Today I welcomed Casey Armstrong to the show. Casey is senior vice president of Watchmaster.com, a luxury watch ecommerce company in Berlin. He’s helped grow startups, such as Mavenlink, Pivotal Tracker, and Pantheon. He also grew and sold PaleoHacks.com, and leads the online marketing for the New York Times bestselling book, The Lean Entrerpeneur.Subscribe to Nomadic Entrepreneurs in iTunes to get today's episode!
Casey has been traveling for business all over Europe and also has backpacked across the continent. He shares his experiences and impressions of the places he has been on today’s episode. We discuss all sorts of differences between life in America and other countries.
The things we discuss on today’s episode are:
- What’s it like working and living in Berlin
- The benefits of working online
- The terms “offshore” vs. “location independant”
- The usefulness of Google’s translation tools
- Traveling and living with kids abroad
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