Earning a place on Wealthfront’s list of the best places to launch your career — for the second year in a row — feels amazing, and we’re grateful for the recognition!
Reputation.com was included on Wealthfront’s annual list because we have a positive, energetic culture, rock-solid leadership team, and market-leading product.
In fact, we invented Online Reputation Management, and as the market grows so does the opportunity to join our team and make an impact.
But don’t take our word for it.
We asked four Reputation.com employees to tell us a little bit about why they think Reputation.com is the place to accelerate their professional growth.
What’s the office culture like?
Mike Wamungu, Marketing Specialist
“You know that people work hard, but the culture is more relaxed. This isn’t necessarily a suit and tie, head down and work until 10 pm environment. People respect each other’s capabilities and lives outside of work, too. I don’t feel like I’m just a cog in the machine here.”
What keeps you excited about coming to work every day?
Brian McKay, Operations and Provisioning Specialist
“There’s always a new challenge to take on. Each client takes a unique approach to managing their online reputation, and meeting their needs requires adaptation and improvisation.”
What do you like best about Reputation.com?
Tony Tang, Technical Solutions Manager
“When decisions are made to improve our product, it’s a very inclusive process. They don’t just limit it to top-end execs but make sure to include everyone’s voices. It’s nice to know that the employees of the company get to help drive where our reputation management platform goes.”
How have you grown since joining Reputation.com?
Cassandra Albert, Executive Assistant
“I started off as a receptionist at Reputation.com, but I worked hard and learned a lot from my team. After a year with the company, I became the executive assistant to the CEO. Now I’m learning about the business itself, and I get to see the ins and outs of how a company is run!”
To qualify for Wealthfront’s Career-Launching List, a company must have revenues between $20 million and $300 million and be on a trajectory to grow at a rate in excess of 50 percent over the next four years.
Additionally, the company must have compelling unit economics. Wealthfront interviewed partners at Accel Partners, Andreessen Horowitz, Benchmark, DAG Ventures, Greylock Partners, Index Ventures, Lightspeed, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Matrix Partners, Redpoint Ventures, Ribbit Capital, Sequoia Capital, the Social Capital and Spark Capital.