May 14th, 2021
‘Working remotely’ is a phrase we have all heard countless times over the past year, and the concept seems simple enough. That is, as long as you’re not a hairdresser or gardener. But for those of us who are lucky enough to be able to continue working remotely, what does this really mean? Or, more specifically, what does the process of creating and running a remote company actually look like?
At Tell, when we say remote, we mean it. Not only do we help companies produce their events from a remote location, but the majority of the team works remotely themselves. From York to London to America, we can easily maneuver as a team using virtual workspaces. According to a study undertaken by Perkbox, the workplace disrupts concentration by as much as 37%. We believe that the comfort of remote workspaces can improve our teams productivity and motivation. We work hard to streamline processes to make operations more efficient and have lots of fun doing so! We aren’t the only ones who feel this way either. According to Forbes, by 2025, an estimated 70% of the workforce will be operating remotely at least five days a month. Which means we at Tell are already ahead of the curve. Just the way we like it.
We are able to take on projects from every corner of the globe, making us accessible from anywhere in the world. Granted, Antarctica might be a bit of a stretch, but we’ll try nonetheless! We can take on all different kinds of projects, of varying scopes, with our wide range of expertise. Our specialist technologies and lightning-fast internet connection ensures that from the minute the project is booked to the final recording session, the whole process can be executed fully remotely.
In 2020 remote working became the norm, and in 2021 more and more companies continue to move to remote setups. We have a thorough understanding of how to produce the content that is required to match the expected professional standards. Everyday our aim to be globally accessible becomes more of a reality, and we hope that you can be a part of our journey. Let’s visit your corner of the world (remotely).