If you’re tired of investing in shared office space just so you can type to the rhythm of twenty other entrepreneurs in a cold, corporate environment, perhaps you should follow the lead of entrepreneur Tom van de Beek.
The innovative handyman decided to convert a dusty caravan into a mobile office space so he could build his company from anywhere – even the woods!
As Beek shared with BoredPanda, he created the mobile office space because he thought it would be awesome to be in the wilderness as often as possible while also doing his work as an entrepreneur. This is how the first off-the-grid back to nature mobile office was created.
Tom’s mobile office runs on solar energy and provides him with all the necessary electricity needed to charge his laptop and phone. It even has LED lights, a comfortable couch, and a little espresso machine. What more could one want?!
The inspired move is serving Beek well, as he reports his company is now transforming more vintage caravans into micro-offices so others can work from the woods as well.
Some experts suggest that a large percent of the population will work online in the future. Do you think this radical – yet amazing – concept will catch on and inspire others to immerse themselves in nature while being productive?
Share your thoughts in the comments section below, and check out more of Tom van de Beek’s work here.
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