RemotelyMe

RemotelyMe is veteran-owned and a Pepperdine Most Fundable Companies Silver Award winner out of 3K+ startups. We transform workers into winners with our visual neuroscience and cognitive AI SaaS platforms that transcend outdated talent assessment and training solutions.

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Security Type
Common Stock
Min Investment
$99
Location
Chula Vista, CA
Offering Date
February 27, 2024
Expected Close Date
June 03, 2024
Target Raise
$10.00K-$1.20M
Security Price
$1
Valuation
$4,410,000
Website
remotelyme.com
Number of Employees
8
Cash
$20,257
Revenue
$302,684
Short Term Debt
$0
Cost of Goods
$114,516
Long Term Debt
$17,500
Net Income
$4,850

Company Description

RemotelyMe is a Pepperdine Most Fundable Company Silver Award Winner and a Starr Conspiracy (analyst) Top 25 Work Tech award winner.Our CEO was the co-founder of an Inc. 5000 consulting firm with blue chip clients, and wrote two books about the world’s #1 workplace problem: low trust. Our Chief Science Officer is a PhD neuroscientist, and also wrote a book on this topic. LinkedIn and Harvard University say almost 90% of failures are related to soft skills. Deloitte says high trust drives 400% more business performance, 88% more customer loyalty, and 79% more productivity. Unlike traditional and ineffective talent assessments and personality tests, we believe we have the only pre-employment talent evaluations that use visual neuroscience and cognitive AI to measure ten primary soft skills and core trust factors to help you get the perfect job that you’ll love almost as much as you love your dog. RemotelyMe donates a portion of our proceeds to veteran’s non-profits. 

Management Team / Advisory Board Bios

We are veteran-owned, and our passion is to help our fellow veterans and their families. Our Board Advisors include CxOs from Southwest Airlines, ADT, Royal Caribbean, Walmart, Udemy, EOS Worldwide, and many others. They frequently validate the need for a new approach to understand who they are really hiring, and how to retain them. One Advisor interviewed for a leading tech firm that required a personality test invented 50 years ago. She is neurodiverse and struggled with this confusing and stressful test. As such, she was not hired. Jim Clifton, CEO of Gallup, commissioned a study asking what's most important for every working adult. The answer? A good job. Our mission, passion, and purpose is to help our fellow veterans, their families, and all workers understand who they really are so they can find and keep a good job.


W. Craig Reed

Chief Executive Officer

Chief Executive Officer, former U.S. Navy Diver, New York Times bestselling author, Harvard Neuroscience certification, co-founder of an Inc. 5000 consulting and recruiting firm, co-founder of three software firms, Marketing MBA, numerous sales and marketing certifications and awards.




Dr. German Fresco

Chief Science Officer

Chief Science Officer, PhD neuroscientist and neurobiologist, successful business owner, Director of the Adaptive Neuroscience Foundation, certified nutritionist, published author.



Anthony Stewart

Chief Operating Officer

Chief Operating Officer, U.S. Navy submariner, Admin/HR Director for the U.S. Navy SEALs Training Command, HR and NLP certifications, co-founder and CEO of an award-winning veteran’s non-profit.




Steve Doolittle

Chief Revenue Officer

Chief Revenue Officer, former NFL linebacker (San Diego Chargers & Buffalo Bills), movie actor, co-founder of a successful marketing agency.



David Hall

Chief Technology Officer

Chief Technology Officer, former Medtronic engineer, published author, Lean Six Sigma Black Belt with a neuroscience pain certification, certified pain management practitioner.




Greg Warrick

Chief Sales Officer

Chief Sales Officer, former VP Sales for a Fortune 50 firm, top producing realtor, executive consultant.



Pam Wallinger

VP Educational Product Marketing

VP Educational Product Marketing, Masters in Educational Science, former award-winning teacher, published author.


Dr. Dania Freudenburg
VP Educational Curriculum Development
PhD in Educational Leadership and Administration, Principal at Thomas Jefferson High School, 12+ years in education and curriculum development. 
Amount Raised : $26,408
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