At this spring’s Too Funky Friday party, a George Michael tribute act shook his retro booty onstage while a bikini-clad woman danced on a stripper pole and others circulated in skimpy police and carnival costumes.
These wild soirees are used as a recruiting tool, say headhunters as well as current and former employees.
I assume it will be to do with Badoo or at least relate to online dating in one way or another.
More than 60 million people use Badoo's dating app in places like Latin America and Russia, but back home in London, all anybody knows about it are the parties. The two staffers who manage the parties full time are helping to widen the startup’s appeal.
Badoo says it hasn’t received any serious or “official” complaints about its work environment or the parties.
Andrey Andreev, the company’s 43-year-old founder and chief executive officer, says they’re meant to reward staffers, many of whom are young Russians living away from home for the first time.