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We started in 2006 to give anyone the power to easily create their own online presence. Today, we have over 3,000 employees around the world working to create products that impact the lives of millions of people. And we’re just getting started. Our vision is big, our drive is bigger.
The Wix Way
We Build the Best Products
A real product solves a real problem, but a great product does more. A great product also creates an atmosphere, an emotional experience. Like art, great products should be beautiful, inspirational, easy to start and hard to master.
We Allow Failures
Trying to avoid mistakes costs more than making them. We encourage our employees to dream, do, test, try, try again and fail. It happens. It’s better to do 10 things, fail at 6, and have 1 incredible success, than to do 1 safe thing that isn’t amazing.
We Are Transparent
We think incredible people need to be well-informed to do incredible things. We want our employees to know what’s going on, what the plans ahead are, what worked, and what failed. That's why we have all the information out in the open.
We Are Pros
Wix employees are amazing in their fields of expertise, masters of their professions, and always improving. We think our employees should already be excellent today, not in the future, and we encourage them to never stop striving to be even better.
We Measure Everything
Measuring is the only way to find out what works to improve our products. If we can't measure the impact something made, do we really need it? We only load things to production when we know how to measure them.
We Own What We Do
Our responsibility to each other is to ensure we all have what we need to do the best job possible–and to raise hell if we don’t. We encourage our employees to say simply and directly what they think, not what people expect them to say.