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IMD ACE Founders Series, with Ian Charles Stewart & Tony Jamous

19 January 2023 in Podcasts

Oyster CEO Tony Jamous talks remote work, with Ian Charles Stewart, Co-Founder WIReD Magazine and Executive in Residence at IMD...

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Oyster began with a question: How can we make global employment easier for companies and talented workers?

Building an all-star team shouldn’t be limited by borders. Now, the company is on a mission to make it easier than ever for growing companies to hire, pay, and take care of brilliant employees – wherever they are in the world.

Tony Jamous, the founder of Oyster, is a tech entrepreneur and angel investor. He is currently building the future of work through the distributed talent enablement platform that allows growing companies to tap into the global talent pool and offer their remote workers around the world a great employment experience.

Prior to Oyster, Tony co-founded and led Nexmo, a leader in CPAAS (Communication Platform As A Service) acquired by Vonage in 2016. Tony holds a Masters in Computer Science from Grenoble Institute of Technology in France and an MBA from IMD.

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