The advisory firm has released a new guide explaining how to live, work, and succeed as a remote freelancer or solo digital entrepreneur in the beachside capital of the state of Santa Catarina, in Southern Brazil.
More information can be found at https://crucialconstructs.com/how-to-be-a-digital-nomad-in-florianopolis-brazil
Crucial Constructs has issued the new report to guide people looking to temporarily – or permanently – settle in Brazil. The report addresses visa and residency issues, the cost of living, the ease of wireless networking, and the best locations for work and entertainment.
Featuring over 40 beaches, Florianopolis – with just over one million residents – is considered a premier surfing destination worldwide. Accordingly, the city is accustomed to catering to the needs of travelers. In addition, the area is known as one of the country’s high-tech hubs, which helps to ensure top-flight Internet access and performance: city officials have dubbed it Brazil’s own Silicon Valley. Moreover, it maintains an international airport, as well as some of the country’s leading academic institutions.
Crucial Contructs’ report states that, while there is currently no visa designated specifically for digital nomads, individuals can typically extend their 90-day visas to 6 months without difficulty. The average cost of living for a comfortable life that covers accommodation, utilities, car transportation, co-working areas, and entertainment will likely not exceed $1,600 – and can be far less.
The guide lists the authors’ favorite four co-working spaces, areas that guarantee higher-speed Internet access, support staff, and a comfortable working environment. One location, O Sitio, offers over one thousand meters of surrounding green foliage and a tranquil atmosphere conducive to productive work. It maintains a fully equipped kitchen and ample parking. Private office space can be rented out, as well.
The report by Crucial Constructs also covers medical insurance matters, transportation options, the best areas for lodging, and the city’s vibrant entertainment and nightlife scene.
“Florianopolis combines many of the features that make for an ideal digital nomad base: inexpensive living, reliable WiFi access, and a beautiful environment,” said a Crucial Constructs spokesperson. “Safety in Brazil is always a paramount concern, but if precautions are taken, this city does represent an attractive option for digital nomads.”
Interested parties can learn more at https://crucialconstructs.com/how-to-be-a-digital-nomad-in-florianopolis-brazil
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