Which companies have what it takes to earn the top spot?
After weeks of nominations, we’ve reached the cream of the crop. From bring-your-dog-to-work day to an office climbing wall, startups from across Ohio believe they have a claim to the best office culture in the state. But now, 12 companies have distanced themselves from the field and will face off for the title.
Which office will walk away from the Startup Culture Awards with proof they’re the best place to work? The top companies now go head-to-head, and only you can decide our winners. We need your votes to crown a champion, so vote below and tell your friends and colleagues!
Finalists who have officially moved on to the voting round for early-stage startups are:
- Aware, a communication, archiving and policy platform for companies.
- Cloverleaf, an employee-management platform built to foster good work environments.
- eFuse, a network connecting esports players, professionals and fans.
- Futurety, a data analytics platform striving for next-level audience engagement.
- NaviStone, a platform to help retailers and eCommerce companies find direct mail customers.
- The Home Team, a network connecting college-student movers with those in need of help.
Late-stage nominees are:
- Acceptd, the world’s biggest visual and performing arts network.
- Bold Penguin, a commercial insurance exchange that connects businesses, agents and carriers.
- emBold, a development and design agency.
- Everykey, a Bluetooth device that replaces keys or passwords.
- GlobalFlyte, a communication and information platform built for first responders
- HaloSmile, a fast-acting kit for whiter teeth.
For a complete list of the contest’s official rules, click here.