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In this episode, RemoteOfficeFM with Dan Taylor- CEO of App Events and EventsFrame talk about: [01.29] Selling Course Director and the beginning of Apps Events [03.34] Organising Google Education Summits For Teachers First Time in Europe [05.07] EventsFrame Education and Teaching Content [06.22] Google Education Certified Bootcamp and Summit [07.00…
 
In this episode, RemoteOfficeFM with Sondre- CEO of Safety Wing talk about: [01.48] A Global Health Product For Digital Nomad [02.40] Insurance Systems are a Big Part of the Governments Function [04.10] Safety Wing Insurance Package [06.35] Claim Process Safety Wing [07.57] Build Globally Distributed Insurance Product with Tokyo Marine [09.24] A Si…
 
In this episode, we talk about: [01.05] Juan Salas Story Before Come Up with Celerative [02.11] La Plata Ventures [07.30] Startups who join La Plata could get helps from Celerative [09.30] Celerative Clients [11.25] Celerative Projects - Bringing VR into Cinema and Conversational Commerce as a Service [14.20] Merging Machine Learning and Biometrics…
 
In this episode, we talk about: [00.48] Stuart Jones Story and Come Up with Freedom X Fest [04.22] Coworkation vision and mission [07.22] Freedom X Fest mission [10.58] Freedom X Fest is work and play movement event[14.32] The Future of Coworking from location independent perspective [18.40] Freedom X Fest continue to make make impact which uniting…
 
In this episode, we talk about: [01.03] Phil Sylvester Background and World Nomads Intro [02.42] World Nomads Affiliate Partner [06.42] World Nomads is a community of like-minded travellers [08.48] World Nomads Insurance Policy [16.22] Insurance Claim [18.35] Future of Travel [19.50] World nomads is the world’s most loved adventure travel brand Lin…
 
In this episode, we talk about: [01.00] Designlab beginning [03.30] 1-on-1 Collaboration within mentor and student [06.18] Career services after student finished design course [08.13] Job placement on Designlab [09.35] Success rate people that finished the course and people get hired [11.22] The Next Generation of Education [13.30] Globalizing Desi…
 
In this episode, we talked about: [01.00] How Karoli background trigging her to create Jobbatical [06.42] Jobbatical initiative to change the world [10.02] Digital Nomad Visa [15.38] Flipping side situation when talent couldn't match with the job requirement [17.48] The World Without Borders X Jobbatical Passport Mentioned Link: Jobbatical | e-Resi…
 
In this episode, we talked about: [01.48] Robbie Robertson Background and Deloitte Workplace [03.18] Human Centered Design [05.08] Insight Prototyping Series [07.10] The Future of Digital Commerce is Omni-Channel [09.12] Success Rate of the Omni-channel Strategy [11.12] Diversity inside Deloitte Workplace [13.38] The Vision of Five Year Plan Deloit…
 
In this episode, we talked about: [01.48] How Robert Invented Best Lead Freelancing And Sending Out to Your Inbox [04.30] Freelancing is The Future Of Work [06.05] Folyo [09.04] The Core Strength of Let’s Workshop.com and Folyo [10.46] Differentiation between Let’sWorkshop.com and Folyo [11.46] Successful Percentage of Getting Client from Let’s Wor…
 
In this episode, we talk about: [00.57] Behind the Scene of Balsamiq [02.06] Balsamiq Progress [02.51] Balsamiq As a Remote Company [04.38] The Recruiting and Onboarding Process at Balsamiq [05.39] Balsamiq Core Feature [06.49] Inbound Sales Team [08.00] Measuring Employee Productivity [09.15] Daily Communication Within Balsamiq Team [10.10] Retrea…
 
In this episode, we talk about: [01.30] Tyra Background Before Joining Edgar [03.23]The Hiring Process Inside Meet Edgar [04.49] Employee Evaluation [06.52] Company Retreat/Bonding Team Session [07.26] Evergreen Content Features of Meet Edgar [08.29] Measuring Productivity within the Employee [11.02] The Company Transparency [12.24] The Characteris…
 
