Meet and greet with new neighbors

A big benefit of {rr}’s downtown SF location is the variety of companies and personalities that you can connect with throughout the day. One of the rituals I enjoy daily is the elevator ride in our building because you never know who you’ll bump into.

A recent ride to our new offices at our expanding headquarters re-acquainted me with Patrick Hoge with the SF Business Times. {rr} has enjoyed a great relationship with the SF Business Times — from being named a Best Place to Work in their 2009 and 2010 surveys to now sharing the same floor at 275 Battery. Patrick and I got talking and realized I had been neglectful in sharing an update in our continued growth and success in the e-commerce personalization space. Patrick, ever the on-the-beat reporter sniffed a story and voila — here’s an update on {rr} and our expanding footprint in both our corporate offices…and in the personalization space.
In addition to his formal article, Patrick wrote a fun blog post on what it’s like to be a neighbor of Richrelevance — Tech disruption comes to the BizTimes.

In both pieces, he talks a bit about our growth and culture, and I thought it’d be fun to share one of the neat things that one of our employees suggested recently. To the right is a collage of some employee caricatures. We use these faces for our intranet, our nameplates and most importantly to poke a little fun at one another!

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This post was written by David Selinger

ABOUT David Selinger
David is CEO and founder of RichRelevance. He first garnered international recognition as an expert in the field of eCommerce data analytics and personalization with his groundbreaking work leading the research and development arm of Amazon’s Data Mining and Personalization team. In that role, David increased Amazon’s annual profit by over $50 million (25% of US profit, 2003) setting the industry standard for recommendation services. To view David's full profile, click here.
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