Inc Magazine Best Places to Work 2017 Recognizes DiscoverOrg in Top 50 List

Meet the Top Companies to Work for in 2017

Winning is what drives us. This is in our manifesto. In fact, the entire first page of our manifesto is about winning: "We'll consistently push you to be better, to get better, to be the best--and then we'll define a new best. If you're not hungry every month, quarter, or year-end to be better than you were the last month, quarter, and year then we're not the company for you." 

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MarTech Series Covers DiscoverOrg's new Startup & SMB Contact Database

DiscoverOrg’s SMB Dataset is a Boon for Marketers

DiscoverOrg has played a crucial role in gathering and identifying relevant and useful information about small and mid-sized companies with heavy investment and spending power. It explores SMBs with huge investment capabilities and offer intelligence about their investment plans, key projects, internal spending budgets, decision makers’ moves by conducting interviews and engaging in research activities.

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OZY Coverage of DiscoverOrg's Executive Gender Diversity Research

Why Red States Are Better At Getting Women Into The Boardroom

The state has an impressive proclivity for elevating women, according to DiscoverOrg, a sales and marketing intelligence provider, which mined its database of 45,000 executives — CEOs and those who report to the CEO — to find that: MONTANA HAS THE HIGHEST PERCENTAGE OF WOMEN — 40.9 PERCENT — IN THE C-SUITE.

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Vancouver Business Journal Coverage of Growth Award Winner DiscoverOrg as an Inc 50 Best Workplace

DiscoverOrg Makes ‘Best Workplaces’ List

DiscoverOrg is one the nation’s 50 best places to work, according to a new ranking from Inc. magazine. The magazine recognized the Vancouver-based sales and marketing intelligence software company in its annual ‘Best Workplaces’ list.

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Hear DiscoverOrg CEo, Henry Schuck, on DisrupTV

DisrupTV Episode 65: Joanne Moretti, Henry Schuck, Scott Santucci

This week on DisrupTV, we interviewed Joanne Moretti, SVP & Chief Marketing Officer at Jabil and General Manager Radius Design, Henry Schuck, Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer at DiscoverOrg, and Scott Santucci, Director of The Alexander Group and Founder of Sales Enablement Society.

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Columbus Business Journal - Gender Diversity in Executive Position

Ohio Ranks Poorly for Women in Executive Posts

Ohio ranked poorly, coming in at No. 44 in the country with women making up just 20.76 percent of companies' executive leadership....

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Biz Women Business Journals Covers DiscoverOrg's Gender Diversity by State

Conservative states are more progressive when it comes to female CEOs

Politically liberal states are not necessarily so progressive when it comes to gender diversity in the C-suite, a new poll found.

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Fast Company Cover DiscoverOrg gender Diversity Research

Progressive Politics Doesn’t Guarantee More Women in Leadership

Turns out, progressive politics isn't always a good predictor of gender parity in leadership according to a survey of almost 45,000 executives from DiscoverOrg.

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7 Things High Growth Companies Do Differently

7 Things the World’s Fastest Growing Companies Do Differently Than Their Counterparts

In this podcast with James Caraby, Founder of Sweet Fish Media, DiscoverOrg's Chief Growth Officer, Katie Bullard discusses findings from the company's 2017 Growth Trends Report.

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Growth and Customer Retention Starts with Building the Right Culture

David Sill, Senior Vice President of Customer Success at DiscoverOrg, discusses the customer success team as critical to company growth, and provides tips on diagnosing issues and enacting culture shift that enables the team to work more in tandem with sales, support and marketing

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