Tag: remote work

InventoryLab’s Infinite Playlist

We’ve been talking a lot lately about working as a remote team. It got us thinking: what do we all do to focus on the work and get through the day? In other words…..what is the InventoryLab team listening to? So we asked! Below are some of the answers we got from our teammates about […]

Working For InventoryLab FAQ

As with most employees of small companies, we get asked a lot of questions about what it’s like to work at InventoryLab. We thought it would be fun to share some of the most frequently asked questions we’ve gotten from friends, family, and customers alike. How do you work as a completely remote company? Isn’t […]

From Bookselling to the World of Reselling

Staff Spotlight on Angie Zoellner, Customer Champion Angie has been part of the IL family since summer of 2016. She’s a regular attendee and IL representative at reselling conferences all over the country (you can check out her blogpost about CES 2018 here). She also helps create and edit articles and video tutorials for our User […]

Trending Toward Remote Work

In today’s tech savvy world, more and more industries are hiring remote workers. Some companies (like our very own InventoryLab) have fully remote teams who operate from all over the United States. Typically when you think of remote employment, certain industries probably come to mind. Freelance writing is one of the most recognizable jobs that […]

Remote Control – The Challenges of Working Remotely

Here at InventoryLab we all work remotely. Our team members are spread throughout the United States, and it’s been incredibly beneficial for us. We’ve been able to pull talent from all over the country instead of being limited to one geographical area. As a result, our small team is unique and diverse. Each person brings […]

Happy Trails – Working and Selling From the Road

Guest post by Jenn Campbell Just a few short years ago, the idea of getting to live full-time in an RV and exploring the nooks and crannies of North America before retirement age would have seemed bizarre and nonviable. People just don’t do that, no matter how much we may daydream about it. The expectation […]