Back in the fall we posted a list of remote work conferences... as is everything else in this space, things are always changing and there are more and more opportunities for connecting with other remote professionals! Here are three events that are coming up this summer.
Dates: May 31-June 4, 2018
Location: Lake Atitlan, Guatemala
Audience: Remote leaders
Remote Work Summit is a leadership conference that addresses the specific needs of business leaders who oversee distributed teams. Hear insights from and connect with leaders from speakers from Dell, Microsoft, Buffer, Automattic, and many many more.
The programming, sessions, and cultural and nature excursions will give you a well-rounded experience.
Dates: June 23-24, 2018
Location: Bali, Indonesia
Audience: Remote leaders
Running Remote 2018 is the world’s biggest Remote Work conference.
The Running Remote conference will host eminent speakers and include a series of discussions about building, running and scaling remote teams.
The two-day conference on June 23rd and 24th 2018 will be held at the Green School Bali, Ubud, in Bali Indonesia. Topics covered will include:
The speakers for Running Remote are:
Joel Gascoigne; Co-founder & CEO, Buffer
Sara Sutton Fell; Founder, Flexjobs & Remote.Co
Amir Salihefendic; Founder & CEO, Doist
Dominic Price; Head Of R&D and Work Futurist, Atlassian
Lara K Owen; Director, Global Workplace Operations, Github
Liam Martin; Co-Founder & CMO, Time Doctor & Staff.Com
Dmitriy Zaporozhets; Co-founder & CTO, Gitlab
Justin Cooke; CMO, Empire Flippers
Sarah Kuehnle; Head Of Product, Dribbble.Com
Andrea Loubier; CEO, Mailbird
Steve Munroe; CEO, Hubud
Omar Zenhom; CEO, WebinarNinja
Dates: August 14-19, 2018
Location: Lérida, Spain
Audience: Location-independent workers/digital nomads
FreedomXFest is the first outdoor festival/conference gathering the key players of the location independent movement and 1,000+ attendees.
The festival will have different sections devoted to the future of work, entrepreneurship, global schooling and other topics. The speeches and workshops will be combined with fun activities.
There will be speakers from Escape the City, TimeDoctor, Doist, Facebook, E-Residency, CrossOver, and other organizations.
And because it's a festival that celebrates the remote lifestyle, then why not be in a remote setting? The festival takes place in a remote village in the Spanish Pyrenees for the exclusive use of the event.