company culture | Street Fight - Part 2

Street Culture: Cuebiq’s Aggressive Growth Bolstered by Candid Culture

April Nowicki

Street Culture: Cuebiq’s Aggressive Growth Bolstered by Candid Culture

“We are a company that values transparency,” says the company’s CEO, Antonio Tomarchio. “Every month we present to all the people across the company everything that’s going on. I believe that not only it’s the right thing to do, but also that it’s always the best long-term strategy for success.”

Street Culture: How Some of the Most Successful Startup Leaders Motivate Their Teams

April Nowicki

Street Culture: How Some of the Most Successful Startup Leaders Motivate Their Teams

New tech startups might not have a formula to create culture, but many leaders consider culture an important component for success. Though every company is different, some trends emerge: leaders must be transparent, they must hire for fit, and they must give employees a way to feel that they partially own the company.

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

April Nowicki

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

“Startup culture doesn’t just mean a stocked kitchen with burritos in the freezer and tons of snacks in the kitchen, or jeans in the office,” says the company’s communications VP Dave Heinzinger. “It means everyone has the ability, from the CEO on down, to roll up their sleeves and really go to work on whatever needs to be done.”

Street Culture: Year-Old JumpCrew Builds for Scale, Eschews ‘Startup Culture’

April Nowicki

Street Culture: Year-Old JumpCrew Builds for Scale, Eschews ‘Startup Culture’

“There has to be a process around the strategy to support the goals of others,” says founder David Pachter. “The people driving innovation are the ones on the front lines, working with clients and products. That groundswell of direction and changes, they don’t happen if you don’t have open channels of communication.”

Street Culture: UberMedia’s Transparency and Deliberate Growth Helps them Win Halloween

April Nowicki

Street Culture: UberMedia’s Transparency and Deliberate Growth Helps them Win Halloween

“We do a lot of different things every day, but it’s not like, ‘check check check,’ everything’s done,” says the company’s CEO Gladys Kong. “It’s about not being afraid to try new things. Keep learning. Keep working at it. Have integrity and deliver excellence”

Street Culture: How RetailNext’s Growth Is Driven by Diversity

April Nowicki

Street Culture: How RetailNext’s Growth Is Driven by Diversity

As the company has grown, according to CEO Alexei Agratchev, it has experienced two “productivity peaks,” where fewer people are doing a huge amount of work. Then new hires are brought on, and the productivity stays about the same for a few months as the growth potential is realized. This can be a frustrating cycle to manage.