A couple of years ago, it would have been chaotic, if not insanity trying, to work with a remote team.
However, with the emergence of innovative technologies like AI technology, automation, telecommuting, and virtual collaboration have become easier and effective more than ever.
This is especially the case in the sector which has been ranked as one of the biggest contributors to remote job opportunities.
In 2013, in the small mountain town of Chiang Mai in Northern Thailand, the digital nomad community had started to thrive.
Even though it was almost six years earlier when Tim Ferriss first published his book, The 4-Hour Workweek that Chiang Mai was first mentioned as an ideal place to live, it took a few years for expats and travelers to start full time businesses online.
During that time, the first coworking space opened and with just 10 members along with a few other entrepreneur friends, small meetups would happen once a month.
It wasn't until mid 2015 after a digital nomad meetup in a night club, called the Blar Blar Bar did the idea of the first Nomad Summit come about.