Airbnb gives 12 people the chance to live anywhere in the world for a year


As the Covid-19 pandemic continues and people from many industries choose to work remotely, the notion of a ‘digital nomad’ is no longer limited to a young traveler living and working in a destination with like-minded peers. ideas. The concept expands to include virtually anyone looking for a change of scenery to live and work.

Despite challenges such as navigating time zones and the lack of a stable internet connection, the trend for the nomadic lifestyle is still strong and many remote workers have become more productive than they have ever been in one. traditional office. Some appreciate the freedom and flexible hours they have; others are just happy to have the opportunity to explore the world and meet new people.

And if you’ve always dreamed of becoming a digital nomad, being able to work from anywhere in the world, and constantly traveling, Airbnb is about to help you take that one step further. The short-term rental platform just launched a new giveaway to give 12 lucky people a chance to live exclusively in ads on Airbnb for a year. Accommodation costs will be covered and Airbnb will also offer the winners a transportation allowance and even help them organize local experiences. All you have to do is share your experiences with Airbnb and give them feedback on the program, to help the platform develop future product upgrades and innovations.

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“The experience of living on Airbnb has been a real transformation for us,” said Debbie Campbell in an official statement. “Live Anywhere on Airbnb will give even more people the ability to see the world from a whole new perspective, just like we did. We are delighted to see more people live and work wherever they want.

According to a recent Airbnb report, the share of stays of 28 days or more on Airbnb increased by 10% of nights booked compared to the first quarter of 2021. 11% of their long-stay bookings in 2021 reported living in a fashion. of nomadic life, with 74% of consumers expressing their interest in places of life other than those where their employer is based, even after the end of the pandemic.

Visit Airbnb website to enter the competition and find out more about the new program


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