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Experience Tulsa’s Vibrant Culture in Austin at SXSW 2024

Tulsa Remote is headed back to SXSW 2024, and we're bringing the local sounds, flavors, and a taste of Tulsa's culture to Austin. Join us at the Tulsa House at Augustine on Rainey Street on March 8-9 for an unforgettable experience.

Whether you're an entrepreneur, a remote worker, or an executive, something is waiting for you.

📣 If you're an AI enthusiast or a remote worker eager to learn about the intersection of technology and human connection, don't miss Tulsa Remote's official SXSW panel. Join us on Saturday, March 9, for an engaging discussion featuring experts from Tulsa Remote, Kumospace, and Kona.

Learn more about the Tulsa House and grab your free tickets here


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In a world where remote work is increasingly prevalent, the conversation around AI's impact on our daily lives has never been more important. AI can help remote workers overcome common barriers, empower remote teams to cultivate bonds, amplify collaboration, and elevate creativity.

During this session, remote work experts will share invaluable insights into how AI, when harnessed thoughtfully, can serve as a catalyst for building a more interconnected remote workforce. Embrace the future where AI is an unexpected key to unlocking genuine human connections.

Meet the Panelists


Copy of Copy of SXSW General Panel HighlightJustin Harlan, Managing Director of Tulsa Remote 

Justin Harlan is the Managing Director of Tulsa Remote, a program honored on Fast Company's prestigious list of the World's Most Innovative Companies for 2022, which recognized its unique approach to attracting remote workers to Tulsa and promoting economic development in the city. Under Justin’s leadership, Tulsa Remote, the largest relocation incentive program in the world, has grown to almost 3,000 members. 


Copy of Copy of SXSW General Panel Highlight (1)Brett Martin, CEO and Co-Founder of Kumospace

Brett Martin is President & Co-Founder of Kumospace, the virtual office platform where teams show up, as well as Co-Founder & Managing Partner of Charge Ventures, a pre-seed-focused venture fund based in Brooklyn, NY. He also serves as an Adjunct Professor at Columbia Business School, where he teaches data analytics and technology strategy.


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Yen Tan, CEO and Co-Founder of Kona

Yen is co-founder of Kona, the employee well-being and people analytics platform for remote teams. Yen's work on people-first leadership has been featured by Fortune, Yahoo, TechCrunch, Harvard Business School, Forbes, and more. They've spoken at remote work conferences like GitLab Commit 2021 and advised Fortune 10 companies on remote strategy. 


Whether you're a seasoned SXSW attendee or a first-time visitor, make sure to tell your friends in Austin or anyone you know headed to SXSW to stop by the Tulsa House and catch our panel.

Trust us; you won't want to miss this opportunity to discover the magic of Tulsa right in the heart of Austin! 

Tulsa Remote Staff
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