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Rubicon Project Recognized as One of the Best Places to Work in Advertising & Media in the U.S.

November 16, 2015

LOS ANGELES – November 16, 2015 – Rubicon Project (NYSE: RUBI) today was named one of America’s 50 Best Places to Work in Advertising & Media in 2015 by Advertising Age, the leading global source of news, intelligence and conversation for the marketing and media community. Rubicon Project is the only advertising platform ranked in the top 25 of this year’s list.

Rubicon Project was selected by Advertising Age following a rigorous process which included a company-wide employee survey as well as written responses related to hiring practices, benefits packages, salaries, office perks, workplace environment and design. Advertising Age surveyed nearly 20,000 people as part of the selection process.

“At Rubicon Project, we manage Culture as a product — we have a dedicated team to specifically manage this critical aspect of our business as a way to scale and continually keep our Culture a top priority,” explained Frank Addante, CEO and Founder of Rubicon Project. “Being named one of the Best Places to Work in Advertising & Media highlights our commitment to attracting, retaining and motivating great innovators.”

Rubicon Project was founded on the guiding principle that “great people innovate great products, and great products attract great customers.” In addition to providing exceptional health benefits and an employee stock purchase program, Rubicon Project recognizes its Team Members have ambitions, family commitments, and personal projects outside of the workplace, and offers flexible work hours and unlimited vacation days for salaried team members. Importantly, Rubicon Project also encourages Team Members to further their personal and professional development through training courses offered by Rubicon Project University and to innovate new ideas to drive business forward during biannual hackathons. Team Members are also provided with opportunities and encouraged to give back to local communities under its global Community Program.

“As always, the competition was tough. Out of the hundreds of companies who applied, we’re calling out more honorees than ever before. Fifty big shops, independents, agencies, ad tech, and media companies earned recognition for being leaders in recruiting, retaining, and cultivating talent,” said Ken Wheaton, editor of Advertising Age. “At the end of the day all these organizations are in the talent business and they’re doing it right. They’re finding interesting, relevant, and often unexpected ways to create cultures and work environments that keep employees engaged.”

 


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