Martech startup is recognized as the #3 best small company for remote workers in inaugural global ranking by Quartz
Octane AI, the pioneer zero-party data marketing platform, was announced yesterday as one of the honorees on Quartz’s first-ever global ranking of the Best Companies for Remote Workers. The program honors 54 companies providing outstanding benefits and work culture for remote employees around the world and across various industries.
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“We are honored to have been selected by Quartz as a top 3 company for remote workers! When we created Octane AI in 2016 with the premise of being a fully remote company, we wanted to provide a different experience and flexibility for our employees, and this award just makes us proud of the strong culture we have built since then,” said Matt Schlicht, Octane AI CEO and Co-Founder. “We are excited to keep pushing the limits of what is possible when designing a company around not only growth, and sustainability, but in enabling the entire team to have no commute, spend more time with their family, and be happier and more fulfilled in their lives.”
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, work from home was uncommon and seen with skepticism by many employers. Octane AI was one of the early-adopters of remote working, investing in building a successful and prosperous remote environment since its founding in 2016. Today, remote and distributed workplaces have become a global movement, with seven in 10 white-collar employees working remotely according to a Gallup poll.
“The future of remote work hinges on how adaptive and innovative companies are willing to be,” said Quartz executive editor Heather Landy. “That’s why Quartz’s first-ever global list of the best companies for remote workers is so important. It showcases who is already leading the way—across every time zone. These are the companies that are making it easy for employees to work from anywhere, encouraging them to get away from work when they need to, and offering great perks and practices for remote workers so they can do it all.”
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