Innosphere Ventures’ “Thought Leader Speaker Series” recently featured Professor Choudhury who has been studying remote work practices such as “Work-from-Anywhere” and “All-Remote” for several years. His research spans large organizations such as the United States Patent Office and TCS, as well as startups such as Gitlab and Zapier.

In this presentation, professor Choudhury shared insights on how Work-from-Anywhere affects productivity, discussed remote work best practices, shared his research with Tulsa Remote, and outlined how remote work can lead to reverse brain drain from large cities to smaller towns in Middle America.

Attendees also heard from Advanced Energy Industries, Inc., a global advanced manufacturing company headquartered in Denver, CO. Neil Brinker, President and COO of Advanced Energy, discussed their current challenges and opportunities when it comes to running their manufacturing facilities during COVID, how they’re managing all types of employees, and described how they’re aggressively working on solutions that have positive impacts on their company.

Thank you to our event sponsor: Shawn Stigler heads Venture Best and the Colorado Offices of Michael Best, a law firm helping companies re-envision how to operate in this new reality.

Professor Choudhury can be found on Twitter here.

You can also watch and share the video on our LinkedIn page by clicking here.

Innosphere’s previous Thought Leader Speaker Series webinar:
The previous event in July featured keynote speaker Ross DeVol who spoke about his recently released report, “Young Firms and Regional Economic Growth,” and highlighted the Innosphere Ventures recent venture capital report, “Colorado Venture Ecosystem Review,” which covered key trends that shape Colorado’s venture ecosystem and discussed how our findings can provide a pathway to accelerate Colorado’s venture ecosystem.

Check out the post-event coverage from our previous Thought Leader Speaker Series:
— Read the Colorado Inno article on our Venture Ecosystem findingshere.
— Read the Denver Business Journal story on the report here.