Mad For MailChimp | Sneak Peek Into the Holy Grail of Cool Offices

Meet MailChimp – a bootstrapper’s Cinderella story. On September 1st, 2009 the Atlanta-based email marketing company announced that they were adopting the freemium model. A year later they had grown their user base five times over (85,000 to 450,000+ users). These bunch of monkeys have been multiplying ever since (and no rich Prince Charming was needed – they are still completely privately owned). Now over 9 million people use MailChimp to design and send 600 million emails every day and Hypepotamus is one of them. You subscribe to us right?

Atlanta’s most sought after employer can be found taking up an entire floor of the hip-new-mixed-use-behemoth, Ponce City Market. We’re pealing back the banana and giving you a deep dive into MailChimp’s beautiful new home. For the full effect whip out your waffle maker, string up your kitty garland, and salivate over the crave-worthy culture of this Atlanta institution. Want in? Apply to one of their many openings for creative and tech talent.

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DSC_0509 DSC_0529The Scoop on the Photos and Features at MailChimp:

  • Tattly machine was a gift from the fine folks there
  • Fresh Pots sign was created by Atlanta’s own The Neon Company
  • The full wall mural is by Swampy
  • The mural behind the smiling faces at the desk is by Brooklyn-based artist Never
  • Freddie, The butterfly, was created by Atlanta puppeteer Raymond Carr for the 2015 Inman Park Festival parade
  • The mural in the Coffee Hour space was created by Brussels artist collective Hell’o Monsters.
  • Call Me When You Get This is by Stephen Powers’
  • Many of the additional murals were commissioned by Living Walls