Hiring Now ( Curalate – Social Media Strategist )

Curalate is looking for a Social Media Strategist with a demonstrated ability to meet (and exceed) client objectives for some of the worlds most notable brands. Youll drive effective digital marketing strategies, expand revenue with your client base, & prove Curalates value to move brands into new packages & opportunities.


  • Help your book of business understand what Curalate can drive for their brand from a revenue perspective
  • Evaluate, implement, & navigate brand strategy discussions with key decision makers
  • Analyze customer & user data to help drive insights for your clients
  • Understand client goals in order to forecast accurately & introduce new products & features

About You:

  • You have 3+ years of Digital Marketing, Social Media Strategy, or Account Management experience
  • You’re insightful, curious, & have an eye for innovative solutions for your clients
  • Youre creative, with a knack for developing compelling strategies that drive results
  • You are tech & people savvy – with a knack for negotiation

About Us:

Curalate enables brands to use social content & social audiences to sell more effectively online. Over 1,000 brands & retailers use Curalate to turn images & videos into shoppable content on their sites, social channels, ads, & emails. Curalate was launched in 2012, is an official marketing partner of Pinterest, Facebook, & Instagram & has offices in Philadelphia, New York City, Seattle & London.

No recruiters, please.

Source: https://www.garysguide.com/jobs/urvnh2g/Social-Media-Strategist-at-Curalate-New-York-NY

Hiring Now ( Blue Apron – Customer Experience, Strategy & Operations Senior Analyst )


Chefs around the world wear blue aprons when learning to cook, & for us it has become a symbol of lifelong learning. Our highly motivated group of food enthusiasts are inspired to work on complex business problems with creativity & passion, always looking to learn something new. We take preparation seriously, embrace a spirit of excellence, & put in the extra effort in everything we do. We are thrilled to be part of our customers lives, cooking & creating experiences in their home kitchens.


  • Leads execution & implementation of strategic initiatives focused on enhancing the customer experience
  • Defines near & longer term strategy for analyzing customer feedback & bringing the voice of the customer back to the business
  • Partners with cross-functional stakeholders to understand customer-impacting initiatives & work with our CX Training & Development Team to enable & empower our CX Support Team to handle customer inquiries
  • Analyzes performance data, measures impact to customers, & generates actionable insights based on trends
  • Creates business cases based on data & customer insights to prove the ROI & drive key changes
  • Identifies opportunities to improve the efficiency of CX operations through processes & tools


  • 3+ years of professional experience, preferably with a consulting background; customer experience background is a plus
  • Ability to approach problems in a structured, analytical manner & comfortable with ambiguity
  • Strong project management, process definition, & business case development skills
  • Managed fast-paced high-priority cross-functional initiatives, with an ability to work independently
  • Strong oral & written communication skills, presentation skills & Excel & PowerPoint proficiency

Blue Apron provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees & applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Blue Apron complies with applicable state & local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms & conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation & training.

Source: https://www.garysguide.com/jobs/aq4udyv/Customer-Experience-Strategy-Operations-Senior-Analyst-at-Blue-Apron-New-York-NY

Hiring Now ( Magnet Media – Social Media Editor (Remote) )

Magnet Media is a creative studio, & we believe using storytelling & datais the best way to drive business results. Our team is made up of world-class strategists & creative storytellers who use our THINK / MAKE / REACH process to develop holistic solutions for marketers. In short, Magnet helps brands tell their story, engage their target audience, & ultimately drive actions that deliver on business goals. Our strategic & creative capabilities have kept us at the forefront of digital media for 20 years, working side by side with many of the largest companies in the world , helping them derive business value from content solutions. Magnet Media’s current clients includeGoogle, Adobe, Chase, Airbnb, Complex, IBM Watson, Carbon, Revel, UBS, CitiGroup, The TED Talks, Politico, Blackrock, Spectrum, TIAA, YouTube, National Geographic Kids, PBS, Fandango, MIT Tech Press, & more.

