We are a small but mighty team of 27 humans with diverse backgrounds and 13 nationalities. United through our shared love for service design (and the mountains), we call Innsbruck, Austria, our home. We are hard working, big dreaming and enjoying the ride with much laughter.
We're currently not looking to fill any position in particular, but if you feel like you'd be
a good fit for us we'd love to hear from you!
Just send us your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll be in touch.
As a team we set up and constantly work on core values. These guide our actions and define who we are and how we work.
We value a shitty first draft that we can experiment on more than any shiny concept.
We continuously learn from feedback. Giving and receiving feedback is a valuable and important source for our learning.
As part of the UN Global Compact Network we continuously check operations, behavior and decisions regarding economic, ecological, and social sustainability. We know that we are not perfect, but we strive to iteratively improve on all dimensions of the triple bottom line.
“Sometimes the Yak has to be shaved.” We know that not all tasks are awesome or part of our job description but we help each other to progress as a team.
We value, welcome, and continuously work on diversity in all aspects: culture, color, ethnicity, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, age, religion, and others.
We highly value self-determined ways of working and learning. Micro-management and over-organisation is not our style.
We love our customers but we also love our employees –
enjoying the ride is on top of our roadmap.
Innsbruck is what we call our home and where we enjoy the pleasures of life.
Innsbruck, Austria: no, not Australia and no kangaroos but mountains, rivers and beautiful lakes.
Innsbruck is the action capital of Europe (Yes, it is! :P) and located at the heart of the Austrian Alps. The large university and Innsbruck’s extensive range of outdoor activities bring in many people from all over the world and make it a multicultural and vivid place. With its 130,000 inhabitants and its narrow historic streets it is a cozy home one step away from nature.
Discover more about Innsbruck on its official website [english].