At This Company, Your Ideas Will Come to Life—Fast
You know those companies where, after you propose a brilliant new idea, you wait for three weeks—then another three weeks—and nothing happens? Well, SproutUp isn’t one of them. In fact, it’s quite the opposite.
At SproutUp, the online platform that’s helping emerging product creators transition from early-stage to successful brands, good proposals come to life—fast. “We discuss a new idea, and the next day we are implementing it,” says technology builder Peter Andersen.
Whether it’s helping emerging product creators improve their projects (think: the ones funded on Kickstarter, Indiegogo, and the like) or grow their user bases, SproutUp’s team members work to find innovative approaches—knowing that these approaches could be used by the company very soon.
“I value seeing my ideas and contributions thoughtfully considered and if accepted, quickly put into action,” shares Beth Watson, community builder. By involving everyone in this speedy implementation process, SproutUp inspires a great amount of employee ownership.
While independence is highly valued, SproutUp employees are by no means separated from their co-workers. “The SproutUp vibe is super collaborative, and we’re constantly throwing out ideas to see what sticks,” adds Watson. And because everybody’s a generalist at heart, they always have plenty to bring to the table.
Ideas and contributions may come from different people, but, in the end, the entire SproutUp team is working toward the shared mission of redefining commerce for emerging products.
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A board member of Columbia Organization of Rising Entrepreneurs, Kat is either hosting inspiring founders or trekking across cities (Silicon Valley and London, anyone?) to discover the hottest startups. And, when she’s not putting together large-group gatherings for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, Kat is planning food excursions to discover the best Taiwanese beef noodle soup in NYC. The only thing she loves almost as much as crafting content as an Editorial Intern at The Muse is studying content as an English Major at Columbia University. Say hi on Twitter @katxmoon.More from this Author