Social Media Editor – Role Summary

The social media editor position is an ideal opportunity for a creative, talented & highly efficient editor who *loves* social media storytelling. It’s a chance to support our client campaigns by creating incredible visual stories,in both a vertical & horizontal medium, that are designed for the specific platforms (nstagram, Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, Snapchat, TikTok), & structured in a way that encourages people to share them. Our clients have the highest standards of aesthetics–and they rely on us for beautiful, emotionally compelling, “scroll-stopping” content. We’re seeking a key addition to our growing creative team who is excited about social media storytelling, loves to produce & consume social stories, & is looking forward to being a part of this inspiring effort.


We will provide a thorough brief, storyline direction, & (when possible) script or storyboards.
The SM editor will create short-form stories to be used for Social Media Channel posts, includingInstagram, Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, Snapchat, TikTok

Source: https://www.garysguide.com/jobs/76g4v48/Social-Media-Editor-Remote-at-Magnet-Media-New-York-NY

Hiring Now ( Aircall – Partner Account Manager (HubSpot) )

Aircall is on a mission to redefine the business phone.

We are an advanced cloud-based phone system, complete business phone, & call center software – all wrapped up in one single tool.

But behind our product are the people driving it. Ambition, teamwork, transparency & community – these are the values we live by at Aircall. We know that success comes from hard work & deserves to be recognized & rewarded.

So if you’re a person that loves the challenge of a startup atmosphere, enjoys solving meaningful problems, & wants to feel like part of a family – then you just might be who we’re looking for.

About the role:
As Aircall grows its platform (with more than 50 apps & integrations today), we’re doubling down on our key strategic partners (including the likes of Salesforce, Zendesk, HubSpot, Amazon, Twilio just to name a few). This role is an essential part of the customer acquisition strategy of Aircall in 2020 & onwards, which is why we’re looking for a people-person who can contribute & potentially take over our partnerships with HubSpot to drive more pipeline & revenue.

You will own the partner engagement lifecycle, & spearhead our efforts to grow revenue via business referrals, co-marketing, & co-selling initiatives, as well as build the strategic roadmap for our partnership with HubSpot. We will provide & teach you the tools & methods to get started, but you’ll have to show relentless execution, autonomy, creativity, & initiative to succeed. 

Source: https://www.garysguide.com/jobs/nct8g0m/Partner-Account-Manager-HubSpot-at-Aircall-New-York-NY

Hiring Now ( Quantcast – Lead Generation Specialist)

Quantcast, a revolutionary company focused on media analytics & targeted advertising is growing its Sales team in New York. Quantcast seeks entrepreneurial media sales professionals to grow company revenues & acquire new advertisers. We are building services that will radically change the digital media landscape & we are looking for talented individuals to expand our Field Sales team.  

The Lead Generation Specialist will report directly to a Field Sales Manager & work closely with the AEs responsible for driving new business. Your goal will be to rapidly increase the volume of opportunities being generated amongst new advertisers, while improving the quality of these new partnerships through mindful vetting. Think Quantity AND Quality!

This role offers a great opportunity to gain an education in digital advertising & accelerate your sales career. It will also grant you direct integration within our sales team.

Source: https://www.garysguide.com/jobs/t940cvl/Lead-Generation-Specialist-at-Quantcast-New-York-NY

To keep COVID-19 patients home, some U.S. states weigh house arrest tech

As the United States begins reopening its economy, some state officials are weighing whether house arrest monitoring technology – including ankle bracelets or location-tracking apps – could be used to police quarantines imposed on coronavirus carriers.

But while the tech has been used sporadically for U.S. quarantine enforcement over the past few weeks, large scale rollouts have so far been held back by a big legal question: Can officials impose electronic monitoring without an offense or a court order?

Case in point is Hawaii, which considered the sweeping use of GPS-enabled ankle bracelets or smartphone tracking apps to enforce stay-at-home orders given to arriving air passengers, according to Ronald Kouchi, the president of the Hawaii state senate.

Kouchi said Hawaiian officials were concerned that many travelers were flouting the state’s 14-day quarantine order, putting the archipelago’s inhabitants at risk. But he said that the plan for mass tracking of incoming travelers – inspired by similar technology in place in South Korea – was put on the back burner after the Hawaii attorney general’s office raised concerns.

