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Like many professionals, most lawyers are currently working from home. Many companies have mandated working from home and are likely to maintain this approach until the end of the year and, in some cases, beyond.

But this doesn't mean that these organisations automatically become remote companies. The infrastructure of a remote company is very different. For instance, employees can work whenever and wherever they choose on the basis that they are able to focus on high performance and output. How do you build a remote-first structure whilst maintaining strong teams, employee commitment and culture, for now and also beyond the COVID-19 crisis?

In this session, BRYTER’s CPO and co-founder, Michael Hübl, will share his experience in building a remote-first company and best practices that underpin remote businesses.

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Join us on Wednesday, 3 June from 16:00 to 16:45 CET.  Registrations are open.


Michael Hübl, Co-Founder and Managing Director, BRYTER GmbH

Michael Hübl is the Co-Founder and Managing Director of BRYTER GmbH, a leading provider of automation software with offices in Berlin, Frankfurt and London. As Chief Product Officer he is responsible for BRYTER’s core technology. 

Michael was named one of the most ambitious startup personalities in Germany. He founded his first company at the age of 17 and was one of the top 100 internet personalities in Germany in 2012 (Wirtschaftswoche).

With his ridesharing company flinc, which was acquired by Daimler in 2017, he was one of the early innovators in the ridesharing space and much acclaimed forward thinker on the use of technology for green mobility (his work was awarded with the Greentech award from Pro7). Besides that Michael founded the NGO "Impact Week" which fosters innovation and entrepreneurship around the globe.


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