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2 days ago

Senior Merchandise Planner, Holiday – new

Minted San Francisco, CA

The Senior Merchandise Planner will partner with the CEO and Senior Director, Merchandising to optimize Minted’s holiday assortment by informing… Glassdoor


4 days ago

Senior Software Engineer (Frontend/Mobile)

Minted San Francisco, CA

Minted is looking for Senior Software Engineers with experience making exceptional mobile websites. We are seeking Front-End/Mobile engineers to help… Glassdoor


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    Minted combines a unique business model and fast-paced culture where you'll learn a lot.

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    I have been working at Minted full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    One of the best things about Minted is its business model. Crowdsourcing of designs not only elevates the best designs to the top, but also allows the company to easily expand out of stationery into additional verticals (art, for instance). It's a great place to combine creativity and analytics - the culture is data-driven but still very much with an eye for design.

    Culture-wise, Minted feels non-hierarchical - employees' opinions are heard regardless of their level. There aren't any silos or "territories" between departments, and there is a lot of collaboration.

    Cons

    As a hypergrowth startup, Minted is not a lifestyle company and you'll need to make some personal sacrifices. The upside is that everyone is in the same boat and there is a shared sense of camaraderie.

    With everyone moving at maximum speed, sometimes it can feel like not everyone is kept in the loop and people management/careerpathing can feel like it's taking a back seat. Like someone else mentioned, there is not a lot of positive reinforcement so people need to be self-motivated in order to succeed.

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    Take time to celebrate successes and focus more on people, while still keeping up the agility and fast pace. Minted is at the cusp of becoming a more mature company and what we do now will set the tone for a long time to come.

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