In this issue…tap into the simplest overseas income—teaching English—to go to exotic places like Oman, Taiwan, South Korea or Chile. Discover a growing trend in Costa Rica for themed vacations where you can host retreats or camps for a niche tourist market. See how one expat is helping small Venetian businesses to develop their websites…and loving her interaction with the city. Or how another has created a new business producing natural sunscreen in her tropical home in Costa Rica. You’ll see how your language skills can create income in expat haunts overseas…and how to travel the world with free bed and board as a volunteer.
In this issue…discover a neat way of earning from renting out gear too bulky for vacationers to bring with them… Steve Reyer keeps surfboards in Nosara, Costa Rica…Jenson Foti provides motorcycles in Medellin, Colombia…Sarah Fahy and Rosi Cooney rent out baby gear in San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua. And there’s more… Meet Joyce Mnguni who organizes weddings in Playa del Carmen on the Riviera Maya and Patrick Murtha who teaches English the beautiful city of Queretaro, in Mexico’s Colonial Highlands. Elizabeth Bateman is making money renting out her spare room in Valencia, Spain through Airbnb while Colleen Mariotti is saving money housesitting her way around the world with her husband and three children.
In this issue, you’ll discover a world of opportunity in wellness, farming, property management, IT, and more. Meet Stephanie Jean Dore who took her practical, culinary skills and turned them into a consulting income in San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua. And check out the variety of ways you can tap into the health and wellness business overseas. You’ll find opportunities for property managers in Panama, where the number of vacation rentals is growing. Fancy going back to the land? Russ Offord has done just that in the Dominican Republic…he’s raising cattle and growing vegetables on a 500-acre farm in the beautiful, mountain region of Jarabacoa. Find out where you can earn with your computer skills…and how to avoid the pitfalls. Discover the perfect solution for selling goods to U.S. customers from your overseas home. There are so many more possibilities overseas. And you’ll find them in your latest issue of Incomes Abroad.
Turn your love of travel into a tour-guiding business. Here’s how folks are doing it in Morocco, Costa Rica, and London. Meet the amazing Rosanne D’Ausilio who, at 75, is running her own consulting business from the sunny Dominican Republic and discover the benefits of a co-working spaces for your online business. See how Sara Wilson and David Fernandez swapped high-stress living in New York for their own artsy bar in a Mediterranean village, while Peter Joost and Ned Cresswell set up ecotourism ventures in the cloud forests of Ecuador. Vic Johnson shows you how it’s never too late to start over and our correspondents in the field bring you news of a skill you can bring to expat communities.
Get your creative juices flowing…this issue shows how expats have turned their artistic leanings into profitable enterprises overseas. Lee Vanderwalker is running her gallery and gift shop on the blissful tropical island of Caye Caulker in Belize, where she has time for creating art, making jewelry, dreaming, or having a swim at sunset on the west of the island. See how you can set up a business in Mexico…or in Vietnam where demand for Western-style food and beverages is on the rise. And read why a marketing-executive-turned-photographer believes Medellin in Colombia is full of opportunity Discover opportunities in consignment stores and see how you can parlay your existing business skills into a portable and profitable consulting business.
This issue we’re taking a closer look at Colombia where early-in expats are discovering opportunities all over the country. Read our full report on this promising expat destination. If you’re looking for an online income that gives you freedom to roam, meet Sheila Brown who has figured out how to make money from e-commerce, blogging, training, Kindle books and more. You’ll find out how to fund an overseas venture through crowdfunding…make the most of housesitting to minimize your travel expenses…and why you need to change your mindset to change your life. See how Nicaragua’s most popular colonial city is attracting discerning expats and visitors with its cool vibe and how you can tap into its potential.
Discover the rewards of restoring a villa in Italy—or a colonial property in Mexico—and running it as a B&B or vacation rental. If you’re looking for a more portable overseas incomes, look at how digital nomads are thriving in Playa del Carmen. Great internet and affordable living make it possible If wellness is your game, meet the former New Yorker who runs a yoga retreat center on a Croatian island. And see how another American expat swapped her business in Utah for a life of simplicity in Italy. Plus, how to avoid home-office emergencies when you don’t have your IT guy to fall back on…and the tech gap in emerging countries that creates opportunities for expats.
Meet folks using their voices to make money overseas. Think about the ways you could put your voice to use…DJs, podcasters, singers, emcees, and commercial actors are all thriving overseas. If arts and crafts are more your thing, you’ll be amazed by the profit margins you can make in suitcase importing. Meet an expat who earns a living having conversational English classes with students online…and another who set up a school in Nicaragua. Plus we have news on starting a business in Chile…becoming a digital nomad in Ireland…setting up a home maintenance business in Central America…and tapping into the demand for craft beer in Southeast Asia. Start reading now
This month meet the people who persuaded their U.S. bosses to let them work from overseas... You can also find out about the companies happy to hire remote workers... Or perhaps you want to run your own business overseas... We also give you details of a special visa that lets you work in France. Leah Walker got it and now enjoys life in Paris...writing and blogging about France's best hotels, restaurants, fashion, and beauty products. If you’re creative and France is your dream locale, follow in Leah's footsteps here.
This month we’re taking to the sparkling, blue waters of the Caribbean and Pacific to explore the income potential of water-based businesses—paddleboarding, diving, kite-surfing, and more. Another man following his passion is George Robey, a keen fisherman and former police officer, who found a niche distributing American fishing tackle in Africa. This and lots more in your September issue of Incomes Abroad.