Remote Conference Roundup: Three conferences you can’t miss in April, May and June

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Remote work is on the rise and thankfully, more conferences dedicated to remote workers are cropping up.

Whether you’ve already landed your dream remote job or are still 
on the hunt, we’ve rounded up three conferences happening in the next few months that need to be on your radar.

1. Running Remote Conference

Connect with current and future remote team leaders on the beautiful island of Bali, a popular digital nomad destination. Learn practical strategies to help you build, manage, and scale your remote business from top-notch speakers from companies you trust such as AngelList, Doist, Dribbble, Evernote, Shopify, and more.

This is a unique opportunity to network with key decision makers in the remote working world. 

When: June 29-30
Where: Bali, Indonesia
Full Price: $999, early bird $649

Receive an additional 20% off with the discount code acework.

Rub shoulders with exciting speakers at the Running Remote Conference in Bali in June 2019

2. The Remote Work Summit

We 100% agree with their premise that the future of work is remote. Whether you are an remote employer, freelancer, employee, or just remote-hopeful, you will find this speaker line-up on point. It’s all covered, from remote hiring, on-boarding, productivity and collaborating remotely.

When: April 16-18
Where: Virtual / Remote
Cost: Free

3. Remote Future Summit

This is said to be the largest online conference about remote work, with more than 5000 participants and 50 notable speakers. Their 2019 conference website is scheduled to launch later this month, and in addition to the Online conference, Remote How will launch Offline meetups during the Summit.

When: May 15-17
Where: Virtual / Remote
Cost: Free, plus paid all-access passes

We’ll keep you posted about special offers and meetups later this month. 

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