Join us for our live webinar
Our "Webinar of the Month" series is an opportunity to get fascinating and practical insights on buying real estate in Spain as a foreigner.
Tuesday, November 3rd, 2020 at 18:00 CET (Central Europe)
The events of 2020 have changed our perspectives on many things, but especially on how and where we work. Many of us entered the world of remote work or working from home for the first time. A range of logistical, practical, and aesthetic considerations came sharply into focus. Where do I want to work? How can I get the space and quiet I need? What are my technical requirements?
Abama is a place where many residents telework, with more likely to in the future, so this is a consideration our architects and planners take very seriously. We are also interested in supporting our residents in their professional requirements, and providing access to useful resources.
Our webinar this month is a dialogue with Elsa Rodriguez of Tenerife Work & Play, a government initiative designed to facilitate remote work on the island. She'll discuss her organization's activities and answer your questions about the practicalities of life away from the office.
We also welcome the participation of Arsenio Pérez, one of the lead architects of our communities here at Abama, who will speak about designing spaces for remote work.
Join us and participate!
Elsa Rodriguez is a Lead Advisor at Tenerife Work & Play. An initiative of the island government, Tenerife Work & Play was founded to support the attraction of more digital talent to Tenerife, especially Digital Nomads, Remote Workers, and Startups. The organization is actively involved in building the local remote working community through networking activities, workshops, and social gatherings.
Arsenio Pérez is an architect at Corona Amaral Arquitectura, the firm responsible for the design of our Las Atalayas luxury villas. He has worked on major projects all over the island, including the expansion of the Tenerife Norte Airport, selected for the New York Museum of Modern Art's "On site" exhibition.