Learn Best Practices for Successfully Working at Home From a 140-person Remote Agency
What you’ll learn:
- How Thrive has mastered remote work and business growth
- How to set up a functional workspace from home
- Useful equipment you should consider adding
- A list of tools you’ll need to help manage your projects remotely
- How to track your time and communicate with your coworkers
Suddenly, most businesses have been forced to transition from an office environment to working at home because of the coronavirus pandemic. As restrictions grow with the spread of COVID-19, this won’t likely change in the coming weeks.
But what if you’re not used to working from home? How do you communicate with your peers? How do you remain efficient and block out distractions?
As part of Thrive Internet Marketing Agency’s mission to serve the community with our “Thrive Gives Back” program, we want to help businesses and organizations continue to function in this rapidly changing world. We want to help other businesses during this chaotic crisis.
Join Thrive president and founder Matt Bowman live on Tuesday as he discusses how businesses can transition to remote work without any hiccups. Thrive has more than 140 employees around the United States and across the world, from Canada to India and South Africa to the Philippines and England.
At Thrive, we might be far apart but we’ve always remained close together. For three consecutive years, we’ve climbed Inc. magazine’s Inc. 5000 list as one of the fastest-growing companies in the U.S. We’re now the fastest-growing company in Arlington, Texas, and among the top 100 in Texas. We’ve done it all through our laptops.
So, grab some lunch and pull up a chair Tuesday to learn our secrets about how we’ve mastered remote work.