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Knowledge, experiences, and the latest news.

Discover the latest on coworking news, workspace solutions, virtual office and remote work benefits, relocation tips and tricks, community stories, entrepreneurship on the island, and doing business in Puerto Rico. 

After a thorough application process and leadership vote, Piloto151 has been accepted as the newest member of The League of Extraordinary Coworking Spaces (LExC), the Puerto Rico-based coworking space announced.

Picture this – tasty food, drinks, and dancing your worries away. The crew and members share their favorite spots to detox in Old San Juan.

Innovation in technology has made it possible for the business world to appreciate the benefits of hybrid and remote work. 

Schedule your day and pencil in tasks with these tools to make daily life easier to manage.

So you need a place for your business address and mail to call home? Choosing the proper address for your growing startup is important.

Working from home? Learn how to dig yourself out of a creative rut and tips to open your mind and stimulate great ideas.

Relocating to Puerto Rico

Here are the essentials on Puerto Rico’s tax incentives for small and medium businesses and individuals via Kevane Grant Thorton.

Looking to buy a home in Puerto Rico? Here is a step-by-step guide to Puerto Rico’s real estate and finding your Caribbean dream home.

A virtual office in Piloto means sporting a virtual mailbox to view and manage your mail from anywhere in the world.

When you send a vehicle from the United States to Puerto Rico, it is necessary to register your car title through CESCO. 

In Puerto Rico, businesses are required to present a number of documents and pieces of information to obtain permits and certificates.

Relocating your business and your life is a lot easier than what you imagine. We’ve put together a roadmap to success to walk you through everything, from getting your business up and running to making friends.

If you are moving to Puerto Rico from the States, you will need to get a local driver’s license. It can be easy and quick for a licensed US citizen.

Puerto Rico is made up of six different regions on the main island with 78 municipalities, including the smaller islands of Vieques and Culebra. 

A virtual office in Piloto means sporting a virtual mailbox to view and manage your mail from anywhere in the world.