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Yoko Company Mission

“We create environments that foster harmonious and balanced relationships between human beings and nature.”

Inspired Living

Yoko Company Values

Yoko means “sunshine child,” and it means new beginnings. We are building sanctuaries that embraces love, respect, and compassion. Surrounded by nature, it’s a haven for those seeking a path that emphasizes relationships, connections with others, nature, and inner richness. We’re also super entrepreneurial and love beings amongst the doers and the makers.

At Yoko Village, we embody the essence of Prosperity, Belonging, Freedom, and Peace.

While these may hold different meanings for each person, they unite us in diverse yet profound ways. How can Yoko bring these possibilities to the world?

Here are a few ways:

Creating community spaces where we can meet, work, and connect.

  • By creating a supportive global community that can offer friendships, advice, and inspiration.
  • By creating events that support well-being, personal growth, and connection to self & others
  • By allowing people/families to live in nature in serene and pristine surroundings.
  • By creating possibilities for financial freedom through smart investments.
  • By creating multiple eco-villages where families have the freedom to swap homes and live from summer to summer.

Our vision

We hope to become one of the premier developers in Costa Rica with an innovative collection of projects that stays true to our values. Our plan is to expand and build Yoko Village around Costa Rica first and later expand globally, projecting 10 communities built in 10 locations in Costa Rica by 2035.

  Liran Jakob Rosenfeld

  CEO Yoko Company

We hope to become one of the premier developers in Costa Rica with an innovative collection of projects that stays true to our values. Our plan is to expand and build Yoko Village around Costa Rica first and later expand globally, projecting 10 communities built in 10 locations in Costa Rica by 2035.

Yoko Village Company Values

These are our operating principles on the day to day. The way we hire. The way we fire, the way to work in order to execute our mission.

•⁠ ⁠Deliver Wow through service
•⁠ ⁠Be passionate, Proactive and determined – move mountains
•⁠ ⁠Build a positive team and family spirit
•⁠ ⁠Be humble
•⁠ ⁠Pursue growth through learning
•⁠ ⁠Act with Integrity and Transparency
•⁠ ⁠Demonstrate Environmental and Social Responsibility

Yoko Vision

As long as we stay true to our values and mission, our vision is to expand and build Yoko Village around Costa Rica first and later expand globally to Europe, Asia and the Mediterranean.

What is Yoko Village Doing
Yoko Village is creating a global community of eco-villages by establishing communal conscious spaces and second homes in rural areas.

Yoko Company Mission

“We create environments that foster harmonious and balanced relationships between human beings and nature.”

Inspired Living

Yoko means “sunshine child,” and it means new beginnings. We are building sanctuaries that embraces love, respect, and compassion. Surrounded by nature, it’s a haven for those seeking a path that emphasizes relationships, connections with others, nature, and inner richness. We’re also super entrepreneurial and love beings amongst the doers and the makers.

At Yoko Village, we embody the essence of Prosperity, Belonging, Freedom, and Peace.

While these may hold different meanings for each person, they unite us in diverse yet profound ways. How can Yoko bring these possibilities to the world?

Here are a few ways:

Creating community spaces where we can meet, work, and connect.

  • By creating a supportive global community that can offer friendships, advice, and inspiration.
  • By creating events that support well-being, personal growth, and connection to self & others
  • By allowing people/families to live in nature in serene and pristine surroundings.
  • By creating possibilities for financial freedom through smart investments.
  • By creating multiple eco-villages where families have the freedom to swap homes and live from summer to summer.

Yoko Company Values

We hope to become one of the premier developers in Costa Rica with an innovative collection of projects that stays true to our values. Our plan is to expand and build Yoko Village around Costa Rica first and later expand globally, projecting 10 communities built in 10 locations in Costa Rica by 2035.

Yoko Village Company Values

These are our operating principles on the day to day. The way we hire. The way we fire, the way to work in order to execute our mission.

•⁠ ⁠Deliver Wow through service
•⁠ ⁠Be passionate, Proactive and determined – move mountains
•⁠ ⁠Build a positive team and family spirit
•⁠ ⁠Be humble
•⁠ ⁠Pursue growth through learning
•⁠ ⁠Act with Integrity and Transparency
•⁠ ⁠Demonstrate Environmental and Social Responsibility

Yoko Vision

As long as we stay true to our values and mission, our vision is to expand and build Yoko Village around Costa Rica first and later expand globally to Europe, Asia and the Mediterranean.

What is Yoko Village Doing
Yoko Village is creating a global community of eco-villages by establishing communal conscious spaces and second homes in rural areas.

Our vision

We hope to become one of the premier developers in Costa Rica with an innovative collection of projects that stays true to our values. Our plan is to expand and build Yoko Village around Costa Rica first and later expand globally, projecting 10 communities built in 10 locations in Costa Rica by 2035.

