Remote work can happen from anywhere, which means some of the perks of office life get cast by the wayside in favor of flexibility. If you want to create a company culture that still incorporates the benefits and structure of everyone being together, you’ll need to update your approach.
“Be militant about the things you can control so that you can be frivolous elsewhere.” Sage advice from our Marketing Coordinator, Chris Johnson, and just one of the many great nuggets of advice he has about brand authenticity, and how people will always remember how you make them feel above all else.
It’s ironic that our Talent Growth Advocate, Victoria Stahr, moved to Nashville knowing she wanted to leave her live of running music events behind, but great for us that her superb operational skills have made our talent onboarding program the success it is today. Hear what she has to say about how to mae moves […]
There are a lot of facets to remote work that are either new to your team, need an update, or need to be put in place as your current team grows. And there is no shortage of remote management tools with teams who are ready to tell you why their product or app is the […]
In this episode, Faith sits down with our VP of Operations, Tyler Newkirk, to talk about how we’ve traditionally approached growth and promotion at Gun.io. It turns out our secret sauce is hiring talented people and giving them the space and tools to thrive, even if their background isn’t in tech.
We don’t have health inspectors knocking on the door during dinner rush, but there are plenty of other parallels between tech and restaurants, as our Marketing Coordinator, Chris Johnson, talks about on this latest episode.
Free t-shirts only get you so far. So how do you market to a group of people with discerning tastes highly-attuned BS meters? Authenticity and expertise are our two best tools, as Content Lead, Abbey Charles, talks about in this episode.
We wanted to call this episode “Just get it done,” because that’s what our UI/UX Engineer-turned-one-man-Army, Regis Camimura, has applied to most situations in life. In this episode, he talks about his development journey, life challenges, and how unacceptable it is to not know when the World Cup is happening.
Every brand goes through the evolution of its own identity, and Gun.io is no different. In this episode, the CEO and Co-founder of Gun.io, Teja Yenamandra, sits down to talk with Faith about Swiss timepieces, capsule wardrobes, and the various stages of our own personal branding throughout the years.
When our Account Executive, Ashley Yearby, isn’t busy leading world-class food tours or designing a dice game that takes the boredom out of your home bar, she’s making sure our clients are getting matched with the kind of talent that fits their every need. Hear how she balances all the most badass things at once […]
How many meetings do you have in a day? In a week? What if you could do more with less meetings? It sounds like a dream come true, but we promise you can make it happen in real life too.
A lot of things have changed at Gun.io since we first started, but no department more than sales. In this episode our Head of Strategic Accounts, Jessi Soler, and VP of Revenue, Ben Kettle, talk about what it has looked like to grow the sales department by 5 times its size.