Established as a software company in 2010, and having helped over 150 digital nomads, Iglu has become the leading digital nomad community in Thailand.

The company’s Finnish cofounder, Ozzi, has been living in Thailand since 2000. He came here first as a student, then a freelancer. In 2010 he cofounded Iglu. The company has been expanding in size, attracting digital nomads and IT professionals from all over the world to Thailand.

Iglu offers a complete relocation solution to live and work legally in Thailand, either as an individual, as a team, or as a family.

Wondering how it works?

To be employed by Iglu, you need to work in software development, web design, IT, or SEO industries and have your own clients. Then Iglu bills your clients for you. You get 70% of the invoice amount while Iglu gets 30% for administration fees, income taxes, and social security, per Thai laws.

When all the conditions are met, you get Thai business visas and work permits and access to their offices in Bangkok, Chiang Mai, and Phuket.

Iglu is available for digital nomads and for startups who are moving their team to Thailand, as well as remote employees working for their employer back home. If you’re a backpacker or traveler, you can also use it if they meet the requirements above.

Are you interested in running your company or freelance business legally in Thailand using Iglu? Fill out the form below and a representative from Iglu will be in touch with you shortly.

*Iglu doesn’t sell or guarantee visas and work permits. Final approvals are done by Thai authorities.


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