Why Yaloya?

How you work is important. Not from where.

Our Founding Team

Matthias Frenzel


Matthias has a degree in business administration. He worked for many years as “Head of Digital” in leading companies in the tourism, finance and real estate industries and was most recently active as a successful start-up founder (e.g. Hausgold.de) and as a management consultant (various DAX companies) with a focus on digitization.

Carsten Reimann

Members & Partners

Carsten started as a lawyer in BigLaw and the automotive industry. With Xenion Legal, he then built up a legal company and sold it to one of the major international law firms. For many years he has been dealing with the topics of happiness research, AI and NewWork under the motto “Delivering Happy Lawyers”.

Martin Häusler

Platform & Tech

Martin loves digital platforms and marketplaces. At Yaloya Club, he helps with the technology to make working-from-anywhere, which is already popular and widespread among IT professionals and creative people, as easy and natural for the legal profession as booking a taxi.

About Yaloya Club

“It has never been clearer that the workplace for knowledge workers is not a single designated physical environment, but rather it is any place where work gets done.”

Roberta Sydney, June 2021

Working from flexible locations is part of a sustainable business culture. This not only increases subjective satisfaction, you are also more productive than just working in the office or at home.

We exist to encourage and support legal professionals to pursue a meaningful career while regularly working from appropriate “third places”. We call it workaways. We are currently working in Portugal, on the Baltic Sea and in northern Italy. Further locations are in preparation.

Yaloya Club opens the door to the preferred places of inspiration, retreat and networking for modern lawyers. We develop the ideal combination of concentrated work and relaxation after work. Yaloya brings people and topics together in attractive locations, initiates innovations and dialogue.

Media & Press

Here’s What's Happening To Remote Work In 2023

Source: Forbes 10.01.23

Work in one of these 7 industries if you want to go fully remote in 2023

Source: Fast Company 04.01.23

WFA is the future

Source: The Times of India 27.03.22

The work from anywhere movement is gaining steam

Source: The Sydney Morning Herald 10.02.22

In defense of hybrid working, this CEO says it makes no sense for people to trek into the office 'just to sit on Zoom'

Source: Business Insider Africa 06.02.22

Harvard And Stanford Professors Predict The Future Of Work

Source: Forbes 08.01.22

Quinn Emanuel Says Lawyers Can Work From Home Indefinitely

Source: Bloomberg Law 20.12.21

WFA Series | Episode 16 My Work From Anywhere Dream

Quelle: WFA Team Talkshow 25.11.21

Turning The Great Resignation Into Great Retention

Source: Forbes 19.10.21

The Rise Of WFH & The Live-anywhere Generation

Source: Yorkshire Times 02.10.21

The Great Reboot - PwC offers U.S. employees full-time remote work

Source: Reuters 01.10.21

The Anywhere, Anytime Workplace

Source: Forbes 29.06.21

Deloitte tells UK staff to work from home indefinitely

Source: Moneycontrol News 20.06.21

So Far, So Good With Work From Home: Should It Be Permanent?

Source: Forbes 13.05.21

Work From Home Is The New Normal For Workers Around The World

Source: Forbes 29.04.21

Once Pandemic Ends, Do We Really Want To Go Back To City Office Life?


Source: Forbes 12.04.21

The pandemic forced a massive remote-work experiment. Now comes the hard part.

Source: CNN 11.03.21

How your space shapes the way you view remote work.

Source: BBC 22.02.21

Source: Spotify HR Blog 12.02.21

Spotify to let employees keep working remotely and now choose what country they work from. Spotify is joining the remote work movement in a big way.

Source: The Verge 12.02.21

Remote work 2.0 — when WFH really means 'work from anywhere'.

Source: Computerworld 8.02.21

Our Work-from-Anywhere Future.

Source: Harvard Business Review Nov-Dez 20

Solvay adopts new global ‘work from anywhere’ policy.

Source: Solvay press release 3.11.20

Working holidays: The rise of the 'half-tourist' who combines work with a change of scene.

Source: The Guardian 25.09.20

Covid-19 has accelerated the decline of the office, but not everyone wants to work from home.

Source: The Guardian 25.09.20

Working From Home Vs. Working From Anywhere Are Not The Same.

Source: Forbes 23.07.20

This Big Law Firm Has Permanent Plans for Remote Working.

Source: Bloomberg Law 16.07.20

Work From Home is dead, long live Work From Anywhere.

Source: TechCrunch 18.05.20

The Future of Work is From Anywhere, at Anytime

Source: Entrepreneur 1.03.20

Is It Time to Let Employees Work from Anywhere?

Source: Harvard Business Review 14.08.19