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In September 2011, Princeton student Josh Miller and NYU student Hursh Agrawal each took a leave of absence from their universities and teamed up with Cemre Güngör to found a company called Roundtable. The trio bootstrapped the company from New York City for four months, eventually moving to San Francisco in January 2012 to build the product with guidance from Obvious Corp.’s Evan Williams, Biz Stone and Jason Goldman. In May, the company — now called Branch — returned to New York City and is currently a team of eight, whose mission is to empower people to talk about the world around them.
Inspired by an email from Biz Stone, Branch has adopted “happy and sunny” as our motto. It’s how we want people to feel when they use Branch, and how we want our employees to feel in and out of the office. We like novel solutions, crazy ideas, and think copy is just as important as code. We feel pretty lucky to be working on a product that will change the way people talk to each other online, and we’d love for you to join us.
Say hi, we’re hiring!
Thanks for your feedback! Team Branch