Sunset Points (SP) is a co-working retreat focused company for digital nomads. Our retreats are adventurous, highly collaborative, exciting, experiential and international!
What is a Digital Nomad?
Over the last decade there has been a global shift to virtual offices and teams that has created a spike in growth of the ‘remote worker’. From this ‘remote worker’ a paradigm shift has occurred whereby the ‘digital nomad’ has evolved.
The digital nomad lifestyle became significantly more popular in recent years due to a number of factors. Internet connectivity becoming more widespread, even to rural areas, has done a world of good to help people travel to more areas (digital nomad or otherwise). Jobs becoming less location-dependent has also contributed to the ease of digital nomading (Wikipedia)
We curate communities of these ‘digital nomads’, professionals, young entrepreneurs and freelancers from across the globe to spend time together, co-working, co-travelling, and exploring remarkable international destinations.
We believe that every single individual benefits hugely by investing in their personal and professional development. SP retreats include a variety of mechanisms to work on you!
- Amazing locations
- Likeminded people
- Transformational experiences, both personally and professionally
- Organised adventurous and cultural activities whilst on retreat
- Co-working, work comes too, the week can go unchanged apart from the location!
- A vibrant working holiday!!!
SP retreats go ‘deep’ in regards to how our programmes can provide ‘transformational experiences’ for you on both a personal and professional level.
So, if you feel like releasing yourself & travel whilst still working, then join us!
Do you want to become a valuable part of a thriving global community? Do you want test your limit and learn from experience?
We offer you the possibility to work and explore the world at the same time via hassle-free nomadic experiences where freelancers, entrepreneurs and full-time employees can plug into a new “office” space in remote corners of the globe.
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