In this episode we talk about: [01.32] From Being Expat, Transition to Digital Nomad and End Up Creating Learning Hub at Cambodia [06.08] The Beginning of AngkorHub [11.04] Registering Coworking Space in Cambodia [12.58] Inside Social Innovation Center at AngkorHub [19.04] Taxation and Visa for Location-Independent [22.50] E-Resident of Estonia [26…
 
[01.45] Dribbble Platform Chloe Oddleifson is the head of people operations at Dribbble. Dribbble is the best platform for the designer to showcase their work, to get hired, taking community and inspiration. Dribbble is one of the remote company - Distributed Company fully spread out across North America and some contractors in the UK. [03.49] Dail…
 
[01.39] Pauline Background Pauline is an artist, designer, and entrepreneur. The Idea behind Laptop is a need of a place to work as a freelancer, to find inspiration, get focus, to meet people, have a proper place with Design Thinking methodologies. [04.39] User Experience Business Model The beginning process of Laptop is interview process and surv…
 
[00.59] Liam's Background Liam is Co-founder of timedoctor.com staff.com and Editor of Runningremote.com. TimeDoctor is software to manage remote employees that productive. Meanwhile, RunningRemote.com is about building large-scale remote teams. It focused on how to get more nine-figure and billion-dollar remote companies. [01.50] Recommended TimeD…
 
[00.43] Hans Background and DTEC Hans career is mixed between with working for large corporations or setting up startups. He's started an incubator in Dubai called Silicon Oasis Founders. Silicon Oasis founders was a small incubator which started with funding from Dubai Silicon Oasis. They expanding into a very large hub with hundreds tech startups…
 
[00.50] Ronald Background and The Idea behind Society 3.0 Ronald has a background in the hospitality industry. He comes up with Society 3.0 title for the solution about the future which influenced by technology. The vision of society 3.0 is the way we work or how to create economic value. For instance, coworking industry. [02.32] Cada Dia Es Una Fi…
 
[01.02] Plastarc Landscape Plastarc is social research and people analytics for the architectural environment. They deeply focus on the human experience of architecture and the scale of the built world both understanding how people impact architecture and design experience but also how buildings and the shape of the space and the characteristics of…
 
[00.36] Dan's Journey Dan had an amazing entrepreneurship journey from helping technology start-ups and listed companies in a NASDAQ (US) and sold to Oracle-the second-largest tech company in the world. He moved to Australia working with startups and helping startups in Sydney. Then, decided to create StartInno in Byron Bay. [02.20] Inspiration to …
 
[00.49] The Idea Behind Betahaus As part of pioneer coworking movement in Berlin and Europe, the idea behind Betahaus was to create a place for collaboration and personal fulfillment where you can work on your dream or a business idea to fulfill your dream and where you can find like-minded people to do things together. [02.10] Betahaus Expanding I…
 
In this episode, we talk about space that designed to empower female entrepreneur [00.54] Emily's Background Having background as an educator in different environment, taught mostly teenagers and different a lot of woman. For herself, entrepreneurship is a way of creative life. [03.20] Her Inspiration To Build Space With Feminine Value Meeting diff…
 
[00.54] Sarah Background and Energy Lab I actually have a not a classic background for coworking space even though I'm not sure there's a classic background. I studied economics, my masters were in environmental and energy economics. I was always interested in the environment and sustainability. Before I came then when I came to Australia, I starte…
 
[00.48] France Hoang and Tom Craig Background. The idea behind Chisel I'm France Hoang, the creator of Chisel. I'm also a partner at FH+H. I'm Tom Craig. I'm the Managing Partner at FH+H and the Director of Chisel. We're here in DC which has actually the highest per capita population and the highest raw number of lawyers in the United States. Our f…
 
