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When Your Office is Outdoors: Julie Singh on full-time travel and remote work

Julie Singh, Co-founder, TripOutside. Julie, outdoor adventures are appealing to digital nomads who work and travel. Did you have this in mind when introducing remote work/ work from home policy at your company? My husband Reet and I founded TripOutside  in 2017 out of a shared enthusiasm for outdoor adventure and travel.  After many frustrating experiences wasting valuable vacation time renting equipment, we created a website that allows others to easily book outdoor gear and adven

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James Chittenden on how to gig your way to freedom

James Chittenden, Founder, One Click Advisor. James, your company specializes in services for entrepreneurs. Why do you hire gig workers and freelancers? Freelancers built our business. The fact that we all have had other jobs and businesses during the process makes us all “freelancers” by definition. A good freelancer can add tremendous value in many areas. Also, it fits well with businesses like ours where we believe in the talent on our team and gives them room to operate.

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BX3 Capital: Remote working is about geographic diversity and trust

Our guest today is Kyle Asman, founding partner of BX3 Capital, a business advisory firm headquartered in New York, knows a bit about charting his own path. After graduating from university in 2017 and a few stints at global financial powerbrokers such as Goldman Sachs and Duff & Phelps, he co-founded BX3 which has grown from a niche startup for companies looking to break into the blockchain and cryptocurrency space into a full-fledged service provider for companies looking for fundraising,

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Remote team versus In-house team: Which one is easier to manage?

Jennifer Farris, Chief People Officer at Terminal. Jennifer, sourcing top talent is a challenge especially when it comes to rare skills. Is this the reason for introducing remote work/ work from home policy at your company? There are engineers all over the world seeking meaningful work at interesting companies, and those companies are always on the lookout for eager, skilled employees. But much of the time those two parties aren’t able to come together because of geographical distance, n

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Reliable Performance: Freelancers see you as a client, not as an employer

Tasia Duske, CEO of Museum Hack Tasia, organizing events and team buildings may require lots of contingent workers over a short period of time. Is this the rationale for hiring gig workers and freelancers?  We love hiring gig and freelance workers at The Great Guac Off and Museum Hack and have done so since we first opened our doors in 2013. From web design and maintenance to social media posts to SEO content to on-the-ground last-minute help with event coordination and operation of our t