Culture Amp acquires people analytics platform Orgnostic

- March 22, 2024 2 MIN READ

Employee experience platform Culture Amp is acquiring a Serbian people analytics startup to broaden its capabilities The cost of the deal with Orgnostic, founded in Belgrade in 2019, was not disclosed. The analytics platform combines fragmented HR data to give leadership teams rapid insights into how their workforce is tracking. That data will be plugged… Read more »

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Relationships guru Esther Perel joins Culture Amp as advisor

- February 22, 2024 2 MIN READ

Psychotherapist and sex and relationships expert Esther Perel, who coined the term “erotic intelligence”, has joined Australian employee experience platform Culture Amp as an advisor. Perel, who in recent years turned her attention to workplace relationships with a podcast called How’s Work, to help cofounders and others work navigate the challenges thrown up in the… Read more »

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Culture Amp snaps up US workplace values startup Disco

- October 8, 2021 2 MIN READ

Employee experience platform Culture Amp has acquired San Francisco cultural values recognition startup Disco. The terms of the deal were not disclosed. Disco helps companies recognise and celebrate values-driven work, foster team appreciation and improve company culture across distributed teams. Founded in 2015, the venture is an app in Slack and Microsoft Teams. Culture Amp… Read more »

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Canva cracks top 3 in the Forbes Cloud 100

- August 13, 2021 2 MIN READ

Australian design giant Canva has been listed as the world’s third best private cloud company in the annual Forbes 2021 Cloud 100. Canva is climbed four places from 7th place in 2020, and is one of just three Australian companies to make the list, with fintech Airwallex at 58 and Culture Amp also featuring at… Read more »

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Culture Amp and Atlassian are in the top 10 on Fast Company’s list of the world’s most innovative companies

- March 10, 2021 2 MIN READ

Australian workplace tech powerhouses Atlassian and Culture Amp have been included in the top 10 for Fast Company’s annual list of the world’s most innovative companies. Unsurprising, project management tool Asana, Zoom and Slack take out the top three spots following a year where remote work and communication came to the fore, with Atlassian recognised… Read more »

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Canva, Airwallex and Culture Amp make the Forbes Cloud 100 list of the world’s top private companies

- September 17, 2020 2 MIN READ

Australian design giant Canva has cracked the top 10 for the first time in the annual Forbes Cloud 100 list, which rank the world’s top private cloud companies. Canva came in at no. 7, with Melbourne fintech Airwallex at 61 and employee experience platform Culture Amp at 80, as the three Australian cloud-based tech startups to make… Read more »


Mark Twain, money and the math show why business should focus on diversity over merit

- February 21, 2020 4 MIN READ

  By now, you’ve probably heard that Goldman Sachs is no longer taking companies public if they don’t have any underrepresented board members. You’ve probably also heard about the corresponding kerfuffle in the Sydney Startups group: investors recycled the standard sexist and racist (and everything else -ist) dog whistles about “merit” to criticise the change,… Read more »


Aubrey Blanche, who helped create Atlassian’s great workplace vibe, has signed on with Culture Amp

- February 13, 2020 2 MIN READ

Melbourne unicorn Culture Amp, the workplace HR and employee engagement startup has made a key hire to drive its own workplace vibe and apps, luring Atlassian’s long-term global head of diversity and belonging, Aubrey Blanche, to join the business. Blanche signs on as Culture Amp’s Global Head of Equitable Design & Impact after six years… Read more »

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HR startup Culture Amp is using AI to predict how productive new employees will be and how long they’ll stay

- August 2, 2019 2 MIN READ

  HR tech startup Culture Amp has developed an AI-based predictive tool to forecast productivity and turnover risk in new employees. Rod Hamilton, Culture Amp’s co-founder and Chief Product Officer said the Foresight Engine, unveiled this week at the company’s annual global conference, Culture First, comes out of the recent acquisition of performance management venture… Read more »