[00.54] Adam Salomone Background and The Idea Behind Food Loft The Food Loft started in 2013, but prior to that I actually spend a lot of time working in Food Media, cookbook publishing specifically. It was really how I got started in food. The company that I joined was a small independent publishing company. The owner was very interested in findin…
 
[01.00] Tim and Rhonda Background. The Idea Behind Cohoots We're from a little town in Australia. It's a rural environment, fairly diverse population and our background is in a lot of community work. Rhonda is a consultant in overseas aid and development and I come from a background of community services businesses and business coaching. We were lo…
 
[00.48] Marc Navarro background. The idea why he ends up in coworking industry I studied in industrial design and working as a freelancer. At the end of the day, I was tired and decided to quit. I went to work in community center back in 2011. The company that running community center asking their employees about the future opportunities. One of th…
 
[01.06] Kassem and Hugh Background. The Idea behind Good Gorilla Kassem and Hugh running the design agency for many years. We had a small office in a very little amount of square footage. Apart from the office, we invited our cofounder Gracia Lam amazing illustrator. We were three of us and including some contractors working in the smaller space an…
 
[00.45] Aleksander Helgessen and The Idea Behind Bergen Game Collective My personal background, I have a master degree in languages specializing in Slavonic languages in Russian. I joined game development as a part of a writing team back in 2010, for company name Rain known as writing games developers of the game called Teslagrad. Since then, in 20…
 
[01.55] Liz Elam Background, Link Coworking and LEXC My background, I went to college at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas. I graduated with a degree in journalism and I worked for a small startup. It was similar like as Dell computers in early year. Later on, I lost all of my deals to Dell, so I believed if you can't beat them join th…
 
[00.59] Rebecca Pan Background and Covo I've been in coworking since pretty much the beginning of coworking. I started NextSpace in 2010. The company was great for quite a long time but we felt like there were ways that coworking could kind of level up and be even more valuable to people. We started to talk about that and it didn't really fit in wi…
 
[00.47] Kyo Satani Background I am running a company and restaurant downstairs of the coworking space. I'm also having the kind of sports event. We have three enterprises, restaurant, coworking space and running event. I established my company ten years ago, the coworking space itself seven years old now. Now in Japan, there are 800 coworking space…
 
[00.46] Maria Background, The Idea Behind NomadTrain and ReStation Basically, I've been working remotely taking care of my businesses for quite some time now and that was before I opened the coliving space. My background, in general, comes from ad tax or education technology and I've got a couple of businesses in Russia related to education and tra…
 
[01.13] Nate Pinsley Background and The Idea Behind ADO I'm Nate Pinsley, Managing Director of ADO. ADO is a creative space located in Brooklyn, New York City. My background actually combined by working with smaller startup new organization and big companies. I started out in my career journey in consulting. Working in innovation, social enterprise…
 
[00.55] Julia Westfall Background and The idea to build Hera Hub Well, I have kind of an interesting background. I started out in technology. I was systems engineer and sales rep for IBM. I left IBM and went to a company called Wang Laboratories. They were another minicomputer company along '80. I've had a long career and I was living in Georgia at…
 
[00.47] Warren Hersowitz Background and The Idea Behind Wun System I'm Warren Hersowitz. I'm the director of sales at WUN Systems. I've been with the company for about just under four years now. The idea came from both our CEO and our CTO about 10 years ago with a different company. They were using an executive suite and they were there for some ot…
 
[00.49] John Groberg Background and the Idea behind Viva MedSuites I've been in commercial estates for about 20 years in the different aspect. In terms of about what I've done, I had an experience in executive suites company that I started in 2001. I was partnering with somebody. We grew that into 10 locations and sold it to Regus. I've done variou…
 
[01.07] Remi Background and Salon Coworking Idea I'm Remi, coworking mate of Meriem Belazouz, founder of Salon Coworking. I joined her in this project because I found the idea was wonderful. Speaking about the background, I was coworker here. I was working in different coworking space. The idea began when Miriam and I found a lot of difficulties th…
 
