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Why CampMinder Sees Such Low Turnover

CEO Dan Konigsberg – a GenXYZ winner – has built a "Best Place to Work"


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DAN KONIGSBERG, 38

CEO, CAMPMINDER

As a company, CampMinder has all the requisite perks: ping pong tables, tasty snacks and great benefits. But Dan Konigsberg has imbued his company with core values —put team first, own it, be admirable, wonder, find a better way and give joy — that have added depth and substance to CampMinder’s repeated accolades as a great place to work. One result: incredibly low turnover from his eclectic team of artists, foodies, gamers, hipsters, musicians, readers, runners, skiers, dog owners, camp counselors and all-around adventurers. Even more significant, Konigsberg says: "Our employee engagement is in the 99th percentile among companies who measure theirs using Officevibe."

 

THE COLORADO COMPANIES GETTING THINGS DONE SMARTER, FASTER AND CHEAPER

Konigsberg’s ground-breaking camp data management system continues to evolve, and his focus on how special a camp experience can be endears him to his rapidly growing list of clients.

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Lisa Ryckman

Lisa Ryckman is ColoradoBiz's managing editor. Contact her at lryckman@cobizmag.com.

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