Rohr + Storrie Shape Sifted’s Success in Austin

Austin is relaxed but energetic, down-home but cultured, sophisticated but never succumbing to convention. The values of The 512 perfectly align with those of the Sifted family. Together, they celebrate community, craftsmanship, homegrown flavors, and originality.Our newest business development manager and city manager, Lauren Rohr and Jo Storrie, share why they love Austin and how the Silicon Hills can benefit from the perks of lunch.

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Jess LeggeAustin, Sifted Team
Sifted spotlight // Lori Barratt, City Manager of Nashville

Our team works nation-wide to make our clients’ lunch program the highlight of their week. We set goals and then double them. We’re reinventing corporate catering. We take an all-hands-on-deck mentality: our teams are constantly collaborating and learning from each other’s unique challenges, experiences, and strengths. In this series, we give you the dirty deets on the creative minds and extraordinary individuals behind the Sifted experience.

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The ROI of a Sifted Lunch Program

Companies brag about their perks. Bigger is better. Fewer rules means happier employees. Or so we’re led to believe. But what about the impact of the investment? Is the ping-pong table a reason people are signing their offer letters? Is the new renovation bringing the team more joy at work? Is the beer keg inspiring creativity and productivity?We like perks. But we love perks that can show us a return on the investment.

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Get to Know Our Atlanta Host – Krissy

Hosts are the heart of our team. They create experiences for our clients onsite by styling food + telling the story of our menu. Our hosts know our eaters’ habits so that everyone feels like an individual when they come to the lunch table.Being friendly, inclusive + hardworking seems to come naturally to Krissy, one of our Atlanta hosts.

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Jess LeggeAtlanta
How Startups Can Keep Their Teams Swimming

Startups must understand what attracted talent to their company in the first place, and seek to find what aspects of the work environment are most meaningful to employees. The kind of talent you want to stick around doesn’t walk out the door because your conference tables aren’t as trendy as Facebook’s. It doesn’t walk out the door because you cut the company-branded t-shirt this year. But they will jet the second they feel undervalued.

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What We Learned From the Other Pitches at #ATLSV

The room in the Atlanta Tech Village last night was electrifying. All weekend (and honestly all month) we’ve been looking forward to and preparing for our opportunity to pitch at the 39th ATLSV. This meetup is the largest monthly entrepreneurship gathering of its kind, and previously we’ve had the pleasure of hearing so many awesome companies present their game-changing ideas as we sip on beer and absorb some of their energy. 

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Reducing Food Waste While Supporting Nashville

Our clients love our communities as much as their own teams. We feel the same way. With a new menu everyday, and people in and out of the office, leftovers happen. Really good leftovers happen. Reducing food waste and finding ways to take care of our city is important to us.  We’ve spent the last several months researching and trying out different solutions, and we’re glad to say we’re partnering with Nashville Rescue Mission.

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