Workforce Wanderlust: The new way of working is location independent

What will our work become in an itinerant world? British-Australian entrepreneur, Kate Kendall, weighs in.

Aaron Foley

Taking destiny into their own hands, digital nomads are finding they can control how, when and where they work. By 2020, this figure is projected to be 40% of the total workforce.

In this episode, we speak to Kate Kendall, CEO of freelance platform CloudPeeps, who sees this new interconnectedness as a gateway not just to a new way of working, but to understanding each other more deeply. 

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