Innovid Named to Crain’s New York Business “2019 Best Places to Work in New York City” List
Independent Global Advertising Platform and CTV Leader Recognized as a Top Employer with Outstanding Culture, Policies, and Employee Experience
Innovid, the only independent advertising and analytics platform built for television, today announced that it has been named one of the “Best Places to Work in New York City” by Crain’s New York Business and Best Companies Group. This year’s list comprised 100 leading organizations based in New York City that offer exemplary employee experiences. The survey and awards program recognizes and honors the best employers in the city that are contributing to the New York City economy, workforce and businesses. This is the fourth time Innovid has been named to this prestigious list.
.@Innovid Named to Crain’s New York Business “2019 Best Places to Work in New York City” List
“At Innovid, we take pride in our culture and strong company values,” said Zvika Netter, CEO and Co-Founder of Innovid. “We believe a vibrant, collaborative workplace that encourages employee development and fosters creativity is critical to our company’s overall success. I am delighted for our company to receive this honor as we have an incredibly passionate team based in New York City and around the globe that truly makes Innovid one of a kind.”
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Innovid has achieved significant growth this year hiring more than 125 new employees across the globe and adding several new offices in Argentina, Colombia, Japan, Germany and Spain. Innovid also recently acquired the international advertising software company, Herolens, expanding the company’s existing global ad serving, dynamic creative personalization, and advanced measurement capabilities to include display formats alongside the company’s award-winning TV, video, and social solutions.
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To assemble this year’s list of the 100 Best Places to Work in New York City, Crain’s surveyed more than 20,000 New York City-based employees regarding their companies’ working conditions, benefits, and corporate culture, then assessed their answers in concert with a separate employer-focused survey. All qualifying companies were subsequently examined by workplace assessment experts at Best Companies Group to determine the final selections.