Good points.
Carl Fritjofsson
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“My belief is that the war for talent is going global and geographical proximity will become less and less important over time.”

I have to disagree. I think geographical proximity is critical in early-stage startups, and having remote workers greatly hinders a startup’s chance of success. Doesn’t mean that remote workers can’t be eventually hired once the core team is in place, but it’s never going to be more than 10%-20% of a company’s workforce. I wrote about this last week:

https://medium.com/@entrepreneurSF/why-virtual-teams-dont-work-in-early-stage-startups-501c29ab3f51

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