Running Remote Online is an exclusive event for the founders of remote businesses taking place for the third time on November 18. This is a free online edition of the wildly successful Running Remote live conference, held annually for the last three years, which delivers insightful case studies from top remote work experts who have scaled their businesses without a physical office space. This is the “new normal” after COVID-19. Remote work is no longer a perk; it’s clearly a life- and business-saving necessity. To get it right, CEOs, managers, and employees need to be educated. At Running Remote Online, entrepreneurs and tech leaders from across the globe will gather to share business insights and learn the strategies for managing distributed teams from acknowledged experts and prominent remote-industry leaders. Join the 1,000+ attendees for 10 hours of top-class content delivered by 25 speakers, plus live Q&As, networking sessions, and an expo. Some of our amazing speakers: - Andy Tryba, CEO at Crossover & Sococo, - Jodi Rabinowitz, Head of Talent and Organizational Development at Zoom, - Hassan Osman, PMO Director at Cisco, - John Eckman, CEO at 10up, - Kuppulaxmi Krishnamoorthy, Zoho’s Evangelist, - Steph Smith, Product Manager at The Hustle, - Morgan Legge, CEO of Convert. Running Remote Online is much more than just another webinar - this is a full-scale conference experience available from anywhere in the world absolutely free! Supercharge your remote teams with insights from the companies leading the remote work revolution. The registration for the event is free until October 18. After that, an event pass can be purchased at $49. The previous Running Remote Online held in August was attended by 900+ remote work enthusiasts from 80+ countries, half of them being Founders, CEO or senior executives at remote-first companies. 700 new business connections were made and more than 100 meetings took place. The lineup of previous events included David Heinemeier Hansson (co-founder & CTO of Basecamp), Ryan Chartrand (CEO of X-Team), Aaron Ross (CEO of Predictable Revenue), and Tim Manahan (CMO of Citrix). Partners and attendees included monday.com, Microsoft, PwC, McKinsey, and New York University.