#TakeoverTuesday with Ezoic

Feb 14, 2020 - Heather Dewis

Carlsbad, California—ranked one of the happiest cities in the United States. It only makes sense that Ezoic, which develops an end-to-end digital technology platform and is a "friend to publishers", thrives here. Its employees, from software engineers to business development associates, enjoy a sunny campus, engaging, creative work, and plenty of office perks.

The sun and the city's energy aren't the only reasons Ezoic employees enjoy company life. Brandon, a business development associate, says, "One of my favorite parts of working at Ezoic is the flexible schedule. They really give you the freedom to work as hard as you want, and give yourself time to relax and recharge."

  

When employees need a break, they can recharge in the office gym or game room (complete with an air table and console gaming systems). The team also enjoys a stocked kitchen, a sunny patio, and catered lunches every Tuesday and Thursday—plus the kombucha and cold brew on tap certainly doesn't hurt, either.

      

After work, Ezoic employees explore a variety of hobbies, like yoga, cooking, and finding new restaurants to try. "San Diego has shaped me to be a more independent, happy, friendly person," says Sarah, social media manager for Ezoic. "I was born and raised in Seattle and moved to San Diego to attend San Diego State University. After graduation, I decided to stay in this beautiful city to start my career with Ezoic! San Diego is a massive city with a lot to offer." On top of the engaging work and all the company perks, living in a great city only helps.

Head over to our Instagram Stories to catch the complete #TakeoverTuesday. And if a creative team in one of the happiest cities in the world sounds amazing, check out Ezoic's open positions here.

 

Want to host #TakeoverTuesday at your company? Contact hd (at) sandiegobusiness.org to learn more.

 

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