It’s in our DNA. There are, however, a few things that remain constant no matter what we do. These are lessons we’ve learned along the way. This is who we are:
We operate in the right now. We don’t set deadlines three months out, we set them for tomorrow, and then we crush those deadlines.
We care less about roles and more about solutions that move us forward. Got the skills to help solve a problem? Roll up your sleeves and get in there.
We don’t do things because “that’s the way we’ve always done it.” We evaluate every process, and fix what doesn’t work. From restructuring businesses to swapping desks, we’ll change what needs changing.
Our greatest asset is our people. We empower our employees to be the authors of our story. We act—and hustle—like owners. We heavily invest in learning and development opportunities and programs for every stage of an employee’s career. Red Ventures is for problem solvers and entrepreneurial thinkers. It’s for people ready to pitch in, work hard, and have a lot of fun in the process.
This is an open office, flat-structured, teamwork-driven, hard-working, inclusive environment. At work, we believe people should feel free to say what they think, not what they think leadership wants to hear. The result is a culture of collaborative employees that do whatever it takes to make sure the team succeeds.
Road to Hire provides high school graduates in the Carolinas with on-the-job and in-class sales and tech training, breaking down economic mobility barriers and paving the way for other companies to grow talent and enrich their communities.
LifeHoops is a Charlotte-based program that combines basketball, mentorship, and academicsto empower young men to become leaders in their communities.
Golden Door Scholars invests in education and career access for high-performing Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) studentsusing an accountability-driven approach and pay-it-forward model.
Rebuild Puerto Rico is devoted to long-term relief and rebuilding efforts in response toHurricane Maria. Following months of fundraising and a personal pledge from Ric Elias himself, Rebuild Puerto Rico awards new homes to deserving families who were left homeless after the storm.
Forward787 is deploying $100M to build world-class companies in Puerto Rico. The funds will catalyze Puerto Rico's economic revitalization through investments in human capital, technology and business modernization.