Passion, drive, determination, and resilience. Believe in what you’re doing and where you’re going. We don't take "no" or
"that'll never work" for an answer because if we had, then Cloudbeds would have never started in the first place.
Kaizen is a Japanese business philosophy of continuous improvement of working practices, and personal efficiency.
An infinite journey starts with the first step. Make small, strategic steps and continuous improvements to yourself and your teams.
Be committed to curiosity, constantly seek out new paths, explore exciting and alternative ideas, to uncover new solutions.
The common thread among our product, employees, and customers are the unlimited possibilities that come from being forward-thinking.
Never cease to expand to new horizons.
Together, we can move mountains. Take your place in the bigger collective that is Cloudbeds.
If we’re working toward a common goal and moving in the same direction, we can achieve anything.
We are a team of diverse cultures, backgrounds, and beliefs. We respect differences and seek out inclusion in the realization and appreciation that we can learn from
each other. We are not satisfied with “business as usual.” We never accept the status quo and always seek equity, inclusion, and dignity for all.
Presence is our ability to make ourselves heard in an increasingly growing and wide-spread organization.
Irrespective of role and responsibility, we challenge every team member to show emerging leadership by taking the lead in
fixing internal projects, being proactive, taking risks, and owning results personally.
Commit to being that person who finds solutions. Some are tougher to find than others but every problem and situation has a
perfect solution, good or bad. Grab that proverbial mop bucket and lay charge. Expect the unexpected and do whatever it takes to accomplish our mission.
We assume the very best in each other, because we’re all playing for the same logo on the front of the jersey.
If our minds wander toward worst-case scenarios of why something happened or what someone meant, it’s on us to
ask questions so that we better understand. We bring our best attitudes to work and beyond.