Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) August 18, 2014
BigDoor, a global leader in loyalty, has been awarded the Gold Medal in the Puget Sound Business Journal’s 2014 “Washington’s Best Places to Work” competition for small companies.
Vying for medals with 24 other small businesses, BigDoor was cited for its active support of the Seattle start-up community as a mentor for the TechStars and Code Fellows programs.
BigDoor was launched in 2009 and is backed by Foundry Group and Founder’s Co-op.
Over the past five years, the software company’s 30 employees and cutting-edge product portfolio have helped a wide variety of global brands increase loyalty with 21 million customers. And, during the first half of 2014, BigDoor’s revenues grew by 40 percent.
“We’re deeply honored to be selected as the best small business to work for in Seattle,” says Keith Smith, Co-Founder and CEO of BigDoor. “And, aside from having some of the most wonderful team members in technology, I think one of the reasons that we were chosen has to do with reciprocal loyalty, a rich and meaningful concept that resonates with brands and their consumers as well as with growth companies and their employees. I’ve been greatly influenced in this area by our team and by our clients, like Starbucks, who has reciprocal loyalty to a commercial art.”
For more information about the Puget Sound Business Journal’s 2014 “Washington’s Best Places to Work” competition—which surveyed 31,000 employees at more than 250 nominated companies about topics such as job satisfaction, senior leadership, communication and training and benefits—please see these articles:
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