36 episodes

The Remoter Podcast covers anything and everything you need to know in order to successfully build and scale a remote-first team. Season 1 is hosted by Andrés Cajiao, Chief Growth Officer of Torre, and Josephine Tse, Remoter Ambassador of the Remoter Project. Season 2 is hosted by Josephine Tse.

Remoter Podcast Erik Hare, Josephine Tse, Alexander Torrenegra, Andrés Cajiao

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The Remoter Podcast covers anything and everything you need to know in order to successfully build and scale a remote-first team. Season 1 is hosted by Andrés Cajiao, Chief Growth Officer of Torre, and Josephine Tse, Remoter Ambassador of the Remoter Project. Season 2 is hosted by Josephine Tse.

    It's not just the tools and processes, but the mindset as well with Nadine Soyez of Virtual Team Heroes

    It's not just the tools and processes, but the mindset as well with Nadine Soyez of Virtual Team Heroes

    Recorded on 03/2020 in Frankfurt, Germany at Design Offices Frankfurt. Remoter met up with Nadine Soyez, founder of Virtual Team Heroes, who’s also a remote work consultant veteran. Virtual Team Heroes helps organizations manage their distributed teams, finding solutions to make digital collaborations successful. Simply being a remote work expert herself, she walks the talk and advises based on years of experience - listen to this episode to soak in some of that knowledge too.

    • 25 min
    Going against the grain: hiring slow and staying close with Tobias Günther of fournova

    Going against the grain: hiring slow and staying close with Tobias Günther of fournova

    Recorded on 03/2020 in Stuttgart, Germany at Tobias’s house. Tobias Günther, CEO of fournova, will be one of the stories that ‘goes against the grain.’ fournova is the company behind Tower, a Gitclient tool for developers all around the world. You have to listen further to find out what makes them ‘unconventional’ but being remote-first has allowed fournova to continually assess their needs AND decide to ‘go against the grain’ because that’s what they need to do their best work.

    • 27 min
    It's a no-brainer state of affairs with Niklas Dorn & Maël Frize of Filestage

    It's a no-brainer state of affairs with Niklas Dorn & Maël Frize of Filestage

    Recorded on 03/2020 in Stuttgart, Germany at STYG. Head of Product Maël Frize sat down with Remoter in Stuttgart, connecting with CEO Niklas Dorn in Strasbourg, France, to do a hybrid podcast. Filestage is a content review platform with a mission of fixing broken workflows that poison teams with miscommunication, friction, and frustration. Being remote-first for over 5 years has left them to not only witness the benefits but also address the present challenges that are less tangible; more so keeping the relationships healthy within a remote team.

    • 26 min
    Finding their rhythm of remote with Tanja Weidinger and Wolfgang Damm of Fretello

    Finding their rhythm of remote with Tanja Weidinger and Wolfgang Damm of Fretello

    Recorded on 03/2020 in Linz, Austria at Neue Werft. CTO Wolfgang Damm & HR Lead Tanja Weidinger of Fretello spent the day with Remoter at their coworking space Neue Werft. Fretello is an AI-based music education app empowering people to express themselves through music by learning to play guitar. Being a remote company has allowed them to retain their best talents and better integrate work with personal lives, flexing their schedules as they see fit - something that’s very important for those at the company with young families.

    • 26 min
    The changing landscape of how we work with Joseph Vito DeLuca of Kambr

    The changing landscape of how we work with Joseph Vito DeLuca of Kambr

    Recorded on 02/2020 in Amsterdam, Netherlands at Tribes Coworking. Joseph Vito DeLuca is the Marketing Executive at Kambr and the founder of Yellow Cat Five, Kambr’s upcoming in-house branding agency. Kambr is focused on lifting the airline model and creating harmony between traveling and the traveler. He welcomed Remoter into their coworking space and spoke to us one rainy February morning. Being a team lead in a remote company has taught Joe the importance of questioning the status quo and implementing changes in his workforce that he wants to see being normalized by the masses down the road, and the first step is by sharing his and Kambr’s story, mission and values.

    • 22 min
    Finding your why with Mandy Fransz of Make the Leap Digital

    Finding your why with Mandy Fransz of Make the Leap Digital

    Recorded on 02/2020 in Breda, Netherlands. Mandy’s home. Remoter visited Mandy, founder of Make the Leap Digital, and documented her story from the beginning (while eating stroopwafels). Make the Leap Digital helps companies worldwide with LinkedIn branding, marketing, and sales. She helps small business owners, freelancers and other solopreneurs create profit-driven businesses that allow them to work from anywhere.

    • 25 min

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I’ve been listening to this podcast and it is really showing me how important is remote work nowadays and for the future. Thank you for your guide and for sharing this experiences and knowledge.

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Didn't realize how many industries have the potential to be transformed and disrupted by the concept of remote work. Be it voice acting, software, or art, I'm excited to hear what stories come next!

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