Running Remote Conference 2019 – Bali, Indonesia

Running Remote Conference 2019

Get an extra 40% OFF with the promo code – workwanderers


Running Remote is the largest conference for remote teams globally. This year it will be held in Bali, which as become a renowned destination for digital nomads and remote workers. The conference will take place  from 29-30 June, so get your tickets soon to avoid missing out.


The organisation states that their mission is ‘to provide the education and tools that founders & professionals need to succeed in the future of work. This is a gathering of leaders who will share everything they’ve learnt running a remote first organisation. Modern management practices in a tropical paradise’.


Some of the speakers include founders and CEOs from companies such as Dribble, Shopify, Hotjar & Angelist to name a few. Some topics that will be covered include:


  • How to Manage Remote Engineering Teams for Scale
  • What Does it Take to Get VC Funding For a Distributed Company?
  • Identify the Pros and Cons of Participating in the e-Residency Program
  • How To Collaborate Visually Within Remote Reams
  • How Shopify Built the Biggest Remote Support Team in the World
  • Setting Up Your Corporate Structure Remotely: What Are the Advantages/Disadvantages?


Get a full pass to this conference and expect 2 days jampacked with keynote speakers, networking sessions, workshops, 5-star lunch buffets, not to mention a full-blown beach party in Bali.


A single Full Pass costs $849. The more team members you bring, the greater the discount! Work Wanderers & Running Remote have partnered up to offer you an even better ticket price. Use the code workwanderers to get 40% off the ticket price. Check out all the ticket options here.


Check out the promo video here:



See you there Wanderers!

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