Make Remote Work Movement
Why Remote Work Movement?
Considering the recent burnout and turnover rates it is safe to assume that the future of work is — remote work.
In U.S. alone 43% of the workforce spend some time working remotely.
Remote working allows employees enjoy the comforts of being at home by setting their own work-time schedules boosting their productivity and receptivity.
Maybe it was these and many more advantages that motivated companies like GitHub and Basecamp to go for remote hiring.
Why Remote should matter to your company?
Roadmap of the campaign/Why we choose this cities?
The Baltimore startup and entrepreneur community is working hard to build a better tomorrow by facilitating new ideas and innovations. Baltimore is like a networking tool for connecting experienced tech executives with young startup entrepreneurs.
3. Washington DC
Fueld with emerging technologies, top talent and an active customer base, the Washington DC is one of the most vibrant startup region. Along with numerous enterprises DC is also a home for diverse incubators and co-working spaces that support tech entrepreneurs.
Denverites are ambitious leaders who value cooperation. Denver startup community is built on four pillars — entrepreneurship, long-term commitment, inclusivity, and engagement. Denver is no more just a mining hub like it used to be during gold rush it is a thriving hot spot with new business opportunities scattered all across. Read more here .
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