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Curate

Unrated | Madison, WI | Market Research | 11 to 50 Employees
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Our Values

We iterate to success. Our product, processes, and people are always improving.

We’re data driven. We stretch ourselves to grow fast, measuring progress with KPIs.

We solve for the customer. We look for ways to make our product easy to use and love.

We embrace adventure. We dream big, and we recognize occasional failure is the price of innovation.

We are building the best team. We hire adults and trust them.

Our Business

Curate’s software scans through public meeting agendas and minutes from cities, counties, and school board websites and sends our customers weekly reports of leads and business intelligence. Curate's customers rely on our data to help grow their business and understand their market in ways that are not possible without our technology.

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Curate is a market research company headquartered in the Madison, WI area that employs 11 to 50 people. InHerSight collects anonymous employer ratings and reviews from women for companies like Curate and shares that information publicly to empower working women to make better decisions about their careers and where they work.

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