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6 days ago

Director, Business Development - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportunity

Foursquare San Francisco, CA

Foursquare is seeking a proven business development leader to help expand our existing relationships and build new ones with a clear focus on the Bay… VelvetJobs.com

30+ days ago

Software Engineer (Foursquare Labs, Inc., San Francisco, CA) - Entertainment and Media Industry Opportunity

Foursquare San Francisco, CA

Master's degree or foreign equivalent in Computer Science or a closely-related field, plus 3 years of experience in software engineering positions… VelvetJobs.com

4 days ago

Director, Business Development

foursquare San Francisco, CA

In the past year, you may have read about how Foursquare unbundled its apps, launched Swarm and released the new Foursquare that learns what you like… foursquare

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Dennis Crowley
2 Ratings
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    rare combination of strong technical team and strong social environment

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    Current Employee - Software Engineer in San Francisco, CA
    Current Employee - Software Engineer in San Francisco, CA


    + Very talented team, engineers and non-engineers alike. + Fast-moving: deploys 4x a week, frequent releases of new features, emphasis on launching. + Really interesting data. + Great social environment: employees genuinely like one another, socialize frequently. + Regular travel to NY office. + Lots of goodwill from users. + Big monetization opportunity. + Good chance of being the next major, independent consumer tech company (after Google, FB, Twitter).


    + Perks are decent but not as good as at other tech companies. + LBS space still being invented, so no succinct mission statement yet. Also means that user growth has to be hard-earned through constant improvement. Can't just sit back and count signups. On the plus side- users we work hard to earn are users we're more likely to keep. + Not as trendy as other startups. The backlash and snark have already begun.

    Advice to Management

    + Keep the high hiring bar on both ICs and management, don't succumb to the temptation to grow quickly at the expense of quality. +Keep articulating the vision, internally and externally, as value proposition of LBS space is not always clear outside the tech industry early-adopter crowd.

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