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It will soon reach a point where it won't be efficient for so many countries to have their own passes, so a universal one makes sense. But governments and tourism boards won't find it easy to hand over the reins to a third party.

Series: Future of Work

Future of Work

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As organizations start to embrace distributed work and virtual meetings, the corporate travel and meetings sectors are preparing for change. How will travel managers respond to new patterns of employee mobility? What role will hotels play in catering to distributed workforces and distributed meetings? Can destinations, and airlines, capitalize on the anticipated boom in digital nomads? Does the coming future of work increase or decrease the travel spend?

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Dozens of countries established digital nomad visas during the pandemic, with the special passes designed to help remote workers cross borders as smoothly as possible. Now one pan-European community wants to create a little more harmony, and has proposed a single visa for use acr