The host's on Cheddar's Closing Bell were interested to learn about Peanut Butter and how we're helping companies become employers of choice by administering student loan assistance programs.
Peanut Butter was one of just 13 companies to participate in Google's annual Demo Day. Ean event that brings a diverse group of startups to Silicon Valley to showcase their technology and meet investors and mentors. Peanut Butter was hand-picked by Google based on market traction, strength of team, sustainability, and growth potential.
Rise Interactive, a Chicago-based digital marketing firm, was quizzing its employees two years ago, making sure they were happy with their perks.
“We were doing our end-of-year employment engagement survey — what’s working, what’s not,” said chief operating officer Scott Conine.
The cafe stocked with snacks? Very popular. Ditto for the four-month paid parental leave. The gold-plated healthcare plan? Much appreciated.
But there was a a glitch.
Peanut Butter was featured on CBS 2 Chicago as a "hidden treasue" among employee benefits. Hear from CEO David Aronson and client employee Emily Sloan from Medix in this CBS News segment.
ChicagoInno released it's list of top tech hires in Chicago for May. Included on the list is our very own Marci McCalmon. Marci brings more than 10 years of experience in HR outsourcing to the Peanut Butter team, and most recently served as VP of Operations at Rippleshot. Marci will lead customer success at Peanut Butter, ensuring client on-boarding and monthly plan administration executes flawlessly.
Check out Marci and the other ten big tech hires on ChicagoInno today.
On December 8th, Peanut Butter was named to Chicago Inno's 50 on Fire. We were honored to be recognized alonside so many other amazing organizations like Braintree, SpotHero, Signal, and others.
Chicago Inno describes 50 on Fire as, "honoring the people and organizations...that are heating up the Chicago innovation economy." This year they received hundreds of nominations and named 150 finalists before announcing the 50 on Fire.
Millennial Money is an online publication dedicated to helping millennials "crush your student loans, invest wisely, build wealth, travel more and live a richer life."
Tech.Co recently covered how employers offer studet loan repayment as a way to attract and retain talent. Peanut Butter founder and CEO Dave Aronson is featured throughout the article, speaking to the overall debt problem in America and how employers are in a unique position to help.
Founder and CEO Dave Aronson was up bright and early to be featured on WGN Radio's The Opening Bell through their CEO Spotlight segment. Dave sat down with host Steve Grzanich to discuss how big the student debt problem is, how employers are in a unique position to help solve it, and how Peanut Butter is leading the charge to enable employers to do just that.
Peanut Butter CEO David Aronson sat down with Technori CEO Scott Kitun to discuss the massive student debt problem in the US and how employers are uniquely positioned to help.
Here is a one-minute video overview explaining why student loan assistance has become the top desired benefit among college-educated workers and how Peanut Butter can help you administer this benefit.
We were thrilled to win tech startup of the year first runner-up at the recent Tech In Motion Timmy awards held at 1871. Congrats to all the winners and thank you to everyone who voted!!