April 07
2020
Call for talks now open — Apply
April 072020

A remote
conference
on remote
work.

How it
works

RemoteCon is a remote conference about remote work. One of the world's first ever remote conferences, you can attend from your home, workspace, the local coffee shop... anywhere with an internet connection.

We'll be hosting dozens of key speakers talking about a variety of issues relating to remote work in the following three channels.

Tools & Tech

for remote work

What are the best tools to make remote work actually work? There's a plethora of new tools and services that are specifically designed for remote work. This is the track to discover and learn about them.

Organization & Culture

when working remotely

"Let's work remotely" is not enough — without the right culture, any remote work efforts will fail. In this track, you'll learn from teams that have implemented a remote work culture successfully.

The Law

concerning remote work

You have the tech and the culture — but what about legal barriers? Labor laws from the 21st century are often a barrier for a globally distributed workforce. In this track, we'll talk about potential solutions.

What are the best tools to make remote work actually work? There's a plethora of new tools and services that are specifically designed for remote work. This is the track to discover and learn about them.

"Let's work remotely" is not enough — without the right culture, any remote work efforts will fail. In this track, you'll learn from teams that have implemented a remote work culture successfully.

You have the tech and the culture — but what about legal barriers? Labor laws from the 20st century are often a barrier for a globally distributed workforce. In this track, we'll talk about potential solutions.

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Speakers

Portrait photo of Darren Murph

Darren Murph

Head of Remote, GitLab
Portrait photo ofPrithwiraj Choudhury

Prithwiraj Choudhury

Professor, Harvard Business School
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Leila Zia

Principal Research Scientist and Head of Research, Wikimedia Foundation
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Arthur Richards

Learning and Development Lead, Wikimedia Foundation
Portrait photo of Marcel Salathé

Marcel Salathé

Professor, EPFL

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