Crain's Names Return Path a Best Place to Work in NYC. Again.

Once again we're honored to be named one of Crain's New York Business' Best Places to Work in NYC. We're #19 in this year's ranking, joining some of the most impressive, dynamic companies in the country in one of the most competitive talent markets in the world. We're truly grateful to Crain's, to the Best Places Group, and especially to our employees whose anonymous feedback earned us this award.... Continue »

Happy 14th Birthday, Return Path!

14 Years It’s that time of the year again for the Return Path team to pause and reflect on our anniversary, and how much email has grown and evolved. It’s hard to imagine that Return Path has been around for 14 years, and even harder for me to imagine that nearly 10 years ago, I walked into an amazing company with a small, but mighty team. 13 Locations 14 isn’t a sexy number like 10, but it... Continue »

Return Path Hosts NCWIT Pacesetters Roundtable on Recruiting Women into Tech

Boulder, CO – Why are American businesses and universities struggling to attract and keep talented women in technology roles? On Thursday and Friday, November 7-8, Return Path is co-hosting a roundtable with prominent organizations from all over the country to discuss exactly that: How we can convince more women to pursue and develop careers in computing. We’re all members of the National Center... Continue »

The Return Path Dream Fund Award Goes to....

At Return Path, we believe that the passion and creativity of our employees emerge when they know their efforts make a difference in their communities. At Return Path, we encourage our employees’ efforts to build strong partnerships and add lasting value in the communities in which we operate, and we support volunteerism. By establishing the Dream Fund, Return Path is pleased to provide financial... Continue »

Why I Think Return Path is FORTUNE's #4 Best Place to Work

I joined Return Path ten years ago because Matt Blumberg convinced me that he had a vision for a better way to run a company. It was totally unlike anything I'd heard from a CEO. I started two weeks later. The idea that struck me then was simple: Everyone at Return Path lived and worked by a set of core values that instilled openness and trust, inspired people to support each other and push each... Continue »