That’s why there are many ads on Facebook and on billboards for dating apps and websites.And that’s also why dating is a capital-intensive industry.Company headquarters is joined to a Cross Fit box, and employees have a plank challenge every day at 3 p.m.
The company focuses on five values: a passion for place, curiosity, shared talent, the pursuit of happiness, and the ability to keep promises.
The company’s health and wellness benefits cover fitness classes for its 50-plus employees, and a profit-sharing model awards staffers part of the company’s earnings. Uproar PR (Orlando, Florida) The public relations firm has about 50 employees spread among four international office buildings with a few things employees find essential to their office culture.
The more you scroll, the further back in time you go.
And when someone catches your attention, you can like him or her.
As a reminder, Happn uses your phone’s location to show you potential matches.
Every time you cross someone’s path, this person’s profile will be added to the top of your feed.The agency partnered with the University of Wisconsin’s oncology department to develop the name, logo, fliers, and pamphlets for a bike benefit designed to fund cancer research.Employees also get bagels every Wednesday, “Beer Thirty” on Thursdays, and Summer Fridays, a program that lets employees leave at noon. Team Snap (Boulder, Colorado) Seventy-five percent of the 60-plus-person staff at this tech startup work remotely, and in the past year, management has invested in office equipment for them.Employees do this all in an open-office layout with big windows that face the Flatirons. Ready Talk (Denver, Colorado) This communication company has pioneered an audio, video, and web conferencing system that allows businesses to telecommute seamlessly.The company office is between the University of Colorado, the South Platte River, and Coors Field, which means there are plenty of activities and good restaurants nearby.French dating app Happn just raised a million Series B round from Idinvest with participation from Alven Capital, DN Capital, Raine Ventures and business angels, such as Fabrice Grinda, David Wolfson and Gil Penchina.