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The Ingredients for a Strong Engineering Culture

We wrote a little while back about the culture we were focused on building specifically for our engineering team. But just like great engineering feats, you cannot just set it and forget it. Anything that takes time to build and install requires maintenance and constant attention. It’s with this in mind, that we put forth a set of principles that guide each decision we make and how we interact with each other and the larger organization.

Our job as engineers at Axial is to organize and reinvent the private capital markets through great products — ultimately transforming the way private companies, advisors and investors alike connect, share information and ultimately, transact. This is a responsibility that requires productive collaboration, constant focus and a shared recognition of the importance of our goal.

The following set of principles help us keep our eyes on the ball and our unique culture thriving and intact.

This set of principles not only guides how the current team operates, but how we think about the future and growing our organization to help us scale our impact on the market. The most successful Axial engineers tend to exhibit a few shared qualities in their interviews and earliest days on the job that point toward their long term ability to thrive and advance within the organization. Some of these traits include:

There are a lot of very talented engineers out there. At Axial, we’re focused on hiring and cultivating those who identify with our culture and who we know can thrive in our challenging, fast-paced and ultimately highly rewarding environment.



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