Zoe Cohen produces her Zoko Bags in Kenya. She got her start as a destination entrepreneur while she was getting a guaranteed weekly pay check. Here’s how.
Destination Entrepreneur Series: How To Not Come Home From Your Next Vacation, And Start A Business Instead
You don’t have to be stuck at that desk all summer. Here’s how Bianca Forzano left her office and ended up with a thriving company that she operates from the beach.
Find out how this 26-year-old started a newspaper in a foreign country.
I will be the first to admit that I have (more than occasionally) dreamed of spending a few years living on the beach in a laid-back part of the world, serving up drinks at a beach bar I have set up, watching the sun set over swaying palm trees. Come on, admit it. You have too. The thing is, over the last few years I have come across a lot of people who live exactly this life.
The Destination Entrepreneurs podcast (coming soon!) covers the amazing stories of everyday people starting cool businesses around the world. FInd out how to set up a beach bar in Costa Rica, how to manage a fashion label from a seaside town in the Caribbean, how to use your passion to get paid to travel around the world, how to $10,000s in free money for your business and more…