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A startup called Behere wants to make it easy for women to work remotely while exploring the world

A new startup, Behere, is aiming to make the popular digital nomad fantasy possible for women who want it. Thanks to the internet and the way the job market has changed, remote work has become an increasingly attractive option for many—but it isn’t always as easy as it sounds.

That’s where Behere comes in. The company focuses on taking care of the hurdles for you, so that once you get permission from your company, all you have to do is pack your bags and travel to to one of the company’s locations in Asia or Europe. There, you will automatically have access to coworking spaces, a gym membership, a private apartment, activities and networking events in your new city. The program requires a flat fee of $1000 and a monthly fee of $1400 (or more, depending on location and length of stay).

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The Behere website offers resources for women to talk to their employers about the benefits of remote work, including a template for a letter to submit to a boss.

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A new startup, Behere, is aiming to make the popular digital nomad fantasy possible for women who want it. Thanks to the internet and the way the job market has changed, remote work has become an increasingly attractive option for many—but it isn’t always as easy as it sounds.

That’s where Behere comes in. The company focuses on taking care of the hurdles for you, so that once you get permission from your company, all you have to do is pack your bags and travel to to one of the company’s locations in Asia or Europe. There, you will automatically have access to coworking spaces, a gym membership, a private apartment, activities and networking events in your new city. The program requires a flat fee of $1000 and a monthly fee of $1400 (or more, depending on location and length of stay).