I love Evernote, as I’ve mentioned on this blog many times before. Note-taking tools are so useful for remote workers, and Evernote is my favourite. But it is not the only note-taking tool around, and there are actually a number of good tools that you may prefer over Evernote. Here are a few of its […]
2,200 small businesses recently took part in a survey by Freelancer.co.uk to answer questions about how much outsourcing to other countries they were currently doing, and the results were revealed this month. The survey, the results of which were published in Techwatch, found that outsourcing to developing countries has grown dramatically in the last year […]
Whether you are a self-employed freelancer, entrepreneur or running a business with numerous employees, anyone can make use of a virtual assistant (VA). The ability to call on someone whenever you need odd jobs carried out – often small jobs that are not highly skilled such as admin, phone calls, emails, typing, etc – can […]
If you’re planning on going abroad and setting up a business, one of the first things you will have to do is decide on a destination. You may already have somewhere in mind, perhaps somewhere with a beach, palm trees and year-round sunshine.
The biggest technology show of the year has already been and gone: but what were the best gadgets on display that looked interesting for remote workers? Here are five exciting gadgets that could soon offer useful benefits to remote workers everywhere.
Being a remote worker is great, but what about managing a team of remote workers? Whether you are the boss of a company and choose to have your employees working from home, or you work with a team of freelancers, there are a number of tools that may come in handy to make your life […]
Marc grew up around the Scottish Borders and after a short contract took him to South Korea he knew he just had to get back to Asia! Marc now owns his own business in Hong Kong and tells us about his new life with his family.
Staying in touch with business contacts is crucial in order to maintain good working relationships. One of the largest perceived problems with working overseas is staying in touch with your business contacts back home, but actually it shouldn’t be a problem at all.