Dubrovnik announces ‘Work. Location. Culture.’ Remote Work Conference in May

March 14, 2022 – The story of Dubrovnik’s digital nomad continues, as does the work. Location. Culture. The conference is announced, bringing work from anywhere to absolutely everywhere.

Good things are happening in the Pearl of the Adriatic.

A new initiative to reposition the iconic Croatian city, also known to millions as Kings Landing, is already paying handsome dividends.

Media poster boy for overtourism in 2017, Dubrovnik is now making headlines for very different reasons. Dubrovnik’s decision to explore the remote working route has propelled itself into an increasingly popular digital nomad destination. In partnership with Saltwater Nomads and Total Croatia News, the City of Dubrovnik and Dubrovnik Tourist Board hosted Croatia’s first-ever Digital Nomads Conference in October 2020, Dubrovnik for Digital Nomads, a conference that attracted considerable worldwide attention, including a mention in the Washington Poster.

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This was followed in April 2021 with the Dubrovnik Digital Nomads in Residence programme, the first of its kind in the world, in which the destination and its community co-created a future strategy for digital nomad tourism, in partnership with 10 resident nomads who contributed their know-how as city guests for 4 weeks. Read more in Dubrovnik Digital Nomads-in-Residence: Meet the Creators, Download the Case Study.

DNIR has already won two international awards, as well as considerable global recognition, and Dubrovnik continues its innovative path in the sector with the announcement of a major conference on May 5-7, 2022 – Labour. Location. Culture. On the official conference website:

Welcome – to the conference that brings work from anywhere to absolutely anywhere. Join remote professionals and destinations around the world as they inspire a global workforce that has greater location flexibility than ever before, and destinations that are reinventing themselves to support them through policies, infrastructure and communities.

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To work. Location. Culture. is designed for destinations, businesses and service providers in the remote workspace:

destinations

  • seek to attract teleworkers and digital nomads.
  • connect and collaborate with regions and “nomadic trails”
  • share success stories and build your profile with a global audience at a destination + decision maker event.

Companies

  • creating/updating remote/hybrid work policy, seeking expertise and global best practices for talent attraction, retention, productivity and well-being.
  • with a remote working policy – promote your business to attract global talent and get exposure as top RW companies.Employees:
  • learn more about advocacy and support for remote work, travel and working from home (wfh).

Service providers

  • Tools: remote collaboration, hiring, advice, legal and tax
  • Teams:off-site, team building, well-being, coaching, etc.
  • Digital Nomads: vanlife, retreats, communities, sustainability.

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Against the backdrop of beautiful Dubrovnik at the start of the season, the conference will additionally offer fantastic experiences such as NetWALLking along the historic UNESCO walls of Dubrovnik, sea kayaking and plenty of treats for Game of Thrones lovers. . Tickets include lunch and dinner on the day of the conference. Early Bird tickets are available until April 4 and can be reserved through the official website.

A full list of speakers will be announced shortly, and they will include 3 of the top 10 voices of remote work on LinkedIn, all of whom will be coming in person. You can download the program here.

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It promises to be an information-packed event, located in the charming city of Dubrovnik, and an exceptional networking opportunity for destinations, businesses and service providers. But there is more…

We will soon be launching the first official work pilot project by the Dubrovnik Tourist Board, with the launch of Win a Workation on March 15, for a team of four to enjoy a 5-star experience at Sun Gardens and be present at the conference.

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And for those of you who are planning to attend this conference, there are many reasons why you should stay in Croatia a little longer. Nomadbase will hold its conference in Primosten from May 9-15, and the award-winning Zagreb Digital Nomad Week returns in June to the Croatian capital – more details will be released on Win a Work and Zagreb Digital Nomad Week later this week.

To work. Location. Culture. is a collaboration between the City of Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik Tourist Board, Saltwater Nomads and TCN, with the support of Digital Nomad Association Croatia and Dubrovacka Bastina. Zagreb Digital Nomad Week is a partnership between Zagreb Tourist Board, Saltwater Nomads and TCN.

For more on beautiful Dubrovnik, check out the Total Croatia Dubrovnik in a Page guide, in partnership with Sun Gardens Dubrovnik.

For more news and reports on digital nomads in Croatia, follow the dedicated TCN section.

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