“Toast Capital is a restaurant-first funding partner committed to the success of the Restaurant Community. We understand the unique challenges restaurant owners face when it comes to running a business and securing a loan. That’s why a Toast Capital Loan provides access to transparent financing with one flat fee, empowering restaurant owners to do what they love and thrive.” - Tim Barash, Chief Business Officer
"It's easy to become siloed as you grow, but what helps companies scale well is staying connected to everyone and what they're doing"
"Boston's frigid winters can't stop its piping-hot entrepreneurial scene, thanks to an endless supply of top-shelf talent from area colleges. Here's the tea on Inc.'s No. 15 Surge City."
Values don't mean anything unless you actually live them. At Toast, our values are not just pasted on the wall for decorative purposes. They are a framework for how we treat one another in the workplace.
Didn't get a chance to attend the Grace Hopper Conference? Don't worry! One of our Senior Software Engineers, Kit Thompson, attended and compiled a list of recommended reads from various speakers. Click the link below to see the full list!
What's our secret ingredient in our recipe for success? Our community. Thank you to everyone who voted to help us win the Best Tech Work Culture award at the Timmy’s last week. We couldn't have done it without you! The Timmy Awards recognize companies and individuals that strive to create the best places for technology professionals to work in the Greater Boston Area. #wearetoasters
How do we celebrate the launch of a new employee referral program at Toast? The only way we know how- with celebratory sweet treats at all our office locations. #wearetoasters
We are in the middle of our breaducated tour, and we can't wait to meet you! Check out our schedule below for a full list of stops. #wearetoasters #getbreaducated
Do you love podcasts about people and ideas that are changing the beverage landscape? If so, then you're in for a treat! Check out episode #24 on the Movers and Shakers podcast. Our Head of Partnerships, Ming-Tai Huh, discusses how he transitioned from consulting to opening Puritan and Company to working at Toast.
Think you know what a crostini is? Think again! Introducing the latest installment in our Toastictionary series.