“America is America,” Kouchi told Reuters. “There are certain rights and freedoms.”

In response to written questions to the attorney general’s office, Hawaii’s COVID-19 Joint Information Center said the “various ideas being evaluated for tracking those under mandatory quarantine in response to the COVID-19 pandemic are right now just that, ideas.”

Similar ideas have already been executed in a few other states, albeit on a much smaller scale.

Seven people who broke quarantine rules in Louisville, Kentucky were court-ordered to wear GPS-tracking devices manufactured by Colorado-based SCRAM Systems, according to Amy Hess, the city’s chief of public services. She told Reuters that while she would rather not have had to use the devices at all, state law permitted the imposition of home confinement to protect public health.

“We don’t want to take away people’s freedoms but at the same time we have a pandemic,” she said.

In West Virginia’s capital, Charleston, Kanawha County Sheriff Mike Rutherford told Reuters his force had leased 10 additional location-monitoring ankle bracelets from GEO Group Inc. at the outset of the epidemic “to be on the safe side,” although he said they’ve so far just sat on the shelf.

Industry executives including Shadowtrack Technologies Inc. President Robert Magaletta, whose Louisiana-based company supplies nearly 250 clients across the criminal justice system, said they had fielded calls from state and local governments about repurposing their tools for quarantine enforcement, although they wouldn’t name the prospective buyers.

Kris Keyton, of Arkansas-based E-Cell, said he had recently been approached by a state agency that wanted to adapt his detainee-tracking smartphone app for quarantine enforcement.

He said the changes the agency requested were purely cosmetic, including swapping out the word “client” – E-Cell’s term for arrestees – with the word “patient.”

“They just wanted to reskin our app,” he said.


The industry has two main ways of keeping track of offenders: One is through the traditional ankle bracelet, a battery-powered device which is fastened to a person’s leg and is monitored through GPS. The other is through a smartphone app, either used in conjunction with facial or voice recognition technology to make sure it’s attached to the right person or, as with the app made by E-Cell, tethered via Bluetooth to a fitness tracker-style wrist band to ensure it stays on or near the person it is meant to follow.

A QR code-enabled version of the app-and-wrist band solution is already being used in Hong Kong to enforce quarantines on incoming travelers. Poland uses a facial recognition-powered version of the technology that regularly prompts users to upload a selfie to prove they’re indoors.

Other governments are weighing similar technology, said Magaletta of Shadowtrack, who said he was in talks with half a dozen countries in Asia, Europe, and Latin America.Slideshow (3 Images)

In a call with reporters last month, Jay Stanley of the American Civil Liberties Union noted that several governments were toying with the idea of using smartphones as ad hoc ankle monitors.

“As a technological matter that probably would be effective as long as too much precision is not expected,” Stanley said. But he cautioned that enforcement approach to public health “often tends to backfire.”

Magaletta also foresaw thorny issues as far as the United States was concerned, saying he was less comfortable tracking patients with COVID-19 than he was enforcing house arrests for convicted criminals.

“Can you actually constitutionally monitor someone who’s innocent?” he asked. “It’s uncharted territory.”

Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-coronavirus-quarantine-tech/to-keep-covid-19-patients-home-some-u-s-states-weigh-house-arrest-tech-idUSKBN22J1U8

Facebook to allow employees to work remotely until year end

Facebook Inc said on Friday it would allow its workers who are able to work remotely to do so until the end of the year as the coronavirus pandemic forces governments to extend stay-at-home orders to curb the spread of the disease.

The social media giant also expects most offices to stay closed until July 6, according to a company spokesperson.

The virus, which has infected more than 3.8 million people globally so far, has forced strict lockdowns in most countries and changed the way businesses function, with work from home emerging as the new norm.


Free beer! German brewery gives away beverages it can’t sell

Unable to deliver to hotels and restaurants closed due to coronavirus restrictions, a German brewery on Thursday gave away some 2,600 litres (690 gallons) of beer.

Rather than throwing it away, the owners of the Willinger brewery, in the western state of Hesse, decided to dish out the light and dark beer free of charge.

