Global travel and health insurer PassportCard has launched a new product designed solely for digital nomads. 

The product is aimed at digital-savvy remote workers and equips customers with a PassportCard red credit card. If a customer requires assistance, an app tops up the credit card, providing “location agnostic and comprehensive protection”.

PassportCard said it launched the new product due to the growing number of digital nomads, with New Zealand and Australia popular destinations for workers looking to relocate. 

The company said its new product requires no paperwork, and gives small business owners a flexible and bespoke plan.

According to the company, there are 35 million digital nomads worldwide.

“Accelerated through a blend of enhanced technology, better connectivity and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, this remote working trend has allowed a new generation of workers to learn new skills, build their contact base and deliver the same service level while travelling the world. 

PassportCard has a network of 2 million members spanning 150 countries, including Germany, Australia, Israel and Cyprus.

Leor Catalan, CEO of PassportCard Nomads said, “Now, for the very first time, there is a serious insurance option available for the digital nomad community - no matter where they are - that works in real-time and without the burden of laborious paperwork.
Our mission is to be the ultimate travel companion for customers.”

March 2022