Avery Komlofske

Avery Komlofske is a Built In Staff Writer covering a wide variety of Brand Studio content. He earned an undergraduate degree in english education from Purdue University, as well as a masters in humanities from the University of Chicago.

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A pair of hands holding a phone and a credit card, in front of a laptop.
Leaders from Funding Circle and Melio give their insight into the evolution of fintech in 2023.
Hands from employees around a table pointing at charts and graphs on a screen.
Customers want to see their feedback addressed; to make that happen, companies need to measure feedback that matters.
Team high-fiving
It can be difficult to find a sales job that fits you perfectly — Built In Colorado is here to help narrow the search.
A scientist looking over several large, hexagonal panels of metal in a lab.
Ball Aerospace has the only dedicated cryogenics team in the commercial space industry — and their tight-knit culture is the key to their success.
Four wooden number blocks, spelling out 2022 turning into 2023.
These businesses are looking to expand their teams to prepare for next year’s goals.
Two men and one woman sitting around a table with a laptop on it, having a discussion. In the background, a blue wall that reads "We are Vendavo" can be seen.
Through the acquisition, Vendavo considered all aspects of both teams — people, processes and technology.
ServiceNow team members throwing confetti in the air
At ServiceNow, an employee isn’t just encouraged to be themselves — their personal strengths help grow the company’s culture.
Hotel Engine team members collaborating on a project
As the tech industry faces major challenges, Hotel Engine’s culture of resilience and flexibility helps it keep growing.
SambaSafety team members at Disneyland
SambaSafety’s employees have every other Friday off all summer — and not only is it helping their mental health, it’s making them a better team.
New hire being introduced to the rest of the team
Scholars’ product brings transparency to the early-career recruiting experience — which is good for candidates and companies alike. Here’s how they do it.
Homebot logo on the wall in the office
When Homebot decided to roll out new values, they got help from the most important place they could: Homebotters.
Man holding a paper heart in the colors of rainbow
These Colorado businesses know that their employees need support all year, not just during Pride month.