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MARA wants to empower companies to create products their customers truly love.

We believe that “creating products that consumers truly love,” if taken seriously, is a great and aspirational goal. An important element in achieving this goal is that companies must make it a priority to learn from consumer feedback. MARA aims to help companies do that by ensuring that every consumer’s opinion is heard.

Our values: How we work

Our values:
We mean it!

This is not about who we want to be, but who we think we are. We tried to make crystal clear what drives us and what we see as our team’s defining values.

No bullshit.

We believe that honest and transparent communication makes everyone’s life much easier. At MARA, we value ideas over hierarchies and we openly and constructively share opinions and information – within the team and with our customers.

Embrace learning curves.

Curiosity is our strongest motivation to go the extra mile. We want to work with people and companies that are eager to learn something new at every opportunity. To evolve as a team and as individuals we live a strong feedback culture.

R.E.S.P.E.C.T.

We believe that working with people with different backgrounds and thinking styles helps us grow. We respect people for who they are and value everyone for being unique. We want to give it our best to promote equality in the workplace.

Customer is Queen.

We have a strong focus on solving problems for our customers and users. That is, at its core, our right to exist. And this focus comes natural for everyone in our team – be it our developers or sales people.

Make things happen.

Everyone in the team takes responsibility. When we see a problem, we move to solve it instead of thinking about why we can’t. Having this can-do attitude, we get a lot done and have fun along the way.

Enjoy work. And life.

We enjoy what we do, and we try to make sure that everyone working with us enjoys it as well. We want to enable everyone working at or with MARA to see personal and professional goals as complements, not opposites.