Georgia emerges as unlikely hotspot for digital nomads

American travel addict Candy Treft radiates enthusiasm while she extols the virtues of her new home country Georgia as one of the world’s best locations for digital nomads. The 51-year-old medical professional arrived in Georgia in 2019 and is now running a co-working and co-living space for foreign remote workers flocking to the tiny former Soviet republic nestled between the Caucasus Mountains and the Black Sea. Even before the Covid-19 pandemic, a growing number of people who could work fully remotely were striking out and adopting a digital nomad lifestyle — answering emails from the beac…

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