Grenada to launch digital nomad programme

Grenada is joining the rest of the Caribbean with a new digital nomad programme expected to be launched next month. (Photo via DragonImages/iStock)

(Loop Caribbean) Grenada will launch a digital nomad programme in October.

The island will join the likes of St Lucia, Montserrat, Dominica, Cayman Islands, Curacao, Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda and Barbados to lure long term visitors by allowing them to engage in remote work from the destination.

Barbados was the first to initiate this concept in the region with its Welcome Stamp.

Speaking to the travel media last week during a press conference organised by the Caribbean Tourism Organisation, Cherisse Hamid, the new Sales and Marketing Manager for Grenada Tourism Authority, said the programme will be for a 12-month period.

She said the programme is designed to be extended after the initial 12-months.

The digital nomad programme will include a concierge service to help families settle into life on the island.

Read more at: Loop Caribbean

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