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Build Your Remote

Attend Online: 14 - 16 April 2020

11,000+ Professionals Will Attend Online. Will You?

Remote work (full-time work-from-home) is supposed to be the one real benefit of the internet. We got ‘TikTok’ instead. 

Imagine if all of us could work from anywhere, anytime, however, we want to, without any barriers.

We are advocates of flexible work, work from anywhere policies, sharing economy, diversity & gender balance at work.To make sure there is real value in this online conference, we got together a phenomenal panel of speakers. See & judge for yourself.

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Some say hard work pays off. Four years, the numbers speak for themselves.









Featured Speakers

Handpicked from an industry that is a fast-growing, and the questions are laser-focused
on addressing the challenges with starting & scaling remote work.

Experts Can’t Be Wrong

Surround yourself with people who have been there, done that.

Hailley Griffis, Head of Public Relations

Communicating Proactively in a Remote Team

“I don’t just message my CEO with ‘Hey Joel’ and wait for him to respond. When working remotely, it is highly essential to respect the team member’s time and get straight to the point.”

Allan K. Christensen, COO

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The Remote First Policy at Doist

“Remote work was a necessity for us because we wanted to hire the best talent. Since we didn’t know the labour market or the local language of the city, our founders decided to use their network to hire people remotely. This concept served us in many ways and we decided to stick to it.”

Barbra Gago, Chief Marketing Officer

Collaborating Through a Virtual Whiteboard

“Whiteboards are an essential part of any team. And for virtual teams, it is more important to have a virtual set up that engages them and keeps them in the loop. So we built Miro. At its core, it creates an intimate virtual whiteboard that helps the team collaborate virtually.”

Tammy Bjelland, Founder & CEO

Why Do You Need to ‘Learn’ How to Work Remotely?

“Remote workers need the same skills that a traditional office worker would require. However, there are some specific areas of remote work skills that need special attention. If you do not learn the skill of remote work, it will instantly reflect on your work and productivity.”

Scott Hanselman, Principal Program Manager

Evaluating Candidates for Remote Roles

“I highly believe in referrals when hiring remotely. Since the candidates come through someone I trust, it builds this transitive web of trust between the candidate and me. But that’s not all. Proof of work is also a great way to evaluate candidates.”

Stella Garber, Product Marketing Lead

Trello’s Remote Work Policy

“We follow a remote-friendly culture at Trello. We do not say remote-first because we want to give our team members a choice. But what we do focus on is engaging every employee in the organization through defined processes and guidelines.” 

Agenda & Tracks

Successfully working remotely in a distributed team is a hard-to-acquire soft skill. Slightly more complex than programming, designing or marketing. It takes time and commitment to develop, and the traditional corporate culture might not have a supportive environment.

Listen & learn from the industry experts on how to work remotely as an individual, a team and an organization. 

  • Building a Remote Profile
  • Transitioning to Remote
  • Cracking Interviews
  • Developing Skills
  • Toolkits & Apps
  • Discipline & Hygiene
  • IntraCommunication
  • CrossCollaboration
  • Virtual Meetings
  • Productivity
  • Feedbacks & Appraisal
  • Team Dynamics
  • Hiring Remotely
  • Onboarding Remotely
  • Workplace Culture
  • Employee Engagement
  • Compensation & Legalities
  • Learning & Development

Who Is It For?

Anyone and everyone who envisions the Future of Work.

Remote Workers


People Managers


Team Leaders

Partner Organizations

Remote work leaders doing most of the heavy-lifting!

Our Amazing


The wonderful companies making our summit alive & kicking.
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How to Attend?

[Walk the Talk] - We talk of a remote world,
so we designed this conference to ensure you can attend remotely from wherever you are.

1. Register

1. Register

  • Click on “Get Your Free Pass”
  • Sign up with your work email ID
  • Check your inbox to confirm attendance.

2: Attend

2: Attend

  • Look for our update emails.
  • Attend live from April 14-16th.
  • Binge on all the interviews and the live Q&As.

3: Network

3: Network

  • E-meet via video conferencing
  • Ask questions & vote on topics.
  • Download resources & bonus materials.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

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How else can we contact you? 🙂
First mode of communication will be email. We will be sending you regular updates about new speakers and sessions along with resources. 
PS – Make sure you provide an active or work email ID.

We will send you an email with the Agenda & Schedule couple days before the summit goes live. You can then attend online to access all the sessions.

With the free pass, you can access all the sessions and interviews while the summit is running live for 3 days.

Sign up

This allows us to curate a better experience for you. We will send you updates, resources and offers based on your interest levels.

Credit card is NOT required to register for the Free Pass.

Click on the ‘Get Your Free Pass Now’ Button. Fill in the required information. You will be directed to a confirmation page indicating successful registration for the summit.


Contact us on Facebook or email your suggestions & queries, we’ll try our best to incorporate those. You may also ask your questions directly during live sessions.

Everyone on the speaker panel is either working with a remote team or leading one. Featured speakers are from a diverse background ranging from multiple Fortune 500 companies & startups to agencies & consultants.

More than 30 experts are going to be a part of this online conference. Some of the sessions will be pre-recorded, and some would appear in live panel discussions.


While we talk about the virtual work environment, we thought to connect on similar grounds. So, we’ve created a balance between the experience of an in-person event with the flexibility of location independence. Cheers! 

Its a subjective questions but if you follow our conference wholeheartedly, you will definitely gain a 360-degree view of remote work and all its aspects. And yes, you will surely get ready to work remotely.

We are covering the whole spectrum of Remote Work ranging from building, scaling and leading a remote team

Ready to Join the Remote Revolution?