Working with off shore developers to help grow your business

We all get those emails and phone calls. We'll at least I do, just about every single day of the week.

"Hello sir, We are an offshore company looking for a partnership with you. I noticed on your website that you provide WordPress service. We have over 30 WordPress specialists in our team that can help grow and support your business. Would you be interested?"

Every single day, without missing a beat.

This presentation is about how you can actually make that work for you. I've been travelling back and forth between Australia and South East Asia for the last two years on what people seem to thing is a really long vacation (Look at my Instagram feed), but in reality, I've been working with my off shore development team, training them up, getting to know them better, understanding how they best work so that we all can get the best outcome possible in regards to leveraging the skills of developers from South East Asia.

This presentation will go through how to find a developer, how to set up processes to get them working, how to transition yourself from being a solo business person to having a great team around you helping you grow your business.

Format: Speaking Session
Speaker: Peter Bui
Bio: Peter Bui has been building websites since early 2000 and has never looked back. Working closely with other partners, he and his team at PB Web Development have created and supported a ridiculous number of websites over the last decade. Experienced in Joomla, WordPress, Grav and Laravel Peter and his team have a broad depth of knowledge, being able to provide the best solution possible for different clients. Peter previously use to be a WordPress Meetup organiser in Sydney, and WordCamp organiser. Also a podcast presenter and previous Community Leadership Team member for the Joomla project. He isn't afraid to say the word Joomla at a WordCamp.
Business: PB Web Development
Website: https://pbwebdev.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/astroboysoup
Facebook: https://fb.com/pbwebdev