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"I was in this program [that] allowed me to travel to a bunch of different countries conducting research. I decided to study the informal economy and street food vendors. It kind of gave me this bug of entrepreneurship and building things from the ground up."
" It’s incredibly fast-paced. Every day I get to come into the office and work on a new project that can fundamentally change the direction the company is going in. You can only do that at a small organizer that’s as agile as we are. It allows you to learn a lot faster."
"My long-term goal is to eventually start something of my own. I’m really into entrepreneurship, but I wanted a foundation of how to do things correctly before I embark on my own."
"I have a beer fridge in my office that’s always stocked with great craft beer, and we have beer o’clock every Friday. Every Friday at 5 p.m., no matter what we’re doing, everybody just stops and we all open up a beer and have half an hour just hanging out. It’s kind of a lubricant that gets different ideas and conversations going."
"One of our interns for the last year and a half is from Suffolk. He’s studying in Spain right now, but we want him on the team."