oneZero, a global leader in multi-asset enterprise trading technology solutions, has been named by Business Intelligence Group as a 2024 Best Place to Work. This prestigious award acknowledges our ongoing commitment to creating an exceptional work environment that fosters employee engagement, growth and outstanding performance.

“oneZero’s Co-Founder Jesse Johnson and I are pleased to be acknowledged again – in a process driven by employee feedback – by a group we regard as our wider family. This is one of a number of recent awards where oneZero has been recognized on a repeat basis as a company that delivers for all of our team members as we continue to grow. We were recently renamed one of the Top Places to Work by The Boston Globe and also in the Inc. 5000 – a list of the fastest-growing private companies in America,” said Andrew Ralich, CEO and Co-Founder of oneZero.

“Today’s Business Intelligence Group award is international, which means the 175 staff across our global offices find oneZero a great place to work. As the company grows, we keep working hard to instill a culture of global engagement. We want all our staff to engage on a personal level, and so we devote significant energy to a varied program of social activities, both virtual and in-person, that bring the whole oneZero community together. We feel this creates a virtuous circle that helps to drive our performance and enables us to thrive in today’s competitive technology market,” continued Ralich.

Maria Jimenez, Chief Nominations Officer of Business Intelligence Group, commended oneZero’s commitment to employee well-being and excellence.

“Congratulations to oneZero for creating a workplace culture that prioritizes employee well-being and fosters excellence,” she said. “This recognition is a testament to your dedication to building a strong and engaged workforce, even amidst challenging times. We commend your commitment to listening to employee feedback and taking action to create a truly exceptional work environment.


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