In 2011, I was living in Bangkok when the biggest flood in Thai history hit the city. Luckily for me, I was working for TEAM Group, a consulting company specializing in flood modeling and as employees we were updated closely about the situation. When the flood arrived on Bangkok’s outskirts, just 40 kilometers from my […]
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Elena is a English, French and Spanish translator for apps and websites. She has quit her full time job one year ago and started her Nomad Life – first in her home country, the Canary Islands, now she lives in Bali. Watch her why she loves Dojo so much and how the space helped her develop her skills.
Andrey was a regular member at Dojo in 2017 and worked as a product manager and developer. Now he has quit his job a few months ago with the goal to earn $1,000 / month (recurring) by shipping products. He gave himself one year to do so: Follow his crazy journey here.
Andrew owns a e-commerce shoestore. In this video he is talking about why he came to Bali, what he does, how his day at Dojo looks like and what he likes most about Dojo Coworking Space. Experience Dojo through the eyes of a digital nomad and member.
Andrea Loubier has been recognised as one of the thought leaders and top female entrepreneurs in South East Asia. As CEO of Mailbird, Andrea take inspiration from many other leading female tech entrepreneurs in changing the mind set and way we conduct personal and business communication through email today.
Kaan is a digital producer and full-stack developer. He has been designing and developing Interactive projects for over 10 years. He’s passionate about what he’s doing and believes in taking pride in beautifully produced work. Picking up a few awards along the way, he enjoys getting challenged and aspires to learn.
Today’s we are chatting with Danielle Thompson. Danielle has been running her successful design business, Studio Moku, for six years and traveling extensively for the last two years. She has also been involved in some really cool initiatives to empower disadvantaged people. Are you wondering how she manages to get all this done?