If you’re looking to fit more travel into your regular life, then one increasingly common strategy is to live as a “digital nomad,” someone who is able to take their work all over the world with them. However, you don’t have to settle into the life of a remote employee, you can just as easily start a business that you take all over with you, as well. Here are a few tips to help you master running a business from anywhere in the world.

Ensure the right work environment

First of all, you have to be ready to identify the best places to work, wherever you are. This might mean doing your research on co-working spaces in the locations that you’re traveling to. It might just mean bringing a Wi-Fi dongle and some headphones with you so that you’re always able to create the right working environment, no matter where you are. You want to avoid traveling to places that will make it downright impossible to work, as well.

Take data security as seriously as you can

Most people who run businesses typically do it from behind a monitor. This might be all well in good in an office or even your own home but, overseas, it can potentially be dangerous. You’re more at risk from hacks on public or semi-public networks, phishing scams, and even having your devices physically stolen. Do your research on what you can do to improve your digital security while traveling and spend the appropriate amount of your business budget on doing just that. A VPN is going to be one of the best tools at your disposal not just for the security that it offers, but also the ability to set your online location flexibly.

Open access to international markets

If you’re running a business overseas, it only makes sense that you’re going to target the overseas market. After all, you can provide services based on a pop-up basis, or use connections you forge to build up your customer base. If you do that, ensure your business supports overseas customers, whether that means you start accepting international payments or you localize your website to provide a better customer experience. Your traveling can be a benefit, not just a barrier to work over.

Systemize and outsource

Since you’re going to be spending more time in airports, on trains, and otherwise inaccessible, you want to ensure that your business is able to take care of itself for significant portions of time. Working with a remote team and systemizing the way that they work is one of the best ways to do this. However, you should also look at how you can outsource elements of your business, even getting the help of a virtual assistant can make things a lot more manageable for small business owners.

Running a business can certainly be demanding, and this is not made any easier by your flexible locations. But it can be done and, in fact, can be used to leverage unique opportunities. Hopefully, the tips above can help you with that.