Conferences are valuable learning experiences no matter your industry—but if you work remotely, conferences can provide you with the rare opportunity to connect with other people in real time, in the same space.
Get ready to block off some time on your calendars—we've highlighted some of the best conferences you can attend if you want to learn more about remote work and learning & development.
Dates: April 16, 2019
Location: Tubbercurry, Ireland
Audience: Remote workers and employers
Grow Remote's mission it is to bridge the gap between remote work and local impact. They've grown to 43 chapters across Ireland and Europe, and at their event in April, they're hosting talks, meetups and the activities of the west for attendees to experience the best of what rural Ireland has to offer.
Dates: May 19-22, 2019
Location: Washington, DC
Audience: Human resources, Learning & Development practitioners
The ATD annual conference combines topics in training, elearning, knowledge management, and talent development—basically, all things learning & development. If you're interested in L&D, this conference will more than satisfy your curiosity.
Dates: June 29-30, 2019
Location: Bali, Indonesia
Audience: Remote leaders
Running Remote is the first and main live event dedicated to building and scaling remote teams. The content is carefully curated to teach leaders next-level, actionable strategies and tactics they can utilize the very next day to build & scale your remote team. We aim to contribute to the future of work by educating founders & professionals.
Dates: October 23 – 25, 2019
Location: Las Vegas, NV
Audience: elearning developers, instructional designers
DevLearn Conference & Expo is the leading conference and expo focused on learning technologies. Want to learn about the latest trends in elearning—plus all the new tools? This is the conference for you.
Dates: November 7-9, 2019
Location: Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain
Audience: Remote workers and leaders
Nomad City is a yearly event focusing on remote work, distributed companies and location independent entrepreneurship. Attendees learn concrete skills they can apply to all phases of remote entrepreneurship and remote careers, like building skills, applying for jobs, and leadership.
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