Sprout Social named a highest rated private cloud computing company to work for by Battery Ventures
Sprout Social is honored to be recognized as one of the 50 Highest Rated Private Cloud Computing Companies To Work For in a list released by Battery Ventures, a global investment firm and cloud investor, with data specifically provided by Glassdoor, one of the world’s largest job and recruiting sites. This is the third year Sprout has appeared on the list, which highlights privately held B2B companies where employees report the highest levels of satisfaction at work, according to employee feedback shared on Glassdoor.
“We put a lot of care into creating an inclusive and engaging workplace that our team can thrive in,” said Maureen Calabrese, Chief People Officer. “Recognition from Battery Ventures for a third year affirms the collective work and dedication of Team Sprout to scale our culture and innovate amidst rapid growth and expansion.”
Over the past year, Sprout has grown to a team of more than 500 employees and expanded its global footprint to include an office in Dublin. These changes have presented opportunities for Sprout to strengthen its culture across countries and time zones, resulting in an environment where everyone can feel comfortable bringing their full selves to work. As Sprout continues to evolve, we look forward to uncovering new ways to support our team’s professional and personal growth.
Thank you to every member of Team Sprout for their passion and commitment to this company and each other.
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