Some believe the rise of remote working reflects the beginning of a lifestyle change—and longer-term demand for co-working quarters and office spaces in hotels. In this article, Julia Winterflood wonders how the rise of the live-work fusion will open up new opportunities for travel worldwide.
CANGGU, BALI – Hailing from a small town in the north of France, Remy Fixon began his career in the hotel industry after studying hotel management and working primarily within the Radisson Hotel Group in Brussels and Nice. He then moved to Bali with his family where he’s been working in the coliving and coworking industry with Outpost ever since. Learn more about Remy’s story and discover his favorite thing about coworking in our latest space manager feature below.
Last week, a few folks on my team had a happy hour – socially distant, of course. While holed up in Singapore, watching the news, I don’t always see the progress that has allowed them to be so bold in Thailand. The TV news tends to take us to the worst spots over the past few months from China to Iran, the UK and the US. Short shrift is given to those countries who are ahead in round one of this fight – Taiwan, HK, Greece and Lithuania. My hope is that these tourist hotspots will lead the way in where travelers feel safe to go.
It’s now Theseday, Februember 34th. The pressure of uncertainty melts days together to an unrecognizable “Groundhog Day.” Some are using this forced time to develop a skill. Do that if you have the need to or the luxury to put aside everything. But few learn well under uncertainty, especially with organizations or families to head. Instead, I’m focused on building two traits: compassion and empathy.
Get to know our Co-founder David Abraham, as he shares the path that brought him to Asia, what inspires him to this day, and what led to his success with Outpost.
Ready for the rise of the ‘new nomad’, Outpost debuts its third coliving and coworking location in Bali
Outpost Ubud Penestanan completes the Bali trifecta alongside Outpost Ubud and Outpost Canggu, making the brand the largest coliving and coworking provider on the island. Located in the accessible, central Ubud village of Penestanan, Outpost Ubud Penestanan will welcome new nomads from 20 January 2020.
The coworking business has been around since 2005. In recent years it has been observing rapid industry growth. Today, when 2019 is coming to an end, niche influencers are making predictions as to coworking space trends 2020. Right now, there is a wonderful opportunity to learn about the future of the coworking industry and get ready to courageously burst into tomorrow.
Outpost: Fostering Communities Where Digital Nomads Can Connect, Explore, and Grow Beyond the Cubicle
If you’re ready to trade in your tired routine for a coliving and coworking adventure abroad, look no further than Outpost. The organization is providing communities of remote workers with unique shared experiences set against the striking backdrop of Bali. With a new location in Cambodia set to open in 2020, the company will further its mission to help workers across the globe satisfy their wanderlust.
BALI, INDONESIA - Hospitality brand, Outpost, launches a fourth coliving/coworking destination. The expansion solidifies Outpost as the frontrunner in creating a hospitality network geared towards Millennials. Outpost’s third hub in Bali - the iconic former Roam coliving property is honored as one of the six best coliving properties in the world.
SOUTH EAST ASIA - South East Asia has been a hot spot for digital nomads and location independent workers for years now. Nomad Capitalist reviews their favorites across Indonesia, Cambodia, Thailand, Myanmar and more.
CANGGU, BALI - With so many coworking spaces out there, the team at Coconuts wanted to test out who's the best of the best. Luckily, they came to Outpost Canggu to do a test run of our coliving and coworking spaces in the heart of Berewa's beach district. Check out what they had to say about our surfer's paradise in Bali, Indonesia.
MISSOURI, USA — The rapid digitization of our planet means more and more people are able to work remotely. Crystle Lampitt, a news anchor for the Kansas City Morning show, stopped by Outpost to learn more about taking your remote work on the road. She learns what working from paradise can really look like while spending some time with us in Bali, Indonesia.