People Success Manager at Buffer
Deborah is extremely passionate about people, productivity, and culture, and has combined her love for these three things to help drive and develop the enviable culture at Buffer.
Head of EU Operations at Stripe
Don has a detailed career in software, with his Android apps having been downloaded more than five million times. He’s also helped to build and cultivate some hugely successful & global teams, listing teams as a big interest of his.
Director of Design at Toptal
As the Director of Design at Toptal, and as someone who has worked, lived and learnt in different places remotely, Saskia has plenty of interesting insights about working at distributed company to share.
Co-founder of Peakon
Dan Rogers, with a background in growing startups, now operates as the CSO at Peakon, an employee engagement software company that also happens to be one of the fastest growing startups in Europe.
Co-founder of Minaal
Doug, with his other co-founder Jimmy, have created a range of travel gear that has made travelling faster, happier and more productive. The best part? They’ve done it entirely remotely.
CEO of Zartis
John has a habit of growing successful tech companies, and his latest venture, Zartis, is changing the way that companies such as Google, Microsoft and Stripe are hiring.
CEO of Balance
Richard runs a small distributed banking and blockchain wallet company, and has balanced his time working remotely all over the world. He’s also an avid kitesurfer, so he definitely has some cool stories!
Co-Founder of Sanctus
James’ startup Sanctus has set out on a bold mission to redefine the way in which individuals and businesses perceive mental health. If you’re looking for someone who’s changing how we see happiness, it’s James.
UK Country Manager at Talent.io
John has a proven track record helping companies scale up in the UK tech scene and is currently leading the revolution in the recruitment industry with talent.io
Who should attend?
CEOs & founders interested in company culture
Managers who are looking to leverage new working trends
HR executives who don’t use “HR” in their title
Journalists interested in the future of work