the new travel trend, governments are being asked to:
Simplify the visa application processEncourage tourists to contribute to the local economyImprove tax complianceInvest in “basic amenities,” including community support for workers and their families, if applicable, and internet connectivity.
The 20 places that Airbnb says they will collaborate with to support remote employees are as follows:
Baja California Sur
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