Press Coverage

A Mission to Make Virtual Parties Actually Fun

We’ve been in this pandemic for a while now, and we’ve sort of gotten used to a primarily virtual social life. Meetings and classes on Zoom are adequate, the catch-up call while you tidy your kitchen works quite well, and the coworking video with the sound off is surprisingly effective.

The Future of Remote Networking with Remo – UC Today

As a devotee of remote working for almost two decades I am also the first to admit that some aspects of the remote space still have some distance to go, compared with the physical experience.

Ho Yin Cheung of Remo: Transforming Into a Remote Startup Leader | Arc Blog

I think there’s a lot of ways to do remote work. Every company does a little bit differently, and I think what we believe remote work is, is that remote work needs to have that human element to it.

Ho Yin Cheung, Founder of

Ho Yin Cheung started a social media growth company Riotly, and after attending the Running Remote Conference, was inspired to create Through having a distributed team, Ho Yin talks about the importance of empathy and connection with his remote workers so that company culture remains strong.

Remote Tools

We have witnessed the rapid adoption of video conferencing tools not just by remote teams, which were early adopters of this form of communication, but also by co-located teams. Although there have been some major security concerns that have surfaced for popular tools like Zoom, makers of the best video conferencing apps are working hard to figure solutions for this.

Using Remo video calls – tips and tricks – Peacock Carter

We’re sure you’ve spent what feels like countless hours in conference calls on platforms such as Zoom, Microsoft Teams and WhatsApp during the Covid-19 lockdown. Each platform has its own benefits and disadvantages. We recently added experience of a new (to us!) platform for conference calls, thanks to Durham Business Club.

Episode 70: The Future of the Virtual Event – Lights, Camera, Live®

Stephanie Liu Hey, welcome to a new episode of Lights, Camera, Live where we shine a spotlight on the best and brightest marketers in the industry. Now in today’s episode, we’re gonna be checking out a new virtual conference platform called Remo. So if you’re planning any online events, then this is the episode for you.

Ep 62 – Remo’s Ho Yin Cheung – Yonder

Jeff Robbins interviews Ho Yin Cheung of Remo about making interactions on distributed teams more human, using various mediums for communication, and leading remotely without micromanaging remote workers.

E458: Revolutionary Software For Hosting Virtual Events With Ho Yin Cheung | Marc’s Blog

Ho Yin Cheung is a serial entrepreneur with an 8 figure Amazon business, a mobile agency, and also a $1M ARR B2B SaaS company. He has over 7 years of experience building remote teams and has worked with Fortune 100 companies like Nike, Best Buy, TJ Max, SunGard, Cardinal Health, and Kaiser Permanente.

50 Remote Work Experts and Thought Leaders to Follow in 2019 | Remote-how

Remote work is on the rise. We can tell it by growing number of remote jobs available and the skyrocketing number of companies transforming into the “remote way” all over the world. We have also noticed that the demand for expert knowledge regarding the remote work is rising as well!…

Highlights from the #NeatCommunity Meetup: Travel & Digital Nomads – Neat

Last Thursday, we were happy to bring you our third #NeatCommunity meetup, this time highlighting the trendy world of Digital Nomadism and Travel Tech. We were thrilled by the great turnout, and want to say a big thank you to all of you who continually support our meetups and make them such a pleasure to host!

Creating informal online meetings

A few weeks ago I wrote a post about the missing link in online conferences; the opportunity to network and discuss during mingle parties, coffee breaks and sightseeing tours. This week my Austrian colleague, David Röthler, and I arranged an experimental webinar to show a variety of tools and methods for creating such informal meeting spaces.

Ho Yin Cheung (Remo) – Challenges of a Remote Startup Leader – S1E6

Today I’m joined by Ho Yin Cheung, the founder, and CEO of Remo, a tool that helps you organize virtual events and office space, and Riotly Social Media, an Instagram social media agency.