Nobody really thinks of Amazon Web Services as a startup any more. But it was just that not all that long ago in 2003 when retail giant Amazon.com readied its push into the cloud infrastructure market.
Back to the Roots is looking for a dynamic marketing manager to join our award-winning startup. As Marketing Manager, you will report to the VP of Marketing (founder of World of Good and former head of sustainable commerce at eBay) and will play a key role in executing the company’s marketing and PR strategy. You will work out of our awesome loft space in downtown Oakland and will receive profit sharing, full health benefits and the opportunity to learn and grow within a well-connected, passionate and rapidly growing startup.
COMMUNITY HAPPYNESS GURU & CUSTOMER SERVICE
Back to the Roots is looking for a PT Community Happynness Guru to be the front line of customer service - answering phones and responding to our community’s emails and social media inquiries. Most importantly – you’ll be spreading passion and love to all our customers!
Talent Collective picks up 2012 recruitment lead Modley Recruiter Paul Modley, who led the recruitment effort for the 2012 London Olympic Games, has joined Talent Collective, a management consultancy specialising in talent acquisition, as head of...
The Top Five Hiring Mistakes Every Startup Makes Forbes Hiring someone who doesn't understand the startup culture. This is a frequent type of bad apple. Startup environments tend to be frenzied and kinetic.
It’s a well-worn truism: Hiring is both one of the most important and difficult tasks any entrepreneur faces in building a business. The quality of people filling a company’s ranks ripples through every measure of performance – sales, product development and partner relations included. More importantly, it determines whether you actually enjoy heading into work every day. With each new recruit, business owners fine-tune the DNA of their firms, so it pays to get it right.
Remember your first loan?You were excited and apprehensive: Excited because now you had the cash to invest, apprehensive because you had just taken on a debt you would have to repay.But that was (RT @workitect: 5 Hiring Mistakes That Can Crush Your...
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