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Speakers and volunteers on stage at 7in7 Year Four in Wellington


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Want to speak at 7in7 in Montréal? Year Five speaker applications are now open.

Know someone who’d be a great speaker? Tell us!


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Want to join the growing 7in7 team? We’re always looking to expand, so if you’d like to be involved with Year Five, volunteer applications are now open.

If you have suggestions or would like to help in other ways, get in touch!


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The 7in7 scholarship program is a way for digital nomads from less privileged backgrounds to attend a 7in7 Conference. Want in? Apply here!

People from developing nations, women, people of color, LGBTQ+ people, and members of other marginalized groups are encouraged to apply!


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Want to be an official sponsor of our Year Five conference in Montréal?

We’re looking for monetary sponsors, perks such as digital memberships, and apps we can give to our attendees. We’re also quite fond of product giveaways.

Get in touch and let us know what you’re thinking.


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Want to cover 7in7 Year Five? We’ll have a limited number of press passes available for our next conference. Get in touch and let us know your angle, along with your current publication and any prior writing samples.

Nomad Support Squad

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The Nomad Support Squad is 7in7’s initiative to give back in meaningful, lasting ways. Every year 7in7 adopts a local organization from our host city to help them however we can. Not just for one day after the conference, but hopefully for years to come.

Our Year One organization is Steps with Theera and their 1in68 campaign to raise awareness of Thai youth with autism. Our Year Two organization is Homeless Entrepreneur – they provide homeless people with professional support and housing in order to build businesses. Our Year Three organization is The Peace Hub – they connect artists and women entrepreneurs with resources and international networks to transform community projects into social enterprises.

Our Year Four organization is Zealandia. They’re the world’s first fully-fenced urban ecosanctuary, with an extraordinary 500-year vision to restore a Wellington valley’s forest and freshwater ecosystems as closely as possible to their pre-human state.

Our Year Five organization is Groupe Pro-Vert. They’re a non-profit who aim to improve quality of life of through beautification, cleanliness, and recycling. In Montréal, they maintain a series of urban gardens along the Lachine Canal to create favorable habitats for birds and insects.