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Recruit global diverse talent

At the biggest Conference for Remote Job Seekers and Freelancers


Place your brand in front of over 1,000 attendees and over 70k supporters across digital platforms

Virtual Booths

Use our automated "unmanned" virtual booths or opt to host a live session to connect with our audience.

Speed network

Network directly with potential candidates via "speed network", live recruiting sessions, and candidate-to-company matched-meet and greets.


Generate leads and get reporting on KPIs from the event to validate your ROI.

Attendee Demographics

77% women – 22% men – 1% non-binary

31% ages 25-34, 46% ages 35-55, 23% ages 45+

45% US Based – 55% Outside of the US

Countries included: United Kingdom, Canada, Brazil, France, MExico, SPain, Netherlands, Greece, Ireland, Colombia, Germany, Trinidad

Attendee Industries



Hosting a booth at the QuitCommuting Conference

Recruiter booths at the Quit Commuting Conference are automated and don’t have to be “manned”. When visitors come to your booth, they can watch a video about your company, get more information posted in the booth and click a button to go straight to your careers page or upload their resume! You can also choose to host live interactive sessions in your booth and present to attendees, answer questions, even bring attendees “on stage” to interact with the directly.

The BootH Includes:


Libryia JONES

Libryia Jones (@libryiajones), The Remote Work Queen, has worked remotely for more than 13 years. In 2016, she took a group of digital nomads around the world for an entire year. Today, Libryia is a Remote Work Expert, Advocate, and Educator who shares content and resources to help people land remote work. She has an audacious goal to help 10,000 moms land remote work!

Dethra GILES

Dethra Giles (@dethra.giles), The Career Architect, is a four-time TEDx speaker, international keynote speaker, executive coach, and award-winning author that has a track record of taking her clients from the cubicle to the corner office. She has consulted with companies like Moet Hennesey, MARTA, Kaiser Permanente and the Salvation Army.


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