The Bizzabo team is honored to have been voted as one of Built In’s Best Places to Work in New York City for 2021.

Following on the heels of our $138M Funding Announcement in December of last year, we are thrilled to kick off the New Year with another exciting announcement. 

For the third year in a row, Built In – a leader in tech recruitment – has announced their prestigious Best Places to Work Awards for 2021. These awards recognize employers whose culture, benefits, and initiatives lead the way in tech and exemplify what it means to go above and beyond for their team. 

The Best Places to Work Awards honor companies in various categories, from the 50 Best Small Places to Work to the 50 Companies with the Best Benefits. 

This year Bizzabo has been named as one of the 100 Best Midsize Places to Work in New York City. We are humbled to receive this award and thrilled to be able to share our company culture and values.

“Creating the best employee and candidate experience has long been one of the primary goals of the People Operations team,” said Tami Lev-Golan, Chief People Officer at Bizzabo. “This was something that we kept in mind as we navigated the particularly challenging year of 2020.”

“We implemented changes across the board, from mental health days to tokens of appreciation for candidates in later stages, but heroes of the day really were our Bizzaboers. We are so grateful for their resilience, teamwork, and creativity, all of which has helped us thrive through uncertainty.”

Bizzabo Team - Bizzabo Named Best Place to Work NYC

Bizzabo Co-Founder and CEO Eran Ben-Shushan adds, “It all starts with our strong bedrock of BizzaValues which defines our company culture and serves as our North Star. But every new Bizzaboer who joins the team helps us further evolve who we are and what we are able to accomplish. They are the ones who bring our BizzaValues to life.”

We’re hiring across nearly every team and across the globe. You can learn more about opportunities at Bizzabo on our Careers Page.

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