Ukrainians Yaroslav Pryha and Denys Pasko created a special project for people who work remotely. Remo is not a program, an Internet guide, or a tracker of implemented ideas. This startup involves the creation of a network of individual offices for uncompromising working worldwide.
The startup is now in the early stages of implementation and it is too early to speak of expansion around the world. But by the end of February Remo will be realized in the capital of Ukraine, Kyiv.
"Imagine you take a corner office of a top manager from a skyscraper and carry it right to the beach. Technically, Remo is a glass mirror cube up to 20 meters in area. It will have two zones: concentration and relaxation. In the first zone, we plan to have an ergonomic table, chair, bookshelves. In the recreation area, there will be a minibar, a coffee machine, a sack chair," told Pryha explaining how the idea of Remo will work.
The developers of the project already know what to do in the future. The company wants to connect with hotels abroad. As it turned out, users will be able to book a hotel through the Remo.club application and get two keys: from the room and the office.
The project has already attracted more than $1.5 million in pre-seed investment. Ukrainians have become major investors in the startup. Among them is the co-owner of the postal operator Nova Poshta Volodymyr Popereshniuk and the founder of the marketing agency Fedoriv Andrii Fedoriv.