Running Remote Conference Comes Back With a Live Event in Canada

Leaders of the remote-first and hybrid companies will gather in Montreal on May 17-18

After two years of virtual events, Running Remote, the largest international conference on remote work since 2018, announced it will return in May 2022 with an in-person show.

The conference takes place on May 17-18, 2022, in Montreal, Canada, at one of the city's iconic landmarks - the New City Gas. Organizers expect more than 700 remote work leaders from all over the world to flock to Canada to network and learn from the best in their industries.

The speaker lineup already includes impressive names such as Harry Moseley, CIO at Zoom, Samantha Fisher, Head of Dynamic Work at Okta, Tracy Hawkins, VP of Work Transformation at Twitter, Janelle Bieler, President, Canada at Adecco, David Barrett, Founder & CEO at Expensify, and Jeff Shiner, CEO at 1Password.

"We were the first to launch a conference on building and scaling remote teams back in 2018 while it was still a niche thing," said Egor Borushko, co-founder of Running Remote. "During the two years of pandemic, we've seen a global shift in companies' mindset regarding this type of work. Now even enterprise companies such as Facebook and Google revisited their 'return-to-office' plans and decided to stay hybrid. The future of work is remote, and our community of remote enthusiasts keeps growing fast." 

Attendees can expect an unforgettable experience with a super-star lineup on two stages, expo zone, ample networking sessions and satellite events over the two days. At the end of the first day, organizers will host a gala ceremony to acknowledge the winners of the Flexible Workplace Awards - the remote and hybrid companies that achieved outstanding results in building their remote culture. Companies such as McKinsey, Bank of Canada, ConvertKit, Hubspot, Payoneer, and FlexJobs have already confirmed their attendance.

Remote work has propelled to the masses since Running Remote was launched in 2018. More than 6,000 people have attended this leading conference on remote work since then, and the Running Remote team continues to bring to you top-notch content on the latest methodologies on building and scaling remote teams. Hundreds of international leaders of distributed, remote-first and hybrid teams will flock to Canada next year to learn from each other, get inspired and propel their teams to new heights. Since 2018, more than 6,000 leaders have attended their events.

For more information about the speakers, agenda, and ticket price, please visit the website.

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Source: Running Remote