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N/A Ability to Telecommute
N/A Equal Opportunities for Women and Men
N/A Family Growth Support
N/A Female Representation in Top Leadership
N/A Flexible Work Hours
N/A Learning Opportunities
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N/A Maternity and Adoptive Leave
N/A Paid Time Off
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N/A Wellness Initiatives

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HoneyBook was established in 2013 by four friends who shared the pain of planning their major life events. As newlyweds, they found themselves collecting and signing countless contracts, managing emails and phone calls from upwards of 50 vendors each, and worst of all, writing paper checks (yes, they still make those).

Determined to find a better way, the four co-founders—Naama, Shadiah, Oz and Dror—met with hundreds of creative businesses and their clients. Shortly after, HoneyBook was born and has quickly gained traction in the events industry by revolutionizing the way event pros run their business.


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