Owner Franz Mast said he needed to empty the tanks as soon as possible to fill them up again with fresh beer and be ready for when bars are allowed to reopen.

The move went down well. Dozens of people stood patiently in line outside the brewery, wearing masks and keeping to social distancing recommendations. Many took full buckets and boxes back home.

“We also want to thank people, and we hope they are as supportive once we reopen, that they come here, recommend us,” Mast told Reuters Television.

The Deutsche Brauer Bund beer association has warned that brewers are facing a collapse in sales due to a slump in exports, especially to China and Italy. The lockdown at home, meanwhile, has left restaurants and bars shut and football stadiums empty.

Bavaria’s Oktoberfest, the world’s biggest beer festival, has been cancelled.

The brewery had initially planned to give out 540 litres on Thursday, but that amount was gone within hours.

“I hope it helps the brewery, that is why we are here. This way, we can sit in the garden later today, in the sun, and have a nice Willinger beer,” said customer Natalie Julius.

Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-coronavirus-germany-beer/free-beer-german-brewery-gives-away-beverages-it-cant-sell-idUSKBN22J382

Sony to make, donate face shields to Japan hospitals

Sony Corp said on Friday it will manufacture and donate medical face shields to hospitals in Japan, amid worries about the availability of protective equipment for healthcare workers dealing with the coronavirus pandemic.

Sony joins a growing list of global companies such as Boeing and Exxon Mobil helping to provide hospitals with face shields, which protect frontline workers from potential virus-containing droplets released by coughing, sneezing and other forms of close contact.

The Japanese technology and entertainment company said it has begun producing face shields repurposed from eye shields normally used by surgeons to view images on Sony’s 3D medical monitors.

Sony said it will also help mass produce ventilators designed and developed by medical goods maker ACOMA Medical Industry Co. Production is due to begin in July, with plans to manufacture 500 units by the end of September.

Japan has reported over 16,000 coronavirus cases and 603 deaths from the flu-like respiratory illness.

Source: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-coronavirus-sony/sony-to-make-donate-face-shields-to-japan-hospitals-idUSKBN22K12H

Apple Grants COPAN Diagnostics $10M To Produce More Coronavirus Testing Kits

Apple is tapping its Advanced Manufacturing Fund to extend a $10 million grant to COPAN Diagnostics so it can step up the production of its coronavirus testing kits.

The money will help COPAN Diagnostics quickly increase supplies of its COVID-19 sample collection kits from several thousand to over 1 million each week by the beginning of July. The goal is to ensure that all hospitals nationwide can diagnose and monitor people suffering from COVID-19.

“We feel a deep sense of responsibility to do everything we can to help medical workers, patients, and communities support the global response to COVID-19,” Jeff Williams, chief operating officer for Apple, said in a statement on Thursday (May 7). 

He added that COPAN Diagnostics is among the “most innovative manufacturers of sample collection kits for COVID-19 testing.” 

In addition to the funding, the Silicon Valley tech giant will help COPAN Diagnostics move to a bigger facility in Southern California. In addition, Apple will help the manufacturer design innovative equipment. It is anticipated that the expansion will generate over 50 new jobs.

Norman Sharples, chief executive officer of COPAN Diagnostics, said the partnership with Apple is already helping it step up efforts to increase the production of sample collection and transport kits, which are critical to fighting the coronavirus.

He added that partnership with Apple aligns with COPAN’s “strong beliefs of innovation, quality, and excellence in manufacturing and design.”

Apple said it is planning to source equipment and materials for COPAN from U.S. firms, such as K2 Kinetics in York, Pennsylvania, and MWES in Waukesha, Wisconsin.

Apple’s Advanced Manufacturing Fund was launched in 2017 with $1 billion and has since grown to $5 billion. The goal of the fund is to help American companies that are fostering innovation and growth in the U.S. manufacturing sector. 

Apple is also among numerous U.S. companies that helped obtain face masks and distribute them to the hospitals needing them most. 

Source: https://www.pymnts.com/apple/2020/apple-grants-copan-diagnostics-10m-to-produce-more-coronavirus-testing-kits/