Jobs

Most of the fastest-growing start-ups that I work with (as strategic advisor, early-stage investor) are hiring.

Several in the below alphabetical list are now worth well over $1B+. Which will be next…and will you be on the team?

Take a look! 2-4 are international. The rest are headquartered in the US, mostly in awesome cities like San Francisco, New York City, Seattle, and Los Angeles.

Alibaba – The world leader in global eCommerce.
Artillery – High-quality console gaming in the browser.
Automattic – Creators of WordPress.com and more. Powering 15%+ of the web.
Central Kitchen – An award-winning pioneer in local, sustainable California cuisine.
CLEAR – Identity cards for skipping airport security lines and more.
creativeLIVE – High-definition, free online classes with thought leaders.
CrowdFlower – Crowdsourcing with state-of-the-art workflow and analytics.
Donorschoose.org – Changing public school education, one classroom at a time.
Duolingo – Free, ultra-advanced language learning tools.
Evernote – The all-in-one tool for remembering everything.
Facebook – [You might know this one.]
InsideHook – Free daily email that inspires driven men, giving them little-known tools, destinations, and more. Both nationwide and city-specific.
Lift – Change or learn any new behavior. Incubated by Obvious Corp. (Twitter co-founders).
Quarterly Co. – Choose an “Influencer” and receive a quarterly shipment of physical goods they love. Contributors include Pharrell, me, etc.
Rally – Easy online fundraising for individuals and organizations.
Refinery29 – The largest independent fashion and style website in the United States.
Reputation.com – Services that protect online reputations.
RescueTime – Track how you spend your time, be more productive (or simply block Facebook, etc. for blocks of time)
Shopify – Create your own online store in minutes.
Shyp – The easiest way to ship your stuff anywhere, whether around the corner or around the world.
StumbleUpon – Discover the best of the web with one click.
TaskRabbit – Find a background-checked person nearby to do any task or odd job.
Twitter – Social networking and micro-blogging.
Uber – Everyone’s private driver (on-demand transportation).
Wanelo – An online community for all of the world’s shopping.

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