Culture

    • Culture Spotlight: Meet Our Women’s Advocacy Group, Movable Pink

      “In tech companies, people often think of culture solely in terms of the “vibe” or employee perks. But culture is about more than table tennis tournaments and free lunch Fridays. Along with smart business decisions and innovation, culture plays a big role in a company’s success.” -Vivek Sharma, CEO, Movable Ink We’re big on culture here at Movable Ink.

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  • Street Culture: A Look at the Spinoff Culture at Conichiwa

    … A spinoff company from a larger mothership might already have culture built in. At Conichiwa, a Berlin-based proximity agency and beacon company, that’s not quite what is happening. With seven employees, Conichiwa is tasked with finding location-based solutions for aviation, banking, retail, and healthcare industries – breaking away from…

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  • Street Culture: Metrics for a Global Community

    … intentional as it was just a gut feeling; that this is the way I want to treat people.” More than a decade later, Balihoo’s culture is still quite solid – there’s emphasis on transparency and communication, employee fitness is a big deal, people can bring their well-behaved dogs to the office. It’s about 37 people just doing their jobs and trying…

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  • Street Culture: Taking Estimote’s ‘No Barriers’ Culture Literally

    …, at its base. Krzych heard about this definition of culture from Andrew Mason, founder of Groupon and co-founder of hyperlocal audio app company Detour, at the seed accelerator Y Combinator in 2013. “Basically, he said that within your startup lifetime, you as a founder and as a team member, you will have a lot of temptations,” Krzych says. “And these…

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  • Movable Ink + New York Cares: Giving Back to Our Schools and Public Spaces

    … At Movable Ink, we <3 New York. Even though we have Inkers based around the country and even around the world, our NYC headquarters is very much our home base. And any time we have the opportunity to give back to our community, we jump at the chance. We regularly participate in charitable events, and one of our favorite organizations…

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  • Is Humanity Obsolete?

    … of the book, he failed to push me from my easy chair. It was comforting to nod along as Harari argued that the devices — the computers, the platforms and the networks — are nothing more than the transit layer in humanity’s inevitable evolution to a more god-like species. And cognizant of the inescapable baggage of the “digital technologies” tag, Harari has…

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  • Movable Ink CEO Vivek Sharma Wins Owler’s Top-Rated CEO Award

    … At Movable Ink, we’re dedicated to creating amazing experiences for our clients and team alike. When we’re recognized for our hard work, we feel humbled and inspired to do even better. Whether it’s our innovative clients being a part of the Quarterly Marketing Awards, being named one of the fastest growing companies in New York by Crain’s…

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  • Street Culture: Balancing Structure and Exploration in Company Culture

    … a company is that you have to think through how to create a team as you become more successful,” says Sarah Bird, of SEO software company Moz. The culture needs to invite innovation, she says – but it’s still crucially important, especially as a company grows, to maintain a kind of structure that holds the company together. Company leaders must…

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  • Bring Your Child to Work Day at Movable Ink

    … At Movable Ink, we’re pretty passionate about creating amazing experiences. That’s why we were so excited for Bring Your Child to Work Day. Each team at the company had the opportunity to present on their area of expertise – sales, design, engineering, and marketing for example – and the kids discovered what their parents do all day. During…

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  • New Podcast Episode! Transparency in the Workplace

    … Is your workplace transparent? Should it be? Does it matter? On our most recent Outperform podcast, AP’s Director of Talent and Culture, Emily Tetto, talks transparency in the workplace. She not only shares what it means for a workplace to be transparent, she also sheds light on we do at AP to foster a transparent culture and the tools we use to make it easy for our remote work environment. Go here to listen! The post New Podcast Episode! Transparency in the Workplace appeared first on Acceleration Partners. …

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  • Street Culture: A Changing Culture of Inclusion and Conversation at Dispatch

    … be a challenge, and they’re directly related to the company’s growth. “Startup employees are natural entrepreneurs,” he says. “They’re natural go-getters. They don’t hold back and they do what’s necessary to get the job done. The challenge you run into as you grow is that every conversation expands from two to five people, and then to 10 people and to 20…

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  • How to build a high-performance marketing team

    … are at the core of every decision we make. These values are embedded into everything we do. They are integral to our hiring decisions, reviewed during onboarding, called out in our weekly team shoutouts, and used to decide on client fit. Often, companies will grow to a certain number of employees, realize that their company culture is waning…

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  • Street Culture: Sitter.me Puts Company Culture of Trust and Respect First

    … Barely a month after kicking off in the TechStars startup accelerator program in Boulder, Colorado, Sitter.me co-founder and CEO Kristen Stiles is adamant that her company’s culture will not change – not now, with three and a half employees, and not years from now, with potentially hundreds. “When I sat down, before [co-founder] Matt came…

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  • Street Culture: inMarket Retains a ‘Startup Mentality’ as It Scales Up

    … keyboards would last. It was a pretty amazing time to be in the industry. Now, if you look at where we are now with proximity marketing, it’s no longer in companies’ innovative budgets. It’s a core part of mobile and digital advertising programs.” April Nowicki is a Street Fight contributor. …

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