Experiments drive progress, so be bold and give it a try. Mistakes happen, but it’s worth the risk. Never settle.
Aiming for awesome isn't always easy, but it's worth it. We love reaching our ambitious goals - and we love celebrating too!
Live up to the trust placed in us and tidy our own bedrooms :-). Confidence and openness with each other is the result.
Appreciate, support and respect each other. We’re all in this together. Tolerate Andy’s fetish for pink stuff.
We are more than our work; finding balance means we work better. We look for opportunities to do good.
Head of Onboarding
‘ I love my job because I get to introduce clients to Mention Me and help them to get the most out of their first Referral Marketing campaign. It never gets boring since I get to work with many types of businesses and meet different people on a daily basis! ’
Head of Solution Design
'I take the lead with clients to drive performance and revenues through their referral programmes. I really enjoy AB testing new hypothesis and optimising my clients' performance with them. It gives me great pleasure that our clients don't have to figure out how to unlock the potential on their own as we can act as a trusted advisor for them.'
'The scope for creativity is unlimited and collaborating with inspiring people who love and support bold and unusual stuff has resulted in probably some of the best works in my career. Oh, and where else would I have a chance to install a 4m tall rainbow in the office???'
'I love the people at Mention Me and I love speaking with some of the coolest brands in the world! No day is the same, something new and exciting happens every day and I thrive on change :) And I get to work in the most colourful & pink office in the world, with the biggest rainbow on the wall! It's a happy place!'
Head of Engineering
'I've really enjoyed seeing it grow from a tiny startup with just a few of us into a 65 person company - I'm excited to see where we go from here. I'm glad that we can be very business focussed too, rather than building tech for the sake of tech.'