Bounce Exchange Honored by Internet Week for Superior Snacks & Not Hiring Bozos

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Office Perks and Awesome Culture Rank the NYC Startup as One of the Top in Employee Satisfaction

NEW YORK, Jan. 12, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Bounce Exchange, a technology company that provides “behavioral automation” enabling online retailers and publishers to create customized shopping experiences, has been selected as finalist for Internet Week’s Best Places to Work.

“We’re thrilled to be ranked among New York’s most respected tech companies,” said Ryan Urban CEO and Co-Founder of Bounce Exchange. “Bounce Exchange has worked extremely hard to create a unique culture that is defined by teamwork. Since day one, we recognized the direct correlation between employee satisfaction and employee productivity; so this award is definitely a sign that we are on the right track.”

With perks that include gym benefits and competitive salaries, Bounce Exchange’s investments in its employees are paying off in spades.  Over the past six months alone, the Company has grown its staff by more than 40 percent.

“As a rapidly growing company that is looking to attract top talent in New York, we understand the importance of creating an awesome work environment to keep employees motivated, happy and productive,” remarked Urban. “Going forward, our employees can expect to see bigger and better benefits as well as some of the most exciting career opportunities in Silicon Alley.”

Internet Week is New York City’s premier emerging tech festival, and its annual list of Best Places to Work is a top distinction for Silicon Alley startups.  The competition’s 30 finalists were chosen based on both internal research and comprehensive employee surveys.

About Bounce Exchange
Bounce Exchange provides “behavioral automation” which enables retailers and other companies with online presences to bring the customized “in-store” shopping experience to the online world by identifying shoppers’ habits. The firm’s patented “Exit Intent Technology” guides shoppers through each step of the sales process.  Today, Gannett, Comcast, and dozens of other outlets rely on Bounce Exchange’s technology to help them succeed in the digital marketing space.  For more information visitwww.BounceExchange.com.

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