World's Largest Remote Work Conference
HYBRID | 17-18 May, 2022 | Montreal, CA
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Helping You Get Through Remote Work Challenges All Year Round
While we’re preparing for our biggest conference yet, we’re bringing in remote work experts to dive into advanced topics that you can’t find anywhere. Join our monthly Ask Me Anything (AMA) sessions for Free and ask your burning questions live.
Managing 100+ Employees Across All Timezones
29 October (Fri), 9:00 AM EST
Head of Business Development at Doist
Executive Hiring For Remote Teams, Inclusion & Diversity
18 November (Thu), 12:00 PM EST
CEO & Founder at Forshay
Remote Culture Is More Than Quiz Nights
16 December (Thu), 9:00 AM EST
Job van der Voort
CEO at Remote
Helping You Through Remote Work Challenges
Running Remote 2022 is the largest conference in the world dedicated to meeting the critical business challenges of remote & hybrid workplace transformation.
Now in its 5th year, we offer remote-first founders & hybrid-team leaders access to the knowledge, connections & solutions to help build & manage remote & hybrid teams which excel.
The new hybrid format event for 2022 – across desktop, mobile & in-person – live & on-demand, will give up to c.500+ in-person & 500+ online attendees the opportunity to network with, and learn from, your company & other industry leaders.
Get Ready For A Full-Fledged Hybrid Experience
Not Just Another Webinar
As long-time practitioners, Running Remote has led its in-person flagship conference since 2018. Due to the 2020 pandemic we successfully pivoted into virtual events.
We wanted to design an experience that aligns with everyone’s emotional world. An experience that breaks barriers, and is as good as our large in-person conference. We wanted to create an event where people can connect face-to-face forging meaningful bonds.
We evaluated a lot of options and opted for a full-fledged platform with advanced features. Not to mention, Techcrunch and TNW use the same virtual events platform.
Our safety pledge
Flexible refund policy
Yes we will be offering virtual tickets and these will be available to book from the beginning of March.
You may switch to a virtual ticket from the beginning of March when the virtual tickets become available. Please contact Sarah Frost, Event Operations Manager for more information or to switch your ticket.
In the event that you need to cancel your ticket the options are:
Transfer your ticket to a virtual pass
Obtain a 15% refund if cancelled 60 days or more out, if cancelled less than 30 days out the balance paid will not be refundable
All travel information as well as your proof of vaccination, in either French or English, have to be uploaded in ArriveCAN within 72 hours of travel. ArriveCAN is available to download as a mobile app or you can create an account online.
Fully vaccinated travellers will not need a post-arrival test but could be randomly selected to complete a Day 1 COVID-19 molecular test.
The local sanitary rules require that everyone wear a mask or face covering when indoors in public spaces, in taxis, limos and public transportation and whenever a one metre (3 feet) distance cannot be maintained. Once seated, it is possible to remove the face covering or mask.
As of September 1st, 2021, Québec requires its residents to have a Vaccination Passport to gain admittance to certain locations and certain non-essential activities where the risk of transmission is high. These include events and festivals, performance halls and sports arenas, casinos, cinemas, fitness centres, team sports, bars, restaurants, and certain extracurricular activities. Visitors will not be required to have a Vaccination Passport. Instead, they will be asked to show a photo ID and proof issued by their country or Canadian province that they have had two doses of one of the following recognized vaccines: • Pfizer • Moderna • AstraZeneca • Covishield • Jansen (only one dose required) Activities that require a vaccine passport or proof of vaccination: Places and activities requiring the COVID-19 Vaccination Passport | Gouvernement du Québec (quebec.ca) >> Places and activities requiring the COVID-19 Vaccination Passport | Gouvernement du Québec (quebec.ca)
If you test positive while in Montréal, you will need to:
• Isolate yourself from others once you receive the results.
• You will need to remain isolated for 14 days or more in a location where you have access to the necessities of life without leaving isolation and where you can avoid contact with others.
• You will be contacted by the local public health authority and will need to follow their instructions.
• Always keep copies of your proof of vaccination with you.
Be prepared to show your proof of vaccination when you enter a restaurant (including the hotel restaurant), a gym (including the hotel gym), the hotel pool and when you enter the conference/event site. You will not need to show a proof of vaccination when entering a hotel or a museum.
We recommend that you call your insurer before planning your trip. Should your personal insurance not include COVID-related instances and you wish to have coverage while travelling, travel cancellation/interruption and medical coverage can be purchased via our partner ATPI, by clicking here: Manulife Insurance >> Step 1 (igoinsured.com)
Montreal - a city that has it all
Visitors to Montréal’s find the city’s energy and its European architecture an irresistible combination. The city has a lot of culture to offer, with great entertainment and culinary palette. It’s flowing river, quaint streets and a bustling modern city centre make the city an attractive destination for thousands of tourists every year. Canada is at the forefront of fighting COVID-19 infection rates.
The event will be held at the infamous New City Gas, a venue with 1,900 people capacity and plenty of semi-outdoor and outdoor space.