Companies you’re targeting or those confirmed for attendance?
Targeting SMEs and start-ups of 10-150 seats. Primarily: tech companies, recruitment, accounting, real estate, software developers, online collaboration tools, content marketing and digital marketing companies.
How many attendees will be expected?
We are expecting 300+ attendees from all over the planet. Target audience categories:
- Entrepreneurs and business owners who run a remote team or about to start one
- Remote workers or freelancers who work from home
- Digital nomads who work from anywhere in the world
- HR, community & workplace managers
% of Start-Ups vs. Established remote teams attending?
90% of attending companies are running remote teams. Most attendees are growing their remote teams vs running large and established remote teams.
% of Suppliers/Outsource Providers Vs Non-Suppliers?
50% of attendees are expected to be outsourcing supplies/providers and 50% non-suppliers.
What industries are the attendees from?
Current ticket holders are from all over the world including USA, Australia, Norway and Philippines : web & app development, accounting, recruitment, consumer goods, real estate, financial services, UX & design.
Can I earn money reselling tickets?
If you are serious about building & scaling your remote team, then this is the event not to be missed!
> Personally meet and connect with our stellar conference speakers, special guests and attendees from all over the globe
Where is the conference taking place?
Running Remote Conference is taking place 25 minutes southwest of Ubud, a town in the central part of Bali. Ubud is approx. 1.5 hours away from the airport and is 600m above sea level, making the temperatures cooler here than in other parts of the island. Discover the rainforest and authentic Balinese culture in Ubud, 40 mins away from the coast.
What's included in the pass?
Who are the organisers?
Can I become a sponsor?
How can I get in touch?
Shoot us an email with any questions to info (at) runningremote.com or complete the contact form.
What are the start and finish times?
Can Indonesian citizens get discounts?
To receive a discounted ticket price for an Indonesian citizen, please contact us with a photographic Indonesian ID attachment (passport/ID card).
Can I bring my team?
Reunite your remote team on a tropical island in June/July 2018, attend the Running Remote Conference, gain knowledge and connect with industry experts.
Can I get a refund?
Super Early Bird tickets are non-refundable.
Refund requests received more than 60 days prior to the event will incur a $35.00 administrative fee.
Refund requests received less than 60 days prior to the event are non-refundable.
Refer to our full refunds policy.
Bali is #1 in the TripAdvisor’s World’s Best Destinations 2017 Rank and it’s known as the Silicon Valley of Asia. It’s also a popular place for company retreats and co-workations.
Ubud is the perfect place to explore the rich Balinese culture, meet like-minded people and work from rice-field cafes with decent wifi.
Do I need a visa?
Indonesia provides a 30-day visa-on-arrival, which can be purchased for $30 at passport control in one of Indonesia’s international airports. List of countries that qualify for visa-on-arrival:
Where to stay?
Running Remote Conference 2018 has partnered with hotels close to the venue to make your search a little easier. Please see full list of discounted offers here.
How to get to my hotel?
It’s best to arrange airport pick-up in advance by contacting your hotel with your flight details. A driver will await you with your name sign and will know exactly where to take you. The typical cost to Ubud is around 350,000 Rp. (approx. $25) for a one way trip. Uber & Grab mobile apps also work in some parts of Bali.
Checkout our partner hotels.
How to get to the venue?
Green School Bali is north direction from the Ngurah Rai Airport (DPS):
Airport: 1.20 hrs
Kuta: 1 hr
Canggu: 40 mins
Ubud: 30 mins
How do I move around?
Private drivers are very easy to get hold of and every hotel can help with finding one.
Uber & Grab mostly work in South Bali, so they are not ideal for Ubud.
The most common way to move around is renting a car with or without a driver, or renting a motorbike/scooter (approx. 70,000Rp/day per scooter – $5). Rental shops can be found near most hotels and prices are affordable. Make sure you always wear a helmet and bring your international driving license.
What cuisine to expect?
Balinese cuisine is full of aromas, spices and flavours. It’s not considered as hot as some of the northern SE Asian countries and many dishes are mild; it has to be experienced!
Thousands of great restaurants are scattered across the island. Ubud is known for its healthy gastronomy and has multiple award-winning restaurants.
Catering at Green School will be a mixture of Western and Indonesian cuisine, prepared from the freshest ingredients, some of which are grown in their own farm. There will be a raw food cafe operating during the conference as well. A large variety of food will ensure vegetarians and omnivores are satisfied.
Health & Safety
Before travelling to South East Asia it is recommended to consult your travel GP to find out if you need any travel vaccinations. It is highly advisable to use mosquito repellent sprays.
Make sure your travel insurance covers Indonesia.
Green School Bali’s terrain is made of volcanic stones, so please bring comfortable shoes or sandals. We may experience rain, even though June is the dry season.
What weather to expect?
The average temperature in Ubud in June will be 27°C (80°F), while the average low is 22°C(72°F), and the average high can reach a max of 31°C (88°F).
Green School Bali is located in an open area and there are plenty of fresh breezes to keep everyone cool.