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7 English questions out of 7

February 5, 2020

What are perks and other benefits like at Royalty Exchange?

Pros

- Great people - Level-headed management - Work/life balance (it's REAL here!) - Unique market position - Making a positive impact on the world - Lots of ideation and creativity - Passion for healthy conflict (but no jerks) - Crazy cool customers and industry - Location (walking distance from Union Station in downtown Denver) I have worked with many different startup cultures in my career and this one is top notch. The people are awesome, the impact we have is real, and the market we serve is a blast! There's tons of room for personal growth and long-term career opportunity, and the innovation mindset throughout the company pushes us into new and unique opportunities all the time.

Cons

- Lack of focus - Average benefits - Internal communication challenges We have loads of ideas and are truly surrounded by opportunity in our space. With that comes focus challenges internally, at times feeling like we're running in different directions at the same time. Benefits aren't bad, but they're not extraordinary. And it's hard to know what each team is working on strategically, even though it isn't a huge office/team.

Advice to Management

Improve how initiatives are communicated (frequency and channel) across the company and hold to the key ones (giving priority to the most important aims and deprioritizing projects with less impact.

Benefits aren't bad, but they're not extraordinary.

February 5, 2020

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February 5, 2020

How are career development opportunities at Royalty Exchange?

Pros

- Great people - Level-headed management - Work/life balance (it's REAL here!) - Unique market position - Making a positive impact on the world - Lots of ideation and creativity - Passion for healthy conflict (but no jerks) - Crazy cool customers and industry - Location (walking distance from Union Station in downtown Denver) I have worked with many different startup cultures in my career and this one is top notch. The people are awesome, the impact we have is real, and the market we serve is a blast! There's tons of room for personal growth and long-term career opportunity, and the innovation mindset throughout the company pushes us into new and unique opportunities all the time.

Cons

- Lack of focus - Average benefits - Internal communication challenges We have loads of ideas and are truly surrounded by opportunity in our space. With that comes focus challenges internally, at times feeling like we're running in different directions at the same time. Benefits aren't bad, but they're not extraordinary. And it's hard to know what each team is working on strategically, even though it isn't a huge office/team.

Advice to Management

Improve how initiatives are communicated (frequency and channel) across the company and hold to the key ones (giving priority to the most important aims and deprioritizing projects with less impact.

term career opportunity, and the innovation mindset throughout the company pushes us into new and unique opportunities all the time.

February 5, 2020

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February 5, 2020

How is management perceived at Royalty Exchange?

Pros

- Great people - Level-headed management - Work/life balance (it's REAL here!) - Unique market position - Making a positive impact on the world - Lots of ideation and creativity - Passion for healthy conflict (but no jerks) - Crazy cool customers and industry - Location (walking distance from Union Station in downtown Denver) I have worked with many different startup cultures in my career and this one is top notch. The people are awesome, the impact we have is real, and the market we serve is a blast! There's tons of room for personal growth and long-term career opportunity, and the innovation mindset throughout the company pushes us into new and unique opportunities all the time.

Cons

- Lack of focus - Average benefits - Internal communication challenges We have loads of ideas and are truly surrounded by opportunity in our space. With that comes focus challenges internally, at times feeling like we're running in different directions at the same time. Benefits aren't bad, but they're not extraordinary. And it's hard to know what each team is working on strategically, even though it isn't a huge office/team.

Advice to Management

Improve how initiatives are communicated (frequency and channel) across the company and hold to the key ones (giving priority to the most important aims and deprioritizing projects with less impact.

headed management

February 5, 2020

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February 5, 2020

What is the company culture at Royalty Exchange?

Pros

- Great people - Level-headed management - Work/life balance (it's REAL here!) - Unique market position - Making a positive impact on the world - Lots of ideation and creativity - Passion for healthy conflict (but no jerks) - Crazy cool customers and industry - Location (walking distance from Union Station in downtown Denver) I have worked with many different startup cultures in my career and this one is top notch. The people are awesome, the impact we have is real, and the market we serve is a blast! There's tons of room for personal growth and long-term career opportunity, and the innovation mindset throughout the company pushes us into new and unique opportunities all the time.

Cons

- Lack of focus - Average benefits - Internal communication challenges We have loads of ideas and are truly surrounded by opportunity in our space. With that comes focus challenges internally, at times feeling like we're running in different directions at the same time. Benefits aren't bad, but they're not extraordinary. And it's hard to know what each team is working on strategically, even though it isn't a huge office/team.

Advice to Management

Improve how initiatives are communicated (frequency and channel) across the company and hold to the key ones (giving priority to the most important aims and deprioritizing projects with less impact.

Internal communication challenges

February 5, 2020

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February 5, 2020

What are co-workers like at Royalty Exchange?

Pros

- Great people - Level-headed management - Work/life balance (it's REAL here!) - Unique market position - Making a positive impact on the world - Lots of ideation and creativity - Passion for healthy conflict (but no jerks) - Crazy cool customers and industry - Location (walking distance from Union Station in downtown Denver) I have worked with many different startup cultures in my career and this one is top notch. The people are awesome, the impact we have is real, and the market we serve is a blast! There's tons of room for personal growth and long-term career opportunity, and the innovation mindset throughout the company pushes us into new and unique opportunities all the time.

Cons

- Lack of focus - Average benefits - Internal communication challenges We have loads of ideas and are truly surrounded by opportunity in our space. With that comes focus challenges internally, at times feeling like we're running in different directions at the same time. Benefits aren't bad, but they're not extraordinary. And it's hard to know what each team is working on strategically, even though it isn't a huge office/team.

Advice to Management

Improve how initiatives are communicated (frequency and channel) across the company and hold to the key ones (giving priority to the most important aims and deprioritizing projects with less impact.

The people are awesome, the impact we have is real, and the market we serve is a blast!

February 5, 2020

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