By 2035 it is expected that 50% of the working population will be freelancing in some capacity.
Working remotely is becoming more of a lifestyle choice as people capitalise on the freedoms of mobile technology.
The result of this digital nomadism is changing how we connect as human beings and consequently the spaces in which we live. Tomorrow’s consumer is no longer a client or customer, but rather a ‘guest’ with the emphasis on the guest experience. The millennial traveller for example, seeks fulfilment from working remotely, meeting new people, exploring new cultures and destinations with an overall more holistic approach to life which is ultimately driving the change for a lifestyle-orientated experience.