The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool provides outstanding business and investing advice to make the world smarter, happier, and richer.
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The Predictive Index
A talent optimization platform aligning business and people strategies to help companies make objective hiring decisions and foster employee engagement.
The Redbud Group
Real estate company focused on generating sustainable, long-term growth and positive experiences for its team, buyers, sellers and community.
WHY WE'RE A BEST PLACE TO WORKOur office offers a place for our agents and non-licensed professionals to work in a relaxed environment as it is part of our core values. The Redbud Group hand picks a diverse group of professionals who work well with each other, making working at Redbud feel like a family. Everyone brings something unique to the team and everyone?s talents and skills are used to help them grow. Redbud?s core values keep us feeling included, comfortable, motivated, and accountable.
The Vested Group
A NetSuite solution provider specializing in consulting, implementation, support, and the development of a full range of NetSuite products.
Independent home and auto insurance comparison website providing agent support and educational resources to help consumers make informed decisions.
The Zebra bills itself as "the Kayak of insurance," aggregating auto insurance plans for car owners. The Mark Cuban-backed company helps U.S. consumers avoid overpaying an estimated $21 billion per year on car insurance. The impact on American car owners has been dramatic: The Zebra grew annual revenue close to 200 percent between 2018 and 2019, reaching nearly $37 million.