How to avoid fallbacks with your remote agency

How to avoid fallbacks with your remote agency

The classic agency model is under pressure, and it’s constantly changing. That’s a good thing — agencies were always the first to respond to business challenges, and they weren’t afraid to try out new setups. When it comes to remote companies, apart from pure technology products and SaaS businesses, creative agencies were the first-movers. It’s easy to understand why — creative professionals love remote working and they often collaborate with each other thus creating remote creative companies.


How to position your business and succeed in your niche

How to position your business and succeed in your niche

Positioning your company is crucial to your future success because ultimately, your position as a company will define your position on the market. If you don’t have a clear vision about yourself, on what your company does and for whom you work, you will lose sight of your progress. But positioning as a distributed company means much more than that. It will define your workflows and also the very foundations of your company structure. 


The difference between fully and partially distributed teams

The difference between fully and partially distributed teams

If you evaluated your business and did the pivot successfully on distributed business, you have two options. You can go fully distributed or partially distributed. Fully means, all your team members are working remotely, and they are placed in different locations. Partially means, you have a central or core team– not necessarily placed in an office but regularly catching up offline – and you have a team of remote employeesall around the globe. 


How e-Residency minimises hassle for entrepreneurs like me

How e-Residency minimises hassle for entrepreneurs like me

I would never have imagined that I will write an endorsement for a country’s government program. Until now. As a lifelong entrepreneur and owner of a consulting business, I have extensive experience in starting and running businesses in multiple countries in the EU. Recently, I opened a company in Estonia through its e-Residency program and settled with it for long-term.