Interviews: Remote Companies

Distributed teams and remote based companies share about their remote work journey, experience, challenges, tools and tips by answering our interview questions. Take a look!

Interview with ProofHub

Interview with ProofHub

Learn how ProofHub, an all-in-one project management and team collaboration software, started to work remotely due to the Coronavirus lockdown, and how they’ve made it a successful experience.

Interview with Tom Baker from FordeBaker

Interview with Tom Baker from FordeBaker

“I do miss the human interaction of the office environment, my colleagues said the same thing, but the benefits far outweigh the disadvantages. At some point we might have a small head office but I’m determined that our culture will always encourage flexible working.”

Interview with Hubspot

Interview with Hubspot

“…when you grow a remote workforce at scale, there are some organizational and also team-level habits that shift. “

Interview with Soshace

Interview with Soshace

“To operate effectively we test and adept best approaches from other spheres. The model for our recruitment steps structure is a sales pipeline – the set of actions taken by sellers from initial contact to signing a contract. “

Interview with Scopic Software

Interview with Scopic Software

“At Scopic, we believe that trust is everything when dealing with remote workers. Micromanagers need not apply… We value individual and team output more than punching in a time card.”

Interview: Grow Remote

Interview: Grow Remote

“We’re all community people at heart and we see remote working as a tool that can enable people to choose to move where they wish. “

Interview with Tomedes

Interview with Tomedes

We’ve striven to ensure that our processes are as clear and simple as possible. This has helped to cut down on the on boarding time for remote workers and has helped them to settle in quickly. 

Interview with Stanwood

Interview with Stanwood

We are not limited by location and can hire purely by talent and team fit. That’s probably the biggest advantage for us. We created remote processes that make us highly efficient in our daily work.

Interview: Naeem Tee from ContentFly

Interview: Naeem Tee from ContentFly

“…as long as companies turn a blind eye to remote, we’ll have the advantage! The best talent, and the most incredible company cultures I’ve seen were in remote teams”

Interview: Emsisoft

Interview: Emsisoft

“To operate successfully as a remote company, you need everyone in your team to incorporate the entire remote work lifestyle”.

Interview: Devsdna

Interview: Devsdna

We believe in people and confidence in the power to get the best results. Don’t believe a distance of 2m or 2000km is going to modify the desire to make things the right way and the team rapport

Interview: Annika Helendi

Interview: Annika Helendi

“Having the freedom of working remotely is having a positive impact on everyone’s lives, and it is a privilege to lead a team of happy people.”

Interview: Hotjar

Interview: Hotjar

“The main advantage of being a remote company is the ability to hire the best people from anywhere in the world”

Interview: NeoMam

Interview: NeoMam

The biggest advantage is that we get to hire top talent from all over the world for all the different roles in our agency.

Interview: Zapier

Interview: Zapier

Wade Foster is co-founder & CEO of Zapier, a tool that allows you to connect apps to automate tasks and save time – with a 100% distributed team.

Interview: Remote Year

Interview: Remote Year

Sam Pessin is co-founder & COO of Remote Year, a community of digital nomads from across the globe, traveling and working together during a year across 12 different cities.