Date : September 12, 8am-12pm
What an outstanding evening spent at #RemoteAfterWorks meetup in #SanFrancisco An outstanding line-up of #remotework advocates discussed 4 topics in 4 different panels:
- The Gig Economy
- Busting Isolation
- The Democratization of work.
Amazing work by Danny Page, Megan Dilley, Laurel Farrer and Ignacio Rodriguez for making this think-tank happen and beautiful space provided by Avantspace.
Thank you to all participants for sharing their knowledge and experience with all of us: Matthew Mottola, Sandrine B, Aurelie Drouet, Jonathan Siddharth, Zack Onisko, Darren Buckner, Brian Peters , Jaime Lopez Feo, Mariano Suarez-Battan, Adi Abili, Ho Yin Cheung, Jared Suter, Jeremy Neuner, David Abramson,Andreas Klinger, Douglas T. Lee.
Special mention to Peoplethatcare for sponsoring this edition and the campaign they presented at our event #SFneedsremoteworkers.
Stay tuned to the upcoming events in: Denver, Boston, Cork & Barcelona, right before our#NCsummit in #GranCanaria in november.
Remote after work London was a great gathering of remote work advocates. Our host in London was Ross Chapman, Head of Echt Sprints , who prepared their amazing venue at Etch Building in Farringdon. After an introduction by the co-host Nacho Rodríguez inviting all the attendees to join the upcoming Nomad City Gran Canaria in November, four outstanding speakers followed. Laïla von Alvensleben, Tim Herbig, Pilar Orti and Mike Adams shared with the audience great insights about remote leadership, effective remote collaboration, visible teamwork and effective online communication tools. The event ended up with a great networking session with beer and pizza. Thanks to all participants and organizing team and looking forward to our upcoming San Francisco event.
Remote After Work New York was the first event with this naming after our first prove of concept in Munich in May hosted by Marcus Wermuth. Our host in New York was Laurel Farrer who lights up the stage when she is leading an event about her favorite topic, Remote Work. The nice venue provided by Nomad Works allowed an audience of around 40 remote work advocates to be very participative and engaged during the whole afternoon. This concept is in the pilot stage, and the members of the advisory board are experimenting with different agendas, locations and sizes to find the sweet spot for creating the most engaging reputable event. NYC was a total success and we want to build up on this experience. Thanks to Bret , Laila, Jaime and Jonathan for sharing great value & knowledge with the audience and to all participants for attending, even to the group of Meetup employees that came to visit.
Bret Farrer (Broyer Development)
Laurel Farrer (Remote Work Association)
Laila von Alvensleben (People Operations)
Jonathan Carpenter (OwlLabs)
Nacho Rodriguez (Nomad City)