Describe the company – the elevator pitch …
Terminal 3 curates a group of working professionals that travel the world and work remotely. The six month program starts June this year. The group travel to a new destination each month. Terminal 3 offers a community of like minded people both personal and professional development whilst also impacting local communities wherever we are.
In the picture I am the fifth from top left and Ioannis is the third from bottom right.
How are you different?
We use our knowledge from accelerating startup ideas and apply them to people. We offer both professional and personal development activities, we build strong connections, host local impact days and build lifelong connections. Yoga and language classes are offered on a weekly basis as well as support and mentoring.
Why will the company / product do well?
Terminal 3 has seen exponential interest already without any marketing spend. Our recent batch of applications exceeded the available spots on the program. Applying lean principles and consistently applying and measuring feedback Terminal 3 comes together based on your needs.
— Terminal 3 (@Terminal3dotco) January 27, 2016
Where are you based?
Terminal 3 heads to Portugal, Morocco, Turkey, South Korea, Vietnam and Indonesia. We will be based in central locations. In each destination participants can expect working wifi, remote routers and amazing co-working spaces. Terminal 3 spends a month in each destination. The team behind Terminal 3 currently work remotely. Ioannis Papoutis can be found at Beta-i in Lisbon and you will find Mevish working remotely in a city near you.
When was the company launched?
— Terminal 3 (@Terminal3dotco) January 6, 2016
What have been your biggest wins to date?
Feedback and interest from applicants. There is a huge demand for Terminal 3. We
are overwhelmed by the organic interest generated to date.
What type of people (market segment) are you trying to attract to your product?
?Terminal 3 is aimed at freelancers, entrepreneurs and startups as well as remote
employees. We engage a community of like minded people from day one.
Tell us about your team?
We met while working remotely in Brazil in 2015.
Mevish, from the UK, is a lawyer turned entrepreneur, worked with startups globally.
Contributor at EU-Startups, Founder at Sprinters which also happens to have a remote team!
Spent 2015 travelling & working remotely in 20 countries. Seven years+ remote work
Ioannis, from Greece, previously operated a finance and management consultancy for
SMEs, currently working with one of Europe’s Top Startup Accelerators, run by Beta-i.
Specialities: Operations, finance, consulting, startups. In total working remotely for over five
What are you long term plans for your product / company?
?We plan to evolve Terminal 3 to become an invaluable resource to startups and
corporations struggling to retain key employees.
What are your favourite tech gadgets?
?One that is going to solve some of the pain of Wi-fi, is the mobile wi-fi router
What tech gadgets do you wish you could use to help you?
Any that can have a strong receiver thats connects multiple users and provides a good
browsing and VoIP experience.
Anything else you’d like to add / we should have asked?
?Almost any desk job can become remote. Not enough people think it is possible to combine both travel and work. However Terminal 3 optimises the cohabitation of remote work in the perfect sense. 84% of British employers are open to the idea of remote work.
Remember its bad manners to keep an adventure waiting!
Limited spots available, apply now.
People should negotiate to get time off their offices and spend more on traveling! 84% of UK
Employers are open to the idea of remote work
How do people get in touch with you?
You can find us on our website: www.terminal3.co
By email at: [email protected]
Terminal 3 application page: https://terminal3.typeform.com/to/bqEzeV
Out twitter: https://twitter.com/terminal3dotco