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Sometimes you just have a good feeling about something.

We work hard, work together, and care deeply about building a meaningful business that we’re proud to be a part of.

We're a team of developers, scientists, designers, analysts, and doers building the future of marketing.

Big picture: We’re on a mission to remove the “mass” from marketing with software tools that focus on customers as individuals with unique needs and interests.

Our platform employs the state of the art in customer analytics methodologies and helps marketers deliver more relevant, meaningful, and effective communications.

We work with some of the world’s best brands including Tiffany & Co, J. Crew, Dermstore, and several other companies that we can’t share publicly so you’ll just have to take our word. :)

Our offices are located in the Flatiron district of Manhattan and we have a decent view of the Empire State Building from one of the windows in the back corner. We love our 'hood.

Origins

Custora began as an idea scribbled in the margins of a notepad at Wharton and blossomed as a Y Combinator participant in 2011.

After securing a seed round of financing, we grew steadily as revenues increased. In the Spring of 2015 we secured a Series A round led by Foundation Capital and Greycroft Partners to further accelerate our reach and finally get that new dart board.

Day to day

Each Monday, we eat as a team and catch up on projects, progress towards goals, and challenge our wits with Nick’s world famous "Printer Trivia."

We’re not a massive company, which means we often work across teams (to varying degrees) and experiment with (figure out) how to do things. It’s an amazing environment to both explore your professional interests and shape your career trajectory.

Like many growing businesses we move quickly. You build something, and the next day it comes to life. You see and feel an immediate impact with the collective efforts of the team.

Likewise, when it comes to community, everyone is encouraged to bend and shape it in new and better ways. Lison started photo club. Sara was appalled by our overall lack of exposure to “Love Actually,” so she scheduled a screening. Erin is on a mission to find the best cookie in NYC, but she (thankfully) needs everyone’s help. Dan felt a lull on Wednesdays so he invented WETIKI.

Benefits and Perks

  • Competitive compensation
  • Meaningful equity
  • Commute / MetroCard reimbursement
  • Health, dental, and vision coverage
  • Lunch provided daily. Snacks galore.
  • Unlimited paid vacation time and sick days
  • Unlimited water (hot and cold)
  • Happy hours, holiday parties, and team outings like The Great Custora Picnic and Dave's Mystery Field Trips

Hombres

49%

Mujeres

48%

Perros (woof)

3%

Hobbies

  • Futbol
  • Picture takin'
  • Writing
  • 3D Printing
  • Cooking
  • C'mon Andy!
  • Collecting Int'l Bills
  • Karting
  • Crosswording
  • Boardgaming
  • Birding
  • Guitar Playing
  • Hiking
  • Skiing
  • Running
  • Mathing
  • Baking
  • Biking
  • Bouldering
  • Falling
  • Eating Ice Cream
  • Drawing
  • Dancin'
  • Imitating Borat
  • Knitting
  • Learning Czech
  • Gardening
  • Bike Riding
  • Tennis
  • Swimming
  • Building Wood Stuff
  • Travel Hacking
  • Soccer
  • Writing Reviews
  • Visiting Williamsburg
  • Yoga
  • Meditating
  • Interior Design

We have a book of values (some we’ve invented and some we’ve stolen from great places we’ve worked like Amazon and IDEO) that helps guide how we communicate and collaborate.

It’s a continual work in progress, but it’s been incredibly important as our growth accelerates.

We’re building a company and a team we love. We’re in this for the long run.

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