We’re proud to join forces with the @Tent Partnership for Refugees to help open up opportunities for everyone .
In Canada, we’re supporting refugees with professional development opportunities – including cover letter workshops, business development training for refugee entrepreneurs and mobile app development bootcamps. We’re also exploring opportunities to hire and train refugees, and ways they can leverage their online platform to support refugee-owned businesses.
We’re thrilled to share that we’re setting up shop in Vancouver with plans to bring in 1,000 new Shopifolk through our doors. We're strengthening our R&D talent on the Pacific seaboard to help us solve unique challenges for business owners around the world, and all the while aiming to become the *best* place to work coast to coast.
Sound ambitious? That’s what we’re going for. Check out more below
How do you create a product for independent businesses everywhere?
You literally have to *be* there.
Shopify businesses are found in every corner of the globe, and to create tools just for them we’re taking strides to be a true partner, up close and personal. In Berlin, we’re growing faster than ever with R&D teams at the helm of creating bigger and better products for Germany, Europe, and the rest of the world.
What better way to understand the needs of our independent business owners than being their next door neighbour? Read more below.
If there's anything you should read today, it should be this
Proud to represent our home turf as Toronto's top employer for the 3rd year running and to be ranked a Top 10 Employer Brand in Hired's 3rd annual Brand Health Report.
Have you ever considered making the move for an opportunity? This is the story of one UX Manager's experience relocating with his family from the US to our headquarters in Ottawa, Canada: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vM5R1
Engineering jobs at Shopify involve crafting the tools that equip our merchants to scale their businesses and take them to the next level. Figuring out the right approach to those problems? That's the interesting part.