Is there anything better than knowing that you work for a company that’s leaving its mark on a particular industry—and maybe even the world?
We don’t think so. And, that’s exactly why we’ve pulled together these 20 awesome companies that have already made major waves and don’t plan on slowing down anytime soon. In fact, they’re all poised for even more explosive growth.
Want to get in while the gettin’ is good? You’re in luck. Not only are these companies all on the up and up, but they’re also all hiring right now.
Accolade is boldly and relentlessly reinventing the healthcare industry by improving outcomes, costs, and experiences with compassionate people, clinical expertise, and intelligent technologies.
With a growing team of dedicated employees committed to serving the company’s clients, things are only going to get bigger and better. “I think the single most exciting thing for the future of this company is growth,” says Accolade’s Director of User Experience, “We’re working to provide this very significant product and service to a lot more people.”
Dia&Co is an online personal styling service for plus-sized women. Subscribers fill out a questionnaire that stylists use to create personalized fashion boxes to ship to members’ homes.
As a company that was founded by two fierce women who couldn’t believe that the fashion needs of 65% of women in the U.S. weren’t being met, it’s easy to see that there’s plenty of room for major growth for Dia & Co. And, motivated by a mission of body positivity and making curvy women feel good in their own skin, the company is more than ready to keep doing great things—especially after they jam out to their “Eye of the Tiger” pump up anthem.
Lithium is changing customer service with a platform that helps brands create social communities that connect passionate customers to each other.
Employees at Lithium pride themselves on the fact that they’re quite literally changing the way that people help each other. As far as what’s next? Well, team members know there’s plenty of room for Lithium to keep growing and making waves. “It’s a great time to be joining the company,” says Kirk Yokomizo, VP of HR Operations, “I think there’s a huge opportunity for the company to grow even bigger than we are today—much, much bigger.”
Beautycounter creates safer, high-performing products for the whole family—the organization believes that no one should ever compromise their health in the name of beauty.
If you want to work for a company that’s totally shaking up the beauty industry, you’ve found your home at Beautycounter. “The Beautycounter brand is a force for change,” says the company’s founder and CEO, “Through both education and our unique direct retail model, we’re more than a beauty brand. We’re a movement.”
Knot Standard is a custom-menswear company—allowing consumers to make their own creations over the web or in one of its seven global showrooms.
Some of the biggest and best companies get a start by identifying an underserved market—which is exactly how Knot Standard began. The company has been growing at a rapid pace, but still manages to maintain its beloved startup mentality. By celebrating successes and keeping everyone in the company inside the communication loop, employees are able to see the physical product their efforts produce—and stay motivated to keep pushing forward.
11. Fetch Robotics
Fetch Robotics is a venture-backed Silicon Valley startup—revolutionizing the way work is done with innovative industrial robotic solutions.
Is there anything more innovative than robots? Probably not, and Fetch Robotics employees are literally building the future one nut and bolt at a time—turning the high-functioning robots imagined in science fiction into reality. As if that cutting edge mission wasn’t enough, the company’s collaborative environment and laidback atmosphere ensure that employees are happy, fulfilled, and excited to come to work.
Nextiva outfits modern businesses with unified cloud communications through a simple approach to UCaaS that includes bringing companies a slew of communication tools and cloud applications.
Since getting started in 2008, Nextiva has been on a steady incline. Today, the more than 500-strong team is still just as excited about revolutionizing business communications. That mission seems to be working, since the company is regularly recognized for its fast growth. Despite that, Nextiva makes a concerted effort to preserve the startup mentality employees love—regardless of how big the company gets.
Bizzabo is an all-in-one event success platform that helps organizers from around the globe create successful events.
Boasting an empowering leadership style and a team of employees that feel more like friends than co-workers, Bizzabo is changing the name of the game and making it easier for people to plan and organize impactful events—a mission that enables both the company and the team to keep on growing.
The product development experts at Synapse work with clients all around the world to conceive and develop any idea an individual or company can come up with.
Innovation is at the core of everything Synapse does. In an industry that’s so cutting edge, the company recognizes the need to evolve as technology evolves and constantly challenge the status quo, which Synapse accomplishes through a hands-off leadership style and an environment that’s always open to new ideas. Put simply, employees believe that the possibilities—as well as Synapse’s future—are limitless.
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Kat is a Midwest-based freelance writer, covering topics related to careers, self-development, and the freelance life. In addition to writing for The Muse, she's also the Career Editor for The Everygirl, a columnist for Inc., and a contributor all over the web. When she manages to escape from behind her computer screen, she's usually babying her rescued terrier mutt or continuing her search for the perfect taco. Say hi on Twitter @kat_boogaard or check out her website.More from this Author