This Company Embodies Openness (for Humans and Dogs Alike!)
When retailers are looking to quantify their impact, optimize their performance, and understand their consumers’ behaviors, they call the team at the cloud-based service Euclid Analytics to help them do better.
Euclid Analytics is doing big things to bring together the digital world and the real world. “I like that we give brands and retailers a truly accurate understanding of how their customers behave in the offline world,” explains Andrew Matthews, who works in client success. “It’s an exciting place to be—knowing that we are building something that can change how people think about marketing and advertising.”
But behind the work the team does is something even more powerful: their dedication to harnessing the power of data science, the promise of transparency, and the boldness of action.
To do this, the company is all about communication and collaboration. The office is a converted parking garage that embodies the theme of openness, and team members are encouraged to set up shop in work areas (like couches and bean bags) as opposed to cubicles. The team also eats top-notch snacks and fits in games of ping-pong while they work.
The best perk? Dogs are allowed in the workspace, and they agree that Euclid is an awesome place to hang out. “Being a Euclidean dog is the best. I have a ton of pup buddies, and catered lunch means I get to lick the floor and try all the foods that mom never makes at home—not to mention, the Mission neighborhood smells are raising my olfactory game. Either way you slice it, I’m not ruffin’ it here,” says Banjo Morrison, the office dog.
With a testimonial like that, how could you not apply today?
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