This is an opportunity to not only test the digital nomad lifestyle in Dubrovnik, it is a chance to give back to the community and build a better experience for their fellow nomads.
The conference will offer the participants the opportunity to help guide the City of Dubrovnik better adapt to the needs of future nomads. Free accommodations, plus the opportunity to build the future – that is the fire from which digital nomads are already forged.
The competition and conference is the collaboration between Saltwater Nomads, Total Croatia News, the City of Dubrovnik and the Dubrovnik Tourist Board.
The project will commence on April 23 and will conclude on May 23, 2021. The ten ambassadors will attend design thinking workshops intended to create the strategic direction of the city to better serve their future nomad residents.
They will also receive professional development training and forge their skills in presentation, strategy development and networking. The event will culminate in an epic presentation fitting of Kings Landing at the end of the conference.
Applications can be submitted beginning today through March 31. The application and more details of the program can be found on the Saltwater website.
The pandemic has shaped our world in new ways. Once bustling tourist attractions have sat almost vacant. The local economies are in shambles. However, some destinations have taken this opportunity to reinvent themselves. It is fitting that a city most known for its exposure from Games of Thrones series is on the forefront of forging the new digital nomad experience.
Dubrovnik, nestled on the shores of the Adriatic Sea, has embraced the digital nomad culture. They held Croatia’s first-ever digital nomad conference in October and now will be the home to the world’s first digital nomad-in-residence competition.
Those lucky 10 selected from this mini-game of thrones competition will receive accommodations, complete with various tours, To learn more about Dubrovnik – check out the Total Croatia page guide.
This initiative came after a successful launch of a digital nomad Visa initiated by the Croatian government.