  Liran Jakob Rosenfeld

  CEO Yoko Company

Team

Liran Jakob Rosenfeld

CEO Yoko Company

Founder of YokoVillage.  A serial founder with a proven track record and partner at PassRight, Global Talent Fund and has also served as the regional partner for Amazon Key for Business in Costa Rica during 2020. Liran comes from a strong marketing, sales and finance background. Liran described why he started YokoVillage here.
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Serrana Robledo

Chief Architect Designer

Architect and Designer, urban planning teacher at University (FADU, UdelaR, Uruguay), for the last 10 years. Has worked as a project designer in offices from Montevideo, Buenos Aires and Tel Aviv. Has won several awards in international architecture and urban planning competitions.

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David Pervan

Co Founder

David is a serial entrepreneur, impact investor, and public speaker with a wide range of prior ventures, spanning from community-based digital healthcare, mangrove reforestation carbon credits projects, decentralized electricity generation and energy storage, 3d printing. David is running Yoko Village’s investment team.
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Viviana Rojas

Finances
&
Acquisitions

Marta, a former tech marketing expert of 10 years, transitioned to somatic therapy, integrating mind-body-spirit work. As a certified breathwork facilitator, she guides individuals and groups to reconnect with their essence and power through immersive workshops and international retreats.
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Andre Ceresnjes

Community Manager
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Cynara Kupferschmidt

Super Admin
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Viviana Rojas

Finances & Acquisitions
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Ariel Wajnerman

Graphic Designer
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Fernando García Amen

Webmaster & Developer
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Eden Shukron

Concierge
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Ivan Ceresnjes

Head of Content
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Juan Manuel Terra

Architect
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Gastón Hernández

Architect
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Joaquín Musetti

Architect
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Rodrigo Oviedo

Architect
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Allison Solís

Admin
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Juan Rojas Conejo

Project Manager
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Gerardo Rojas Vargas

Environmental Legal Advisor
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Fernando Rojas Conejo

Forestal Engineer
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Reyes Picado

Engineer Surveyor
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Emmanuel Rojas Campos

Project Engineer

Press

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Digital nomadism was increasingly popular before the pandemic, with data suggesting nearly 5 million Americans identified as such.

Nowhere is the appeal of working in such a tropical paradise more evident than in Yoko Village. The “co-work village” is situated in the beach-front town of Santa Teresa in Costa Rica, and aims to offer workers social, spiritual, and environmental fulfillment. The co-working community currently consists of some 72 different nationalities, housed in 80 villas. The village contains a co-work center, communal garden, sports center, workshop, an alternative school, and a spiritual kitchen, with ready views of both the ocean and mountains to residents.

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Adi Gaskell
Forbes
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The mindset of putting lifestyle planning first is poised to become a highly disruptive force in the entrepreneurial world. This became especially clear during a recent phone call I had with Liran Rosenfeld, founder of YoKo Village. He explained, “The global pandemic and resulting economic uncertainty have radically altered the business environment, including for freelancers and solopreneurs. Many found themselves with reduced workloads, which led to more time with family or focused on things outside of work. And a lot of people have discovered that they like this. Their priorities are changing, which will lead to a shift in the type of work opportunities they seek.”

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Pía Silva
Forbes
Yahoo Finance
AsiaFocus
Benzinga
Yaho Finance
Forbes
Forbes
Markets Insider
WFMZ-TV

Press

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Digital nomadism was increasingly popular before the pandemic, with data suggesting nearly 5 million Americans identified as such.

Nowhere is the appeal of working in such a tropical paradise more evident than in Yoko Village. The “co-work village” is situated in the beach-front town of Santa Teresa in Costa Rica, and aims to offer workers social, spiritual, and environmental fulfillment. The co-working community currently consists of some 72 different nationalities, housed in 80 villas. The village contains a co-work center, communal garden, sports center, workshop, an alternative school, and a spiritual kitchen, with ready views of both the ocean and mountains to residents.

5
Adi Gaskell
Forbes
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The mindset of putting lifestyle planning first is poised to become a highly disruptive force in the entrepreneurial world. This became especially clear during a recent phone call I had with Liran Rosenfeld, founder of YoKo Village. He explained, “The global pandemic and resulting economic uncertainty have radically altered the business environment, including for freelancers and solopreneurs. Many found themselves with reduced workloads, which led to more time with family or focused on things outside of work. And a lot of people have discovered that they like this. Their priorities are changing, which will lead to a shift in the type of work opportunities they seek.”

5
Pía Silva
Forbes
Yahoo Finance
AsiaFocus
Benzinga
Yaho Finance
Forbes
Forbes
Markets Insider
WFMZ-TV

Contact

To request a detailed financial plan, inquire about lot availability, or get connected with a member of our team, please fill out the form below.

All Rights Reserved Yoko Company 2023
Contact Us
+1 (310) 729-0019
(Whatsapp only)

Contact

To request a detailed financial plan, inquire about lot availability, or get connected with a member of our team, please fill out the form below.

All Rights Reserved Yoko Company 2023
Contact Us
+1 (310) 729-0019
(Whatsapp only)

 

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We Pledge to Donate 3% of our Revenue to Local Charities