Barbados offers a wide variety of workspace options of which to work.
The notion of living a location-independent career has grown in popularity over recent years.
More than 7.3 million workers in the United States now describe themselves as ‘digital nomads’ who choose to embrace the freedom of working remotely.
Barbados offers a wide variety of workspace options of which to work. You can choose a large communal workspace like Regus, on the west coast of the island, which offers a lot of amenities and an International network of physical and visual spaces. You can work in TEN Habitat in the city capital Bridgetown, with its ideal space for smaller teams. There are spaces like Desktop.bb in the physical centre of the island in St. George. There is also the social atmospheres of a chic cafe many of which dot the island.
Although warm in climate, Barbados features cool trade winds that blow in from the Atlantic, miles of sandy beaches, and tropical forests; this diverse island may be small in area, but large in hospitality. Trade-in the uninspiring and cramped living space and the stale air of the city office for the natural surroundings of Barbados.
And when the working day is done, witness some of the most spectacular sunsets in the world.