#TakeoverTuesday with LionDesk

Apr 12, 2019 - Hannah Kurowski

When it comes to finding the right company to work for, culture is everything. If you want to work with a team that values hard work, respect, and some fierce competition on the Super Smash Bros. battlefields, look no further than LionDesk. With the belief that "businesses are built on relationships," the CRM software company is helping professionals turn contacts into lifelong clients, while also creating a lion pack of lifelong friends.

LionDesk Founder and CEO, David Anderson, is a San Diego native who knew that the best place to grow and scale his company would be in his own backyard. He says, “We chose to base LionDesk in San Diego because of the talent, beautiful weather, and the amazing diversity of different people and ideas we have around here. We love it, and we wouldn’t choose anywhere else.” Working in San Diego + living in San Diego...seems like a win-win.

This week, his team hosted #TakeoverTuesday on our Instagram Stories to show us the life of LionDesk and what it's really like to work there. Beyond behind-the-scene looks at their meetings with team members around the world, lunchtime shenanigans, and cubicle workouts, Marketing Manager Jessica Shaw gave three reasons why she loves working at LionDesk:

  1. The atmosphere is awesome and fun.
  2. The people are great here.
  3.  And, what she calls the best part: getting to help their customers create lifelong connections with their clients.

Another employee, Jordan, just moved to San Diego from Chicago and says that he loves how versatile and open-minded San Diegans are. He says it's a place where you can just be yourself.

Learn more about what it's like to work at LionDesk by watching #TakeoverTuesday with its fun and diverse team. If you like what you see, you're in luck because...they're hiring!

 

   

 

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