Avery Komlofske

Avery Komlofske is a Built In Staff Writer covering a wide variety of Brand Studio content. He earned an undergraduate degree in english education from Purdue University, as well as a masters in humanities from the University of Chicago.

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Not all customers will complain when they’re not satisfied; companies need to measure the right data to predict what their clients need.
Dozens of paper hands in different colors, all reaching to surround the earth.
These five companies are managing diversity and inclusion in a global world.
In the foreground, a man with glasses is on his laptop. Behind him, a woman sits next to him with her glasses off, watching the screen intently.
Ampersand’s Stephanie Mair helps her team develop the skills and trust necessary for autonomy in their work.
A glass door of a meeting room at OpenWeb. The door has "Good conversations do great things" printed on it.
As a company that values community and conversation, OpenWeb uses its office space to bring the team together.
Bluecore's L&D team posing for a photo. Jason Arrigo and Christopher Carmena are on either side of a TV screen, sitting at a table. The TV screen shows a Zoom call of the two of them, Emily Nassir and one other employee.
Bluecore’s L&D team is populated by people with a dedication to learning and pride in the team and each other.
Some of Torch's employees posing for a photo, each holding their own painting of a body of water reflecting the moon and surrounded by cherry blossoms.
The dental ecommerce company is partnering with thousands of practices already — and setting its sales team up to care for customers old and new.
Partner Delivery Consultant Kaitlin Fox with her back to the camera, standing on a cliff overlooking water.
Qualtrics’ amazing workplace benefits help their employees have a wide range of experiences outside of work.
New York City's skyline.
From sports bets to fintech, these companies are expanding their teams.
Postscript's team posing with their logo and several large sunglass emojis.
Postscript looks for humility in its candidates and fosters it in employees to create a culture of honesty, trust and diversity.
A person from the neck down, sitting at a desk with a laptop. Imposed over the image is a circular web connecting various internet widgets.
Engineers improve technology to fill new needs — and these NYC companies are doing just that.
Wooden people in a tree-shape. One wooden person connects via red line on the ground to a red wooden person, who then branches out to three more connected by blue lines.
The sales team acts as an important midpoint of communication, sharing features with clients and helping the product team build new ones based around customer need.
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A low CSAT score or poor customer feedback is an opportunity to build a relationship and improve your product.