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Our Culture

Futurefeedforward was founded in a livingroom, and has grown with the simple assumption that a decentralized, distributed organizational model is the most viable and adaptive. We, consequently, have no business headquarters. Our corporate culture is nomadic and improvisational.

Though we have plans to build a showroom-style headquarters to advertise and build our brand in the near-term, our business will never be tied to a geographic or architectural space. All of our divisions, committees, and employees participate in our business through our corporate website and through electronic mail.

We believe that this not only builds the most flexible organizational structure, but that it also fosters the literate and meritocratic corporate culture essential to success in a pioneering enterprise like ours.

We are a company of dreamers and prophets, building a firm fit to use the radical temporal technologies of the future. There is no space in our firm for the draining demands of water-cooler politics. We are a company dedicated to ideas, and our employees must be free of the hermetic culture that develops in office-bound firms.

We value inspiration without substance, plans without ambition, and technological innovation without engineering. We are a free-wheeling, independent hierarchy without a capital. Ours is a culture of fellowship among underachievers.


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