Someone who can work on any device, at any time, from any location and enjoy the benefits of traveling while earning a living. You can work for yourself, as a freelancer or as an employee. You do not work at your company’s headquarters or its registered seat. You usually move from one location to another – from a few days to a couple of months. A digital nomad is not the same as a remote worker. Remote workers have a base, but not together with the rest of the team. Either they do not live where the HQ is, or they move because of their spouse, to take care of their parents, to start a new business, etc.
Individuals who want to make a difference. Startups looking to tap into the thriving Greek ecosystem and talent pool. Multinational corporations looking to relocate some of their employees or operations. In general, anyone who meets the requirements of current national legislation on digital nomads (Law 4825/2021, article 11).
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