[00.54] Henry Weaver Background and Fishburners Founded Story I'm Henry Weaver. I am the city manager for Fishburner. My role is to look after for things. It's member acquisition, member onboarding and look after the sponsors that we have in terms of acquisition and the relationships of those sponsors. Fishburners is actually Australia's first and …
 
[00.45] Introduction of Magdalena Hermann and her background Hi, I'm Magdalena from Germany and I live in Morocco since six years ago. I'm running Sun Desk Coliving and coworking space, it's almost three years by now. I got the idea because I was studying online. I joined an online university. Did the online bachelor basically I could do it from Mo…
 
[01.17] The Idea of Coworking Bansko Uwe: Matthias and I, we thought we do a coliving space in rural Austria. A friend of us suggested to have a look into Bulgaria then he came up with where can we establish a coworking space or a coliving space then Bansko somehow came in our mind. Bansko it's a place where you can ski. It's between Sofia and the …
 
[00.35] Shlomo Silber Background I'm Shlomo Silber. I'm the founder and CEO of Bond Collective. I've been in construction real estate in New York for about 15 years. My dad was a contractor and he always built houses so something that I was always interested in. I started off working for a developer and then after the crash, I ended up opening up m…
 
[00.50] Ramon Suarez Background I'm Ramon Suarez. I am the founder of Betacowork which is the largest coworking space in Belgium and I'm also the author of the coworking handbook which is a manual that has people learn how to run and operate and open a coworking business. I created Betacowork on November 2010 and I've been running it until May this…
 
[01.00] Eduard Schaepman Background My name is Eduard Schaepman. I'm working already for more than 30 years. In the office, the industry is about 15 years. I worked for business center operator called Regus so I have been setting up the Benelux for them and grew that very fast. Then I went to the area of real estate owners and within two years I sa…
 
[01.08] Paul Hemming Background and The Idea of EcoSystm I moved to San Francisco studied film making about 20 years ago, studied a lot of philosophy and chinese. I have an American father and a Chinese mother. So, I'm kind of the product of two cultures, east and west. I dropped out of film school and then started DJing. I opened a record store in…
 
[00.45] Definition of Mokrin House Mokrin House it's a rural coliving space where people from all around the world come and focus on their work. What I like to call we're an ideal place for deep work meaning that when you come here you're positively isolated and you can really focus on whatever your projects are. Whether you're alone, working on yo…
 
[00.37] Idea to create L'Atelier Coworking My name is Sabrina and I'm Lebanese and Canadian. I lived in the US for nine years before coming to Canada. When I was living in the US, I used to work out of a coworking space in Venice Beach. That was my first exposure to coworking spaces. I really liked the idea and I like that I didn't have to work fro…
 
[00.55] Definition of Social Workplaces I am the initiator of the project called socialworkplaces.com. Which actually is different coworking conferences we organized since 2010, around the topic of coworking. The last years we worked a lot on connecting coworking spaces with content, insight, collect information, and data about the coworking model …
 
[00.41] The Idea Behind Spring Hub Estonia In Estonia, we're biggest coworking space. Under one roof we are gathering startup events, seed finance free scale startups, also we are having some organizations like Espen which is Estonian business engine Network. We are having all kinds of entrepreneurs, we're having teams on also individuals like free…
 
[00.49] Julianne Background and The Idea Behind Coconat Space I'm Julianne I was I'm American so I was born in the US and grew up in the Midwest. I've lived in a lot of places now, so I grew up in the Midwest lived in California, studied in San Francisco and made films there. Then I moved to Vietnam actually for four and a half years, I made a docu…
 
[00.37] David Lowe Background Absolutely, so I was originally born in England and came across the US with my entrepreneurial dreams, I guess. And I launched a ping-pong business called Uber Pong in Austin, Texas on 2012. That did very well and I was very fortunate and managed to exit from that company, sell that earlier this year. The idea for Qwer…
 
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