We Make Remote Work Local

Grow Remote exists to enable our communities to thrive. We use remote work as a tool to do that as it removes location as a barrier to employment, and is one of the most efficient ways we can support local communities.

Remote Work

Our Work

Remote work can potentially have this big impact BUT it is complex and challenging to do properly and so it is not currently as impactful or sustainable as it could be for the environment, companies, individuals, communities & diversity & inclusion.

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Find Remote Work

Check out this guide to remote work, and come back to update the crowdsourced document as you find new information!

Find Remote Talent

Find Your Local Community

We have local remote working communities all over the world. Get in contact with yours here. Want to find a rural community? Go here.

Become a change maker

Share learnings from over 250 local community leaders and make a lasting change in your local community

3 million+ 

Engaged online

130+

Empowered 130+ chapters across 17 countries

240+

Events ran in local communities making remote work local

40,572

Message sent in Slack

7,780

Email requests answered regarding remote

10,000+ 

People have engaged offline at workshops in local communities.

221 

People trained in the skill of remote

45

One to one sessions with companies on the transition to remote

200+ 

Managers trained in the skill of managing remote teams

93,075

Cups of coffee fuelling the community!

What Chapters Do

Chapters are the most important part of Grow Remote as they help with the last mile of remote work. They usually use remote work to achieve one of these 3 goals…

Help their community find employment

This is a blended approach of raising awareness of the companies hiring remotely, and helping people get trained up. We’ve developed a schools pack and partnered with Workplaceless to start 110 certs in remote work.

Help repopulate their community

When employment is mobile, rural communities can compete on the things that matter. Our chapters developed Town Tasters, a way to help people explore what it’s like to live in their community.

Help remote workers engage locally

Remote workers can be our “hidden employed” and suffer from isolation. Some chapters focus on helping remote workers engage locally through events or meetups.

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