2035 It is the year when digital nomads will make up about 10% of our planet's population in some research cases. With exponential growth rates, technology is becoming the vehicle to get to the aforementioned date quicker than we realize.
1 in 3 workers will have lived / will live the digital nomad way of life. By these numbers, if digital nomads were a sovereign State, it would be ranked 3rd or 4th by population. Therefore, digital nomads will be next to us, in our city, they will be our friend, our child. An impressive and huge market!
In this journey of studying and promoting this way of life, we see cities as hubs, the work as a way of self-completion in a wider environment of globalized perception, and socializing as a tool of education in a wider open-source world. Digital Nomads are the workforce of tomorrow. Those who are constantly looking for the new and the unknown! They are the pioneers of the new humanity, one without colors and discriminations, they are the teachers of practical humanism, the one that demands a free spirit and respect for the deep roots.
The roots of humanity are nomadic.
Nomads were the first self-organized groups to start moving to Europe, Nomads were the guilds that built the Basilicas of the Middle Ages, Nomads were also the first Scientists of the Renaissance.
Welcome to the Digital Nomads Observatory!
The Digital Nomads Observatory is supported by a strong group of scientists and professionals in terms of research, information exchange and policy strategies.

_ Our goals.

Digital Nomads: The ever-growing global trend of the 21st century.

Digital Nomads Observatory was founded to promote the following principles:
  1. Encouragement of digital nomads’ lifestyle as innovating and viable,responsiveto the needs of modern globalized society.
  2. Promoting the lifestyle of the digital nomad as innovative and viable, in response to the needs of the modern globalized society.
  3. The promotion of actions that respond to and serve the needs of digital nomads.
  4. Researching the socio-economic needs of digital nomads.
  5. Researching and demonstrating the economic and social benefits to a modern city or country of accommodating digital nomads.


Support the cause of developing sustainable policies, friendly to Digital Nomads for the local governments across the globe, and get insights directly out of the studied destinations.
Find out how

_ Who are the Digital Nomads?

The Digital Nomads are people who work while traveling, as their physical presence at their workplace is not required, or freelancers who work remotely. They usually belong to the Millenials - or GenZ generation. They look for destinations that are safe and offer alternative workplaces, fast internet connections and a sufficient number of activities.

_ How we will achieve and sustain our goals

To achieve our statutory objectives, Digital Nomads Observatory will use the following tools:

  1. The establishment of a think tank
  2. Continuous research.
  3. Collaboration with universities and educational institutions.
  4. Collaboration with ministries, regions, municipalities and Local Governments.
  5. Institutional interventions.
  6. Working with the media to promote our agenda.
  7. Providing central information for digital nomads about nomad-friendly cities.

_ How we will achieve a positive impact on society

Digital Nomads Observatory will have fulfilled its foundational purpose by achieving the following goals:

  1. Creating sufficient ecosystems and foundations to encourage young people to welcome, serve and facilitate the lives of digital nomads.
  2. Attracting digital nomads to nomad-friendly, modern, smart cities.
  3. To inform society through public appearances, seminars and information materials.
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