Dallas Business Journal Recognizes Cariloop as 2020 Best Place to Work
CEO Michael Walsh outlined Cariloop’s approach to growth, which includes doubling its internal team and quadrupling the number of caregivers and families with access to its platform.
Cariloop Secures $6 Million Series A Round to Support More Families Needing Guidance as They Care for Loved Ones
Cariloop is excited to share that for the 3rd year in a row, we have been recognized by Entrepreneur Magazine and Pacific Life as one of the most innovative private companies in America (#144)! Thank you Entrepreneur Magazine and Pacific Life for this great honor.
Exciting news! We are proud to announce our new partnership with Benefitfocus, an exclusive platform of industry-leading health, wealth, and lifestyle benefits! We look forward to working together to help relieve the stress and anxiety felt by working caregivers and their families!
We are thrilled and honored to announce that Cariloop has been named one of the 2019 Best Places to Work by Dallas Business Journal! This couldn’t have happened without the service, empathy, innovation, and integrity the entire Cariloop Team brings to work everyday. Huge congratulations to the entire team on this incredible honor and recognition!
Cariloop’s Chief Empathy Officer, Jason Osburn, was recently featured on The XD Podcast and brilliantly spoke on seeking to understand before being understood, the true meaning of empathy, and how it’s essential to be empathetic while designing product, experiences and company culture!
EBN named Cariloop CEO and Co-Founder, Michael Walsh, as one of the 2019 Top 20 Digital Innovators. Huge congratulations to Walsh on this incredible honor and recognition!
Thomson Reuters discusses how caregiver benefits like Cariloop help companies nationwide not only save time and money, but boost employee productivity and well-being.
Employee Benefits News: Tech companies edge into crowded caregiving space. "Platforms like Cariloop are intended to help the ballooning number of employee caregivers in the nation, and work with employers to help these workers ease some of their stress by helping them manage care."