Totally NICE work if you can get it.
Have fun, make money.
Solve problems, make people happy.
Love what you do, love who you do it with.
These aren’t catch phrases at (add)ventures, they are mantras that truly reflect what we believe a workplace experience should be. Consider joining our strategic and creative work family. It would be Totally NICE to work with you.
Is the work easy at (add)ventures?
Positively no. We are a service business that believes we are only as good as our last job. That means we innovate to keep setting the bar higher and higher with each and every client engagement. We continuously strive to improve the quality of our work and relationships. It takes hard work, passion and dedication to work at (add)ventures. So no, our work is seldom easy because positive outcomes and professional greatness is never easily achieved.
Can we hire every great person we meet?
Sadly no. The culture fit people with the specialized talents our client partners need most is priority one. In business and life timing can be everything so please introduce yourself now. We want to know who the best people are out there before our client partners need us to hire them. It will be Totally NICE to work together.
Is (add)ventures an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer?
Absolutely yes, (add)ventures is proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Our diverse cultures, lifestyles, talents and beliefs inform our work and inspire our client partner audiences. In fact, we a certified Minority Business Enterprise, seeking only to get hired because our work and team are the best at what we do.
What is an (add)venturist?
That is a term (add)ventures client partners affectionally began to use to describe our employees and the nickname stuck. (add)venturists are fun people who love to serve, live to lead, and strive to grow. We reward (add)venturist passion with exciting work, inspiring workspaces, generous pay, caring mentorship and learning experiences worthy of a brand firm named (add)ventures. If you treat clients and co-workers like family, believe team success is more important than individual glory, and take your work more seriously than you do yourself, then you have what it takes to become an (add)venturist too.