News Regarding Coronavirus and Running Remote

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Since the City of Austin has announced a local State of Disaster we have been working closely with the public health department and suppliers to access the risks associated with continuing producing Running Remote in Austin this April. 

Your safety is our primary concern. To reduce the risk of exposure to the Coronavirus (Covid-19) through non essential travel we are rescheduling the event until September. All current tickets are still valid and we are providing the option for a full refund. 

In addition, we have created a completely FREE one day online event called Remote AID 2020 on the 20th April 2020. Remote AID 2020 will take businesses through the most important areas of how to manage a distributed team. You can register for that HERE

We believe digital collaboration and communication is the future of the workplace.  However we know that face to face interactions are key to growth in relationships both professionally and personally. 

While we do have some of the most renowned speakers in the world, Running Remote is also a social event. There are opportunities for networking, afterparties and masterminds all organised to help you grow your network and learn more about the existing world of remote work. 

Our speakers and panel guests are also able to deep dive into complex strategic thinking and respond to the feedback from the audience much more effortlessly in person. 

The back and forth dialogue in our real time question and answer sessions are something that cannot be replicated in an online forum.

Rescheduling will allow us to keep our attendees, speakers, and our personnel safe and provide you with the full benefit of the Running Remote conference.

This has been an incredibly difficult decision for us to make and we didn’t come to the conclusion to reschedule Running Remote lightly.  We know many of you have planned your schedules around our conference. 

However, with so many international attendees travelling through high risk areas, we were left with no other choice. 

We hope you understand and wanted to share with you a short video from our Co – Founder Liam who explains this situation for you in full. 

And we thank you sincerely for your support!

If you have any questions please feel free to contact us at info@runningremote.com 

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