We're a small and fast growing company, that is backed by top venture funds, and producing great products that people love
We are solving complex problems at scale with a modern tech stack
We offer generous equity in a fast growing company.
100% remote work from anywhere (within US time zones)
We treat employees right with unlimited vacation time, comprehensive insurance, paid parental leave, and more.
We meet several times a year in exciting locations for a week of meetings, events, and fun.
Have ownership over what you build and see the impact you have on our global open source community.
Since we launched in May 2021, we’ve added over 3,300 stars on GitHub, and quickly became the most popular open source experimentation platform. We’re used by hundreds of top companies and backed by top VCs, including Y Combinator and Khosla Ventures.
We believe everyone can improve and grow. As a company, we want to help you do that, and we want you to help others. Make everyone around you better.
We understand that as humans with lives outside of work, there needs to be a balance that reflects that. Well rested and happy people build the best products.
As a 100% remote company, trust is important, and goes both ways. We are not micromanagers, and trust each other to complete the work to our best standards.
As a team, we value each other and create a safe, respectful, and supportive environment that values the opinion of others.
We know that good ideas come from everywhere, and by having a diverse group of people with different experiences, we increase our chances of success.
We believe that creativity is integral to building the best products, and we encourage everyone to bring their creativity and ideas to all aspects of GrowthBook.
We understand that we don’t always have all the answers, and are prepared to be wrong. Failing is not failure as long as we learn something. We are always open to new ideas.
We understand what quality looks like, and strive to achieve a high standard of work. Technical debt slows companies down and we try to avoid it whenever possible.