Focused on enriching people's lives by connecting the world, we make doing business in China easy for everyone by developing and delivering cloud software and consultancy services.
We are a fast-growing startup doing business towards China, the largest market in the world, with an international team made up of smart and hard-working people. This is the place where you’ll get the responsibilities and freedom to do your best work, and make an impact, from where you need to be.
GoDigitalChina (GDC) is a distributed SaaS company, headquartered in Norway, founded in 2015, with team members in China, Australia, Mexico, Pakistan, Germany, Spain, and more. We are open for remote work across all time zones.
At the beginning of 2019, we launched the software as a service offering AdChina.io to make it easy for everyone to advertise in China. Through GoDigitalChina.com, we offer consultancy services for international companies entering or growing their China business.
To learn a bit more about us and how we work, here are our company rules:
1. Do the right thing.
2. Be honest.
3. Keep promises.
4. Mistakes are allowed.
5. Talk is cheap, everyone should deliver.
6. Be understanding and patient.
7. Show gratitude.
8. Use your brain.
9. Be positive.
10. Avoid complaining.
We get together twice a year in person for all-hands meetings and team building. (Though the two last all-hands have been online due to Covid-19)
You will be expected to be available online using instant messaging software (We use Slack and WeChat) during your work, of which at least 4 hours daily should be overlapping European working hours.
You'll be attending weekly all-hands team meetings on Mondays, marketing meetings on Tuesdays, sharing sessions on Fridays, and outside of that, we keep in regular touch via Slack, WeChat, and video hangouts as needed throughout the week.
Ps. Most of us who work in GoDigitalChina today have a special connection or interest in China, and we would love to hear what makes you want to work at a company whose aim is to bridge the gap between the world and China.