Scaling remotely: solving local problems with a global mindset

Remoter Podcast season 2 releases Scaling remotely: solving local problems with a global mindset with Matteo Grassi of Eli Z Group.

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As a continuation of season 1 with Andres and Alex, I had the opportunity to interview some remote work leaders, ranging from companies, consultants, advocates, and more, to add to Remoter’s stash of free resources and human-centered stories, enriching our educational platform about remote work.  

On this recording of the Remoter podcast, Matteo Grassi, COO of Eli Z Group, invited Remoter into his home to chat about Eli Z's growth as a company and his learnings as a leader managing globally distributed teams. Eli-Zeta is an eCommerce accelerator helping small businesses scale up with the help of AI solutions. Matteo enjoys bringing projects from 0 to 1, and it was because they solve local problems with a global/remote mindset that Matteo has been able to scale the company to where they are today. But the successes/outcomes didn’t come smooth sailing; Matteo had been involved in many different passions and paths before finding what he truly enjoys doing. Leading a remote-first company has helped him understand the benefits of today’s interconnected societies and networks to get things done.


Recorded, produced, and edited by Josephine Tse.
Mixed and mastered by Stephen Stepanic.
Graphics and visuals by Valentina Castillo.
Music: Skip by OBOY (SoundStripe).

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