New York, NY (PRWEB) November 24, 2014
PhotoShelter, the worldwide leader in image asset management and marketing solutions for photographers and businesses, announced today it has been named one of the 30 Best Places to Work in New York City Tech by Internet Week. PhotoShelter was also awarded a special recognition within this prestigious group with the designation of having the Happiest Employees in NYC Tech.
The Best Places to Work in NYC Tech represents the most sought after places to work in the region. PhotoShelter was selected based on criteria including hiring practices, benefits packages, salaries, office perks, workplace environment and design, and diversity policies, as well as surveys completed by over 2,000 employees at the finalist companies.
“We have a dynamic and fun company culture – but we also focus on empowering a team of people to step up and take on challenges together,” said Andrew Fingerman, CEO of PhotoShelter. “We’re especially honored to receive this recognition as we close out 2014, after our small 40-person team released three brand new products into the photo tech space this year. This extraordinary productivity would not have been possible without a culture and environment that takes care of our people and stimulates them to do great things.”
PhotoShelter employees across the team share a spirit of togetherness that goes well beyond it’s BBQs, bowling and t’ai chi. In fact, the company even comes together for monthly “Photos and Beer” events with beer brewed by employees in-house. PhotoShelter management loves to support unique opportunities like this, to bring the team closer. With these “Photos and Beer” gatherings, engineers, marketers, customer support, and even clients come together and interact over their passion (photography), and sure enough, the company finds it a productive way to get people discussing what we do best and how to do it better.
The nine-year old company attracts employees who want a challenge and a start-up feel. Privately-held and profitable, PhotoShelter is based in the heart of Union Square, NY. In addition to offering competitive salaries, stock options, a 401K with company match, commuter benefits and comprehensive health insurance, PhotoShelter offers employees direct exposure to some of the most amazingly talented professional photographers in the world.
“New York City has become one of the worlds top tech cities, where companies are investing in both smart ideas and great workplaces to draw outstanding talent and foster extraordinary performance,” said Allison Arden, Managing Director of Internet Week. “Internet Week’s Best Places to Work in NY Tech list recognizes the companies setting the standard for creating cultures that allow successful companies and outstanding talent to thrive in one of the most dynamic and exciting tech communities in the world.
The 30 Best Places to Work in New York City Tech was presented on November 20th at the Best Places to Work in New York City Tech Luncheon on November 20th in the Great Room at The W Hotel in Union Square in partnership with CBRE Group, Inc., the worlds largest commercial real estate services and investment firm. Submissions were evaluated by Internet Week research partner Buck Consultants LLC. To be eligible for the competition, companies were required to have a minimum of 20 employees working full-time in a New York office.
PhotoShelter offers the most professional, reliable and innovative online tools to build and grow a successful photography business. Over 80,000 photographers use PhotoShelters websites, social and SEO tools to attract new clients; online image archives to stay organized; and image delivery and e-commerce tools to sell their work. To grow your business, manage it more efficiently, or find new ways to market yourself and delight your clients, try PhotoShelter free for 14 days when you visit http://www.photoshelter.com.
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