Jacqueline Jensen is the Community Evangelist at Piktochart. She is a former venture-backed startup founder, recognized storyteller, and relationship builder. As Community Evangelist, Jacqueline shares Piktochart innovation with various groups at conferences, and enjoys meeting users around the globe.

 

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How Digital Nomads Build Business Connections

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Combining work and travel isn’t a new idea, but today it’s even easier than ever before. If your work can be done 100 percent online, you might be able to join the throngs of digital nomads who leverage technology to work remotely. There’s now…

Recess Labs Is Reinventing Time Away With Structured Sabbaticals

What if the best way to advance your career is to take some structured time off?  Welcome to the rise of the early-career gap year. The idea of taking a sabbatical to pursue personal and professional priorities on your own time is gaining steam….

4 Skills Needed to Be Successful at Remote Work

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In 2015, 23 percent of employees reported doing a portion of their work remotely, up from 19 percent in 2003, Bureau of Labor Statistics data shows. But despite the growth in employees who identify as remote workers  – as well as employers seeking remote workers…

3 Challenges Faced By Digital Nomads

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According to FlexJobs, 3.3 million full-time professionals in the United States, excluding volunteers and the self-employed, consider their home as their primary place of work. This trend of digital nomads saying goodbye to traditional offices shows no sign of slowing. By 2020, FlexJobs projects…

Forget Networking Events, Set Up Office Hours Instead

Forget Networking Events, Set Up Office Hours Instead

For most people (including myself), it’s hard to connect with a stranger on a professional level. It’s taken more practice than I’d like to admit to muster up the courage to ask someone for professional advice. I often leave interactions wishing I had simply…

4 Digital Nomads Share Their Favorite Travel Apps

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Being location-independent often translates to a heavy reliance on innovative tools. If you’re thinking about adding a new app to your workflow mix, check out what these four fellow digital nomads find is working for them: Katherine Conaway “I have been a digital nomad…

3 Lessons After 30 Days of Remote Year: Am I Doing This Right?

3 Lessons After 30 Days of Remote Year: Am I Doing This Right?

Remote Year is a startup that offers a program for digital nomads to travel the world – bringing together a community of 72 digital nomads to spend a year working, traveling, and exploring 12 cities around the world. And, I’m one of those lucky…