Our why is to build a company with a unique Culture, that creates impactful digital products.
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Head of Marketing
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We take pride in our work and feel rewarded through the challenges we take on and the quality we deliver.
We commit to projects that power our freedom and wellbeing.
We aspire to be a high performing group that takes on challenges.
We fully trust each other to be vulnerable and completely honest (without being jerks).
Embrace and drive change.
Don’t let the good times hypnotize you, don’t forget that you always need to be persistent and seeking improvement and growth.
Seek wisdom growth as a team and individually.
Communicate and listen, be vulnerable and have empathy. Be passionate about your ideas without being overly attached to them.
The value we provide doesn’t stop at the Partner – we serve those who serve end-users and aim to satisfy them both.
Peel away the unnecessary, redundant or low-value layers and strive for simplicity.
“The author chronicles a family business: a manufacturing company in 1980’s Brazil, that created an amazing Culture, eliminating bureaucracy and unneeded middle management. This was, and still is, a revolutionary achievement. If your startup’s values include trust and radical honesty, this is your book.
Jason Fried & David Heinemeier Hansson
“The guys from Basecamp know that work should be something beyond a soul crushing time-suck. This no- fluff book guides you on being calmer, more productive and prioritizing your team’s wellbeing while reclaiming your time.”
“Learn from a simple but powerful company operating system that will give your leadership team more focus and enable you to effectively tackle issues and optimize people, processes, execution, management, and communication. We developed our own marketgoo Operating System based on this book.”
Good communication in a remote team:— Alex 🌚 (@alexmuench) December 19, 2019
* Write status updates
* Communicate the obvious
* Format your writing effectively
* Confirm decisions to move them forward
* Offer conclusions in long discussions
* Make decisions transparent
* Take initiatives and deliver on your promises
How to thrive as a #remote worker— Ryan Law (@thinking_slow) January 24, 2020
1/ Be nosy as hell.
Remote work can obscure the "big picture" view of your company, so read every public doc, spreadsheet, email and Slack thread. Leave unsolicited opinions in areas that interest you, or where you can add value.
Chuleton is a large steak. We say we run on chuletón-based technology, an inside joke about how the offer of a delicious feast once propelled our Devs to massively overdeliver.
Translates into something like “We are f****ing great, but we are clueless”. We say it a lot because it’s important to be both humble and confident – and for us to know when to be which.
We’ve never believed in spending ‘just because we can’. We are a lean team with plenty of resources that we choose to invest wisely.
During every quarterly meeting, we each say a word that describes how we feel at that moment, coming into the meeting. A lot of us have said ‘expectante’ (expectant) and even after 6 years, at least one person always chooses that word.
This is a phrase we use to remind ourselves how far we’ve come, and also the journey we still have left to travel – have we arrived?
No matter how great things are going, we need to understand and prepare ourselves for a worst case scenario. Sometimes when we’re discussing a move or project, we dedicate time to forecasting unfavourable scenarios.
A long time ago, a young and naive Yaye (our CRO) shared an article to our learning channel without explaining why he thought it was valuable or useful, and the burns came swiftly and mercilessly in the form of What’s the Learning Yaye?
Where we Work
We are 100% remote! We currently have no office, but once upon a time we did have one in Madrid. In total we had 4 different office locations.
Many people work from home. We have a budget to outfit your home office. Please get a good chair and a good desk.
Some of us choose to work from coffee shops or other third spaces. When you’re on cafe wifi, please be mindful of security.
A few of us enjoy working from a coworking space and the opportunity it provides to network and be part of a community. We offer a €200/month for this setup.
As a new Gooer, you’ll be provided with 2 checklists that you should review and complete. Additionally, in the Culture section of our Notion workspace, you’ll see there are all the tools you need to set up (and how to access them) an explanation on how we do things at marketgoo, and a Who’s Who section so you can put a face to the people you’ll be communicating with!
Meetings held on a fixed basis in the calendar and compulsory for team members to attend are the Quarterly and Annual Meeting Pulse, and for the Leadership Team, the Bi-Weekly Meeting Pulse. These follow a strict Agenda that is shared beforehand, and is available on the mOS section of our Notion workspace.
Meetings held on an spontaneous basis as consequence of daily work needs should observe the following:
To see more tools used by specific teams, visit their section on our Notion workspace.
“Sharing your fears and challenges with like-minded people who are also going through something similar is one of the best tools to prevent and overcome burnout and validate assumptions.”
“‘I’m not the owner of the culture,’ marketgoo founder and CEO Wences Garcia says. “It’s the team together that is creating the culture of the company and the values we want to reinforce.'”
“I felt we were a success as a company even before we turned a profit. It’s a matter of defining success. Today, we are successful margin-wise but our culture and model was a success even before!”
“The Founder needs to be on top of Culture from the beginning that’s why I also self-style as Head of Culture — I see it linked to our Business Objectives and Values.”
Me encantan las empresas que organizan el trabajo para que se adapte a la forma de vida del equipo, como los casos de @mktgoo y @minimalismbrand , y no al revés. Nunca dejes que te digan cómo debes gestionar a tu equipo. #ESO2019 pic.twitter.com/i6PZcJYbqx— Corti (José C. Cortizo) (@josek_net) December 14, 2019
Being a fully-remote company for almost a year now. Two weeks per year we celebrate our team retreats. A week for bonding and reflection. Under lock-down, we are doing a two-day event using @HeySummit We've missed each other but that is not a stopper for us to adapt and progress pic.twitter.com/Q32yJofCVv— Wences Garcia (@wencesg) April 2, 2020
Hoy deberíamos estar cogiendo aviones para juntarnos todo el equipo en algún lugar del país.— David Roch (@davidrochg) March 30, 2020
Haremos un retreat virtual desde casa.
Ni un ápice de queja, estamos todos bien y el proyecto también. Ganas de achucharnos fuerte pronto, eso sí. pic.twitter.com/L5at1tx7Ur