Mission: Our mission is simple: to get the whole world moving. We’ve created mobile fitness solutions like the Runkeeper™ and ASICS Studio™ apps, global e-commerce platforms, and other digital services that inspire people to get fit and stay healthy.
Andy Keitch provides an excellent overview of some the cool sneakers we have and how they get made. Who knew we had such cool products, right?
Want to know the best ways of scoring an interview with ASICS Digital? Our Sr Recruiter Joe Noordzij provides insights on how to make your next application successful. Click the link below.
Having the flexibility to balance work and life are important to our success as individuals and as a team, which is why we offer an unlimited time off policy, weekly catered lunches and plenty of parental leave time.
We have a growth-based career culture. We encourage you to drive your own career during your time at ASICS Digital. If your interests are sparked, go for it and forge your own path.
As a fitness company should, we offer highly subsidized health care options to ensure you’re covered, and we have commuter reimbursements (don’t worry, most of us don’t run to work).
We encourage you to move in whichever way motivates you. Feel free to work out at our onsite gym, plus we have annual fitness reimbursements. If beers and snacks do it for you—we’ve got that, too.
If you invest in your retirement, we will too, matching dollar for dollar up to 6% of eligible deferrals with no vesting.
We’re always coming up with new ways to give back to the community through a variety of volunteer opportunities including partnerships with Hack.Diversity, Tech Gives Back and more.
I have been working at ASICS Digital (formerly Runkeeper) as an intern (Less than a year)
product discounts, unlimited PTO, and work/life balance, and dress code.
Not much funding for higher education.
I applied online. The process took 6 weeks. I interviewed at ASICS Digital (formerly Runkeeper) (Boston, MA) in October 2016.
I had a really great first round phone interview that lasted about 30 minutes. The questions were slightly technical but easy. What happened afterwards was a complete mess. I loved this company -- I truly did -- however, 2 of our upcoming second round interviews were cancelled consecutively by the team to be rescheduled. That took about 5 weeks -- to get a second call -- from initially positive feedback. The call with them seemed "predetermined" so that he would not be blamed for the 5 week slack.
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