Emissary

Emissary built a network that connects sellers to former execs of their top accounts. These ‘Emissaries’ provide account-based intelligence to help sales teams close faster, and win more.

Founded 2012
16-50 employees
  • Information Systems
  • Research, Management, & Consulting
  • Headquarters address
    Remote - mail to: 228 Park Ave S, PMB 86223, NY NY 10003

    Emissary was founded by ex-Googler David Hammer. After years of working under Sundar Pichai, Marissa Mayer and Susan Wojcicki and creating multi-billion dollar products like DoubleClick Bid Manager, David decided to strike out on his own.

    He founded Emissary to share and spread the most important knowledge -- unwritten knowledge.

    Every organization hungers for access to information that lives beyond their walls, but they don’t know how to get it. Likewise, millions of people have valuable knowledge that they’re not doing anything with. Emissary’s mission is to connect the two. We want to transform the way the world works by empowering people to share their experience.

    We started by building an amazing community of people who have deep, tacit knowledge of the organizations they’ve worked at. We screen these Emissaries by hand and interview them extensively; more than 5,000 have joined our platform to date.

    Tech stack

    reactJS + redux (front-end), Python (backend), Google App Engine and GCE, ElasticSearch, Docker, Terraform, MySQL, Flask

    Benefits

    Compensation and retirement

    Performance bonus
    Stock Options
    401k plan
    Cell phone reimbursement
    Commuter assistance plans

    Health and wellness

    Health insurance
    Dental insurance
    Vision insurance
    Life insurance
    Disability insurance
    FSA (Flexible Spending Plan)
    EAP (Employee Assistance Program)

    Vacation and time off

    Unlimited time off
    Work from home flexibility
    Maternity benefits
    Paternity benefits

    Values and quality of life

    Company activities
    Pet-friendly workplace
    Remote first