Mission: To spark moments of fun and fulfillment.
We were featured in Fortune Magazine http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQF9O
Tophatter's mission is to spark moments of fun and filfillment.
We're building the shopping destination for the mobile era—a live, entertaining discovery experience that gets better each time you use it.
Tophatter is funded by leading Silicon Valley venture capital firms, including Goodwater Capital, August Capital and CRV. We are based in San Francisco and Shanghai, China.
When it comes to culture, collaboration and high energy sit at the core of Tophatter's team’s spirit—everyone is ready to jump in and solve problems as they arise. The work environment is energizing, and the word “no” is rarely uttered. The reason for this all-hands-on-deck approach is that the entire team is truly passionate about the Tophatter product—and we're looking for people who share our excitement to help make a difference as part of the team.
Comprehensive medical, dental and vision coverage. We cover 100% of premiums.
We offer traditional 401(k) and Roth plans to help you save for retirement.
Subsidized gym membership for Equinox sportsclubs and annual in-office biometric screenings & flu shots.
We have an unlimited, open vacation policy. Take the time you need.
Delicious daily lunches and free snacks in the office.
We offer a monthly commuting subsidy to help you get to work.
I have been working at Tophatter full-time (Less than a year)
Great leadership + management
Freedom to tackle projects on your own
Amazing company culture
Support in career growth
Could be more competitive in employer matching for retirement
Advice to Management
Keep up the great work! I love the direction you're taking to make Tophatter a more successful business!
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Tophatter.
The initial step is a phone screen, which I skipped because of the recruiter I came through. The onsite was a practical, well-rounded, transparent process. I was told in advance that the interview would be in three parts - a bug squash, a small project, and a refactoring exercise. The interviewers were friendly and available to answer questions or provide minimal hints, but did not hover or jump in with impatient hints. The interview was challenging, but felt like a more fair assessment of how I would do on the job than white boarding algorithms.
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