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Remote Excellence Awards

2024 Remote Excellence Awards winners announced

Meet your 2024 winners by clicking the categories below.

The Remote Excellence Awards recognize companies that have demonstrated exceptional commitment, innovation, and enthusiasm in navigating the challenges and opportunities presented by remote work. We received countless examples from companies all around the world that are driving success in the realm of remote work and distributed teams.

Thank you to everyone who participated.

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Award Categories

Meet our 2024 winners by clicking the categories below.

Meet the Judges

Behind every exceptional Remote Excellence Award, there's an exceptional panel of judges who bring wisdom, experience, and discernment to the table. Each category is judged by a mix of senior leaders from Remote, as well as leading influencers in the field of remote working and global team leadership. This dynamic mix ensures your success is acknowledged by the best in the business.

Program Tech Product Manager, CLEAR Global | Founder, AfriSplash Remotely

Godspower Eseurhobo

Future of Work & DEI advocate building the gateway to Africa's remote workforce by harnessing the power of community and technology to promote African talents on the global stage.

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Leading expert in remote-first people experiences

Stephanie Lee

A strong believer in remote-first company design, Stephanie is a passionate advocate for topics such as vulnerability, psychological safety in the workplace, and cross-cultural collaboration.

Stephanie lee - leading remote people first experience.
Co-Founder & COO, GoFloaters

Srivatsan Padmanabhan

Srivatsan is a vocal remote work advocate. His startup, GoFloaters, offers a hybrid work platform that helps people find work and meeting spaces that can be booked instantly.

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Founder, Happy Work Studio

Mine Dedekoca

Mine is the founder of Happy Work Studio and co-founder of Remote-First Institute, a not-for-profit providing world-class know-how in implementing remote-first workplaces.

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Founder, Worklife Ventures

Brianne Kimmel

Brianne is an investor in 20+ startups, and is founder of Work Life Ventures, a venture firm investing in tools and services for the modern workplace.

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Founder and CEO, workremote

June Boleno

Named one of "The 100 Most Influential Remote Experts" and "Top Remote Enablers" by Remote.com. June has been teaching people about remote work since 2012.

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Co-Founder & Executive Director, Na'amal

Lorraine Charles

Lorraine is a social entrepreneur, researcher and Co-founder & Executive Director of Na'amal, which links forcibly displaced people with remote work opportunities.

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Head of Communications and Content, Buffer

Hailley Griffis

Hailley is head of communications and content at Buffer, co-host of the podcast “MakeWorkWork” and producer of the annual “State of Remote Work” report.

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VP of Finance, Fountain

Luke McKinlay

Luke McKinlay leads the finance function at Fountain, a Global Frontline Worker Hiring Solution backed by SoftBank, B Capital, Origin Ventures, and others. Prior to Fountain he worked in international consulting and at a hedge fund, Starboard Value.

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Co-Founder & Co-Author, Remote Works Book

Ali Greene

One of "The 100 Most Influential Remote Experts", Ali is an expert speaker on all things remote work, and is also co-founder and co-author of Remote Works.

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Co-Founder of TMI, Podcast Host, Work Transformation Leader, Speaker

Nellie Hayat

Recognized as one of the most influential leaders in remote work, Nellie is an advisor to the remote-first institute. She is the podcast host of the popular Beyond Work podcast and her thoughts are published regularly by Fast Company.

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Founding Partner at Talent Mobility Search

Vincent Tackoen

Vincent is the founder of Talent Mobility Search, a search and consulting firm in the talent mobility space and a mobility advisor at Talent Beyond Boundaries, a systems change NFP opening up labour pathways for refugees and displaced people.

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Co-Founder and CEO of Butter, Co-Founder RemoteCamp.io

Jakob Knutzen

Jakob is the Co-Founder and CEO of Butter, the highly interactive platform video conferencing platform. He also Co-Founded RemoteCamp.io to help companies define and execute on a successful remote strategy through assessments and workshops.

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Head of People & Culture, Weaviate

Jessie de Groot

Jessie is Head of People & Culture at Weaviate, a remote-first and open source AI-native start-up. Jessie is passionate about everything related to creating great people programs and sustaining a strong remote company culture.

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CEO, Fearless Culture

Gustavo Razzetti

Gustavo is a speaker, culture consultant, and best-selling author of “Remote, Not Distant” – a roadmap to build a strong culture for remote and hybrid teams.

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Dates for your diary

January 25, 2024

All Awards open

March 1, 2024

Entries close at 11:59PM UTC

March 20, 2024

Winners announced 12.00PM UTC

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Remember, the Remote Excellence Awards are simple and free to enter!

We encourage you to showcase your expertise by entering multiple categories. Don't be shy; this is your moment to shine. Good luck!

Top tips to make your entry shine

  • Tell your story, but don't write an essay

    Keep it brief: highlight key challenges, share your path to success, and provide tangible results. Make it personal: we want to hear the impacts of your initiatives on your own organization.

  • Back it up with data

    We love data, so where possible, provide specific metrics to quantify your achievements. You can include testimonials from your team to support your submission with stronger proof points.

  • Think about the judges

    Specific judging criteria is listed on each Award entry page, so cross-reference your entry with the details to make sure you have the best possible chance. Each category panel has a mix of senior leaders from Remote, as well as leading influencers in the field of remote working (they know what they’re talking about, so you should focus on outcomes over theory).

  • Become recognized as a global leader

  • Showcase your expertise and innovation

  • Inspire your team to take pride and share in your success

  • Use your Excellence Award logo to attract top talent

Want to know more about the Remote Excellence Awards?

Got questions? Reach out to awards@remote.com if you have questions about your application.

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