A smart approach to selecting your new employer is critical to you career path.
When you pick a great company to work for, you gain access to meaningful opportunities, an invaluable network, and potentially life-changing equity. To help you make more informed career decisions, we created a curated list of top companies that brings together insights about growth, financials, and culture — all in one place.
How it Works
Our Top Companies Tool has information on more than 1,200 companies — funded by the top 50 tech venture capitalists. All companies have raised meaningful funding, built out their teams, and are growing rapidly.
Marketers can use this tool to discover and hone in on companies they’re interested in by filtering based on the criteria that matter most to them. Search for companies or verticals you’re aware of and interested in learning more about, or use our custom filters to discover other high-growth companies. You can filter and sort based on factors such as customer type, vertical, business model, employee size, funding, VCs, culture rankings, RevelOne’s proprietary growth stage measurement, and more. The Top Companies Tool also connects to our Marketing Jobs Tool, where you can explore over 3,500 marketing roles available at these top companies.
Company Growth Stages
Company growth stage is a key factor in selecting your next role since it impacts growth priorities, risk profiles, and how Marketing roles are constructed. Therefore, we’ve developed a company lifecycle framework for thinking about the 4 key growth stages. Within our tool, you can filter by RevelOne Stage to find companies within your preferred growth phase.
Found product-market fit and raised early rounds of funding to grow. Company is still exploring and testing marketing channels. You can impact overall strategy, wear multiple hats, and try new things, but be comfortable with less structure and rapid change. Equity has the highest upside potential (and risk) at this stage and you need to be flexible and adaptable.
Shows real momentum and repeatable growth. These companies have passed business model risk and are developing the structure to support scalable growth. Roles are starting to get more clearly defined. They have enough funding for near term security and experimentation. They may also be candidates for an early stage acquisition and have hurdles to clear before growing into a stand-alone leader. Equity still has a high upside, and there are fewer significant risk factors.
Potential winners in a key market with massive funding. They have a realistic chance of becoming the next billion-dollar company. Your equity slice will be small but likely to have value, as exits are more common here. With hundreds of employees, your role will be specialized. The org may experience some growing pains as they develop structure, but opportunities for rapid advancement and brand value on your resume are high. You’re very likely to work with very smart people and expand your network.
Clear leadership in a huge market. These companies are mature and run by seasoned executives who are building highly specialized teams. Roles fall into “traditional” functions, and processes and resources are in place. These companies are working to stay innovative and nimble despite their size. Some are public, and others have raised massive growth rounds pre-IPO. Unless you get there early, your equity likely won’t be life-changing, but they’re resume gold and filled with incredibly talented people.