One of the admitted reasons people join startups is because of the opportunity to build something meaningful in a short period of time, while being immersed in a fast-paced environment that requires on-your-feet thinking; in other words, to experience fast growth. This passion for fast growth is usually paired with a desire to be a part of a strong company culture that values, empowers […]
It’s that time again – time to eat our weight in sugar cookies, dust off the old ugly sweater, drown our organs in festive alcohol, and bask in the glow of way too many twinkly lights. But for all things “sensory overload” that come with the holidays, this is also the time to spend with […]
Every Thursday evening Chewse celebrates Syssitia. – Syss… what now? – Syssitia! It’s pronounced sɪˈsɪtɪə and spelled τὰ συσσίτια if you’re proficient in Greek. – Got it! I think I have an idea of how to say it now, but what is Syssitia? Syssitia was an ancient Spartan and Cretan tradition. Wait, what? What does […]
We just closed a new round of funding, and we’ve been thinking a lot about the future. We’ve challenged ourselves to build the best service out there. How do we run an astoundingly great meal program? How do we create a spectacular end-to-end experience? For us to focus on these projects, we’ve had to make […]
Well, you guys, we made it. Chewse is officially #instafamous thanks to our new mascot, Sneakers the Corgi. But this isn’t a story about #instafame. This is a story about community, and how a corgi and a great meal brought a bunch of strangers together… and it’s a little about #instafame. It was Friday afternoon. […]
At Chewse, lunch time is game time. Planning and delivering meals to offices all over town takes a lot of work, and most of the time, things are smooth like butter. Our awesome team of Chewselings work hard to make the whole process work like a charm, but we’d be lying if we said that […]
This past weekend, the Chewse family caravanned up the California coast to Sonoma County for three days of team building, bonding, and – you guessed it – a whole lot of eating. Here’s our recipe for the best company retreat ever.
Most office folks spend around 2,000 hours per year at work. That’s an awful lot of time to not be taking conference calls in a zero gravity room, if you ask us. This office perk wish list is (almost) too good to be true.