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RemoteCasa Partners with Digital Nomads Association Colombia to Redefine the Future of Remote Work Through AI-Powered Travel

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RemoteCasa's AI travel platform partners with Digital Nomads Association Colombia, offering 6,000+ members access to AI trip planning, vetted stays, local experiences, and discounts.

TORONTO - eTradeWire -- RemoteCasa, the all-in-one AI travel platform for Digital Nomads and Remote Workers, is excited to announce its new partnership with Digital Nomads Association Colombia. This collaboration aims to simplify the way remote workers plan and execute working vacations. Digital Nomads Association Colombia is the leading community for Digital Nomads, connecting, guiding, and inspiring nomads around the world to experience Colombia in harmony with its culture and local offerings.

Through this collaboration, RemoteCasa will offer its AI travel platform to over 6,000 community members across multiple countries. Digital Nomad Association Colombia members can now plan, book, and travel worry-free with RemoteCasa's AI-first travel platform, without the burden of monthly subscriptions or expensive co-living accommodations. The platform eliminates the stress of landlord negotiations, unreliable internet, and time-consuming planning, providing centrally-located, safe, fully-equipped accommodations and automated AI travel planning for a productive working vacation.

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Additionally, members gain access to RemoteCasa's suite of tools, including an autonomous AI trip planner for building itineraries, booking local vetted tours, and offering on-demand support during their travels.

"Since its founding, the Digital Nomads Association has embraced three core values: to connect, inspire, and guide digital nomads throughout their experience in Colombia. We connect nomads with companies, recognizing the importance of not only meeting their needs but also promoting sustainable tourism and supporting the local economy. We are very excited about partnerships like this one," says Nadia, Co-Founder & President of Digital Nomads Association Colombia

Digital Nomads Association Colombia's community members will also receive exclusive discounts on over 450 properties across 6 destinations within RemoteCasa's fast-growing portfolio and access to future platform features.

"We are thrilled to announce our partnership with DNA Colombia and extend a warm welcome to all its members to our platform. RemoteCasa has been developed by digital nomads for individuals like ourselves. With this partnership, our goal is to empower both current and aspiring Digital Nomads worldwide to effortlessly combine work and travel, while ensuring they remain productive during their journeys," says, Dan Lawrence, CEO & Co-founder of RemoteCasa.

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The partnership between RemoteCasa and Digital Nomads Association Colombia breaks the boundaries of accessibility for Digital Nomads who work remotely and reshapes the future of work. Providing secure, affordable work-from-anywhere options, alongside AI tools crafted to eliminate the challenges of planning, booking, and vetting, is opening crucial doors in the remote realm of the workspace. It offers equal opportunities to all who aspire to become digital nomads or work remotely.

For further inquiries/information, contact us at Press@RemoteCasaai.com

About Digital Nomads Association Colombia

Digital Nomads Association Colombia (https://digitalnomadsassociationcolombia.com/) is the leading community for Digital Nomads, connecting, guiding, and inspiring nomads from around the world to experience Colombia in harmony with its culture and local offerings.

About RemoteCasa

RemoteCasa's AI travel platform (http://remotecasaai.com/stay) is set to reshape the future of work by seamlessly blending work & travel via a connected planning & booking experience for Digital Nomads and Remote Workers.

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Dan Lawrence
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Source: Remote Casa Inc.

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