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Thinkers, Artists, and Inventors Unite: Why We Sponsor TED

Photos: Dian Lofton / TED, Elizabeth Zeeuw / TED Like most things around MailChimp HQ, we try to take a slightly less prescribed, slightly more off-kilter (and fun!) approach to sponsorships. We love partnering with organizations that feel authentic and thoughtful, as well as groups that encourage a creative community. Our sponsorships excite us the …

How MailChimp’s Onboarding Has Evolved

Every year, we onboard about 200 people, which is no easy feat. That’s why I helped create what is now MailChimp’s onboarding program. As a result, gone are the days when a new hire would be dropped off at their desk and left to their own accord. When the program started, I was the only …

A Look at The Mothership’s First Year

Diversity is at the heart of MailChimp’s business. Our customers are all over the globe and represent a multitude of cultures and experiences. And we empower them by providing tools that support their unique marketing needs. In September 2016, we started our diversity employee resource group, The Mothership, in the hopes of facilitating some tough …

How Failure Is a Part of MailChimp’s DNA

At MailChimp, we’re big fans of storytelling as a learning tool. As a marketing automation platform for small businesses, we encourage our customers to share their challenges and successes with other users through our What’s in Store newsletter. Likewise, we challenge our employees to tell their own stories about work and life. While our customer …