The LavaCon Content Strategy Conference | 27–30 October 2024 | Portland, OR
Mikayla Stewart

As the Vice President of Operations at Bit3, Mikayla leads with a focus on product development and operational strategy, underpinned by a rich history in technology and business leadership. Her career path has taken her through pivotal roles at Atono Development, alongside key positions as Product Manager and Delivery Manager. Mikayla’s expertise in AWS Architecture and compliance standards is complemented by experience in various fractional leadership roles, including CPO, COO, and CTO. Beyond my corporate responsibilities, She is dedicated to sharing her insights and experiences, contributing as a speaker at industry conferences and as a writer for Start with Entrepreneurship!

Content Crafting in the Cloud: Elevating Startups in the Remote Realm

Dive into the dynamic world of remote work with “Content Crafting in the Cloud,” a session designed for consultants keen on elevating startup content strategies from anywhere in the world. This talk focuses on the fine art of managing and scaling content in a remote environment, offering practical strategies and tools to enhance collaboration and creativity across distances. Participants will explore how to effectively consult with startup teams, ensuring their content not only resonates with their audience but also adapts to the fast-paced, digital-first world. Engaging, informative, and filled with real-world insights, this session is your guide to mastering the nuances of remote content strategy, ensuring your startup clients thrive and make a lasting impact in the digital sphere.


In this session, attendees will learn:

  • Strategic Frameworks: Attendees will receive frameworks for developing and implementing content strategies tailored to startups in a remote setting. These frameworks will include methods for audience analysis, content planning, and execution.
  • Best Practices Guide: A compilation of best practices for remote collaboration, communication, and content management, specifically geared towards the needs and challenges of startups.
  • Case Studies: A collection of real-world case studies demonstrating successful content strategies in remote environments. These will offer insights into practical applications of the discussed concepts.
  • Toolkits for Virtual Collaboration: A curated list of digital tools and software recommendations for content creation, project management, and team communication, essential for remote work.
  • Follow-up Resource List: A comprehensive resource list including articles, books, podcasts, and online courses for further learning and deepening of knowledge in remote content strategy.
  • Q&A Summary: A collated document of key questions raised during the session with detailed answers, providing an additional learning resource for attendees. This will be a follow up for session attendees in the week after the conference.
  • Session Recording and Slides: Access to the session’s recording and slide deck for future reference and continued learning.