MOO Company Overview
MOO is an award-winning online print business that is passionate about great design and the difference it can make to its customers and the world. Launched in 2006, MOO aims to disrupt the $640 billion global print industry by combining the values of professional design with accessibility and reach of the web; making great design available to all. By applying Web 2.0 principles to a 500 year-old market, MOO has become one of the fastest growing print businesses in the world, with rapid annual growth and a global reach since launch.
MOO prints millions of cards a month and has served customers in over 200 countries. MOO also supports companies of 10 or more employees with MOO for Business, offering a personalized service and easy order management for entire organizations.
The company has won 3 Webby awards (the web's Oscars), has been profiled in the Financial Times, and was ranked in the top 10 UK start-up companies by the Guardian Newspaper. MOO currently employs 300+ full-time staff and has offices in London, UK, Boston MA and Providence, Rhode Island, USA. MOO has also raised over $5m in venture capital from the Accelerator Group, Index Ventures, and Atlas Venture, the investors behind Skype, Betfair, Lovefilm, Last.fm and MySQL.
Jobs at MOO
Founder & CEO
Richard is our Founder & CEO – a job that’s kept him rather busy over the past nine years.
After working as an Advertising Executive at Sorted, a dotcom startup, and for a design company as a Strategic Planner, Richard developed a keen eye for what he calls “remarkable consumer products” - things that people actually love to own.
A lover of all kinds of art – Richard’s passion for design is perhaps rivalled only by his love for music. With design close to his heart, it should come as no surprise that he lists attention to detail, a drive for perfection, and innovation as pillars to his own (and MOO’s) success.
Since MOO’s launch in 2004, Richard’s name has appeared on a number of “influential people” lists, including The Daily Telegraph's '100 Most Influential People in Technology', Digital Media's 'Top 10 most influential people', and Wired Magazine's 'Wired 100.' But we’re sure that won’t be the last you hear of him.
Richard admits to having made "every mistake in the book" during MOO's early years. He seems to have got the hang of it now, though.
Chief Marketing Officer
Nobody at MOO can claim that they’re in the Baseball Hall of Fame – except Stephanie Shore. Turns out that when you make a brilliant print marketing campaign (in this case a rally card in the run up to the Boston Red Sox winning the World Series), it gets displayed somewhere way fancier than a fridge door!
This was just one in a long line of wins for our CMO. Her previous experience includes leading brand strategy, creative and marketing for a variety of companies from start-up to established. She even got to “ring the bell” when Zipcar went public (even if she DID accidentally do an excited dance the entire time!)
So, why MOO? “I find it so thrilling to work on a brand that I love, and watch it flourish. That’s the sweet spot. And I’ve always had amazing teams” she smiles, “Because nobody can make magic happen alone”.
When she’s not helping MOO grow its brand and business, Stephanie likes running – either after her toddler, or away from the kitchen! “I don’t mean to brag, but I think I might be the worst cook in the world. People come to my house and ask for “one of my famous waters” as it’s the only thing I don’t burn”.
What's It Like to Work at MOO?
Pictures your dream job. Then add cake.
How we MOO things
You’ll be working with smart, friendly, talented, enthusiastic people from all around the world. People who work hard to give our customers the best possible MOO experience. We follow six strong values:
- Make it simpler
- Always deliver delight
- Keep it human
- Every detail counts
- Imagine it better
- Tackle it together
Nurturing by nature
23% of us enjoyed a promotion in 2015. If you want to grow tall, MOO’s there for you. We’ll cheer you on and offer all the internal and external development opportunities you could hope for.
You'll get up to 23 days holiday, plus an additional day for every year of service. We'll pay 100% of your UnitedHealthcare dental, life and vision costs and 65% of a dependant's. We'll also match up to 5% of what you contribute to your Transamerica 401(k) and paid parental leave. And your Group Life plan is 100% on us. Plus all the free ice cream you can eat.