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Entrepreneur & CultureIQ Name Zeeto a Top Company Culture in the U.S. for the 2nd Straight Year

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For the second straight year, Zeeto is proud to have been recognized by Entrepreneur and CultureIQ for having one of the Top Company Cultures in the United States. Out of thousands of applications, Zeeto was one of 153 companies awarded the special designation of Top Company Culture. Even more impressive is that Zeeto was joined by seven other San Diego based companies to make the 2017 national list (Classy, Seismic Software Inc., Hughes Marino Inc., CPC Strategy, HouseCall, ChicBlvd and Digital Telepathy).

In order to find the best office cultures in America, Entrepreneur teamed up with CultureIQ, which makes software that helps companies improve their culture. Together, they measured 10 areas that are predictive of high-performing cultures: collaboration, innovation, agility, communication, support, wellness, work environment, responsibility, performance and mission alignment.

Zeeto’s top tier culture is what propels the company forward and serves as the catalyst for such trailblazing ideas. The team of over 70 employees share a common attribute of pride in work product and are constantly challenged with cutting-edge projects allowing them to utilize 100% of their skills.

There are no surprises at Zeeto, unless you’ve just been “iced” (aka, been lured into chugging a Smirnoff Ice). The company treats all employees as if they are investors. Nothing is hidden and no one is kept in the dark – all company info. is shared with employees on a weekly basis from the CEO himself. Everything from company financials, strategy, goals, expectations, etc., are shared for better or worse.

Zeeto is constantly testing new methods to increase culture and engagement. “Not settling or getting too comfortable is important if you expect to keep growing,” said CEO, Stephan Goss. “Doesn’t matter if it’s in regards to culture or life in general. We will always strive to improve and build upon our successes – and acknowledge our failures.”

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