We asked leaders who’ve made remote-work effective at their organizations to share their stories, lessons, and insights with us below.
Dominick DiMichele | CEO of DirectTix Event Ticketing and N.E.S. Bridal
When working with multiple events across the country, we realized early on working remotely would be the best fit for us. Being able to have representatives contribute from their location without having to come to a centralized office would allow us the flexibility to locate the best fit for our teams without geographic restrictions. Following 2020, major leaps in the work-from-home industry have allowed us to expand well beyond our original processes so much that 2019 feels like the stone age. At this point, if there is something you need to better allow your business to work remotely, there is usually a perfect solution that can be found with a simple Google search. Read more>>
Fabrizio Colombi | VP Business Development & Marketing
In our industry many agencies prior to COVID-19 had already been remote. Some were even fully remote since its inception. Ours on the contrary started as a graphic design and printing company so a physical location was important back in 2001. As we became a full-service marketing agency focusing on Inbound Marketing that started to change a bit. Although for some of our customers having a location to visit seemed to be important. This all changed with COVID-19 and we realized that we could move our entire business to operate fully remote and our clients moved along with us. Read more>>