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 are expected?
Last year, moore than 500 attendees from all over the planet attended. We’re expecting that number to grow this year.
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 outsourcing supplies/providers and 50% non-suppliers.
What industries are the attendees from?
Currently, registered guests are from all over the world including USA, Australia, Norway and the Philippines in a multitude of industries.
Can I earn money reselling tickets?
Where is the conference taking place?
Running Remote Conference 2020 is taking place at Etter-Harbin Alumni Center located on the campus of the University of Texas of Austin.
The Alumni Center is nestled along historic Waller Creek in downtown Austin surrounded by 100 year-old oak trees. It has a perfect blend of stylish modern interiors and rustic southern chic.
What's included in the pass?
2 Day Pass
20th & 21st April
- 2 Days Full Access to Running Remote Conference 2020
- Snacks & beverages
- Access to our exclusive offers
- Access to online networking
- And Much more…
Full price: $999 USD
Who are the organizers?
The conference is organized by time tracking app Time Doctor. We also provide amazing team-building programs in Bali for corporate meet-ups.
Can I become a sponsor?
Interested in sponsoring Running Remote 2020 Conference?
We are happy to consider sponsorships, affiliate partnerships and creative marketing partnerships for Running Remote 2020 Conference!
Fill in a sponsorship request and we’ll be in touch with you shortly.
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?
The schedule is currently under formation. Sign-up to our newsletter below to follow the news or like us on Facebook!
Can I bring my team?
Absolutely! We offer special group discounts. They will be available when we open early-bird prices. Follow the updates via the newsletter, our social media or on the website.
Can I get a refund?
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.
Almost 35% of our attendees last year came from North America, that’s why we decided to host 2020 event closer to them.
Austin boasts the largest share of remote workers among the 50 U.S. cities and is a rapidly growing tech center which makes it the right place for an event like Running Remote. On top of that we hope that our attendees enjoy its energetic vibe, lively art and musical scene and probably the best tacos in the U.S.
Do I need a visa?
Please check the U.S. Department of State website to learn if you need a visa and what the requirements to get it are.
Where to stay?
Running Remote Conference will partner with several local hotels in the downtown of Austin. Please subscribe to our newsletter to stay up-to-date about the special offers for our attendees.
How to get to the venue?
Etter-Harbin Alumni Center is located just 8 min car ride away from Austin downtown. You can use Uber or any other taxi app.
Etter-Harbin Alumni Center address: 2110 San Jacinto Blvd, Austin
How do I move around?
What local cuisine to expect?
Mostly famous for its barbecue joints and chophouses, Austin has since welcomed a more diverse dining scene including international cuisine to every taste and budget. Tex-Mex is also popular thanks to Austin’s proximity to Mexico, which has ushered in the infiltration of south-of-the-border specialties, such as tacos, burritos and fajitas.
What to do in Austin?
Austin is still associated mostly with a lively music scene. However, it has much more to offer. The city is also home to a wonderful ballet, world-class museums, one-of-a-kind shopping and beautiful outdoor spaces. You can just as easily spend your morning paddling the lake as you can strolling through a celebrated history museum.
To learn more about current events in the city, check Visit Austin.
What weather to expect?
April is one of the best months to visit Austin with average temperature of 27°C (80°F) before the humid and extremely hot summer begins. It is also one of the driest month although it can rain for several days.
What to Pack: Bring lightweight clothing as if you were packing for summer, along with a jacket because nights are still cold. An umbrella and waterproof clothing is a must for heavy spring thunderstorms or rain showers.