Introducing The Logos Fund: A Rolling Fund Investing In Founders Building Startups Defining Remote Work Globally

  • Do you think you will be able to book hotels on a phone?
  • There’s no way in the future people will work from just a mobile device!
  • Can you imagine using a spreadsheet on a phone?
  • Rising cost of employees and the rise in contractors and outside talent. (Toptal, Squared Away, etc)
  • Flexibility, especially in location, becoming the #1 ask of employees.
  • Massive distribution pipes with Slack and Zoom already at scale
  • Covid-19 and long-term office closure is accelerating or amplifying these trends. The amount of major companies who are cancelling their offices and going all-in on remote work is massive. REI, Flexport, Twitter, and more.
  • 82% of companies will be more remote post covid.
  • 99% of workers never want to work in an office full-time again.
  • Americans might never go back to the office, and Twitter is leading the charge
  • Adoption of software is happening bottoms up from tools that solve individual employee’s needs not top down (Does anyone willingly bring SAP into their toolset from the bottom? Nah. But, Slack takes hold in small pods of work, and scales up and forces the businesses hand). IBM were forced to transition after so many employees paid for the service via company credit cards.

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