Courtney Branson, Owner, VP Of Culture and People at Square Root, Inc., discusses how you can hold onto your small company culture after being acquired by a bigger one.

After being acquired by a larger company, how can you hold onto your small company culture? Courtney Branson joins us on the podcast to discuss.

After being acquired by a larger company, how can you hold onto your small company culture? Courtney Branson joins us on the podcast to discuss.

What you’ll learn from this episode:

  • First, how can you hold onto your small company culture?
  • Second, how did Square Root’s company change before and after being acquired?
  • Next, how have they managed the change and set expectations for team members?
  • And more…

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About Square Root, Inc.:

Square Root was founded on the principle that data should empower businesses to make smarter decisions and improve operations. They’re a company of Austin-based problem solvers who think and work outside of the box. Square Root leverages data science and agile development to deliver intelligent, cloud-based software platforms and applications. Since 2006, they have been delivering solutions to some of the biggest players in the automotive and retail sectors. Square Root is committed to moving their business customers forward, faster.

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About Employee Cycle:

Employee Cycle is changing the way HR leaders use data! We change their disconnected employee data into a user-friendly, centralized, and real-time People dashboard. We help companies view, track, and analyze their workforce data in one place. As a result, companies avoid risks, save costs, and increase their employee lifetime value.

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