We celebrate our differences
Our differences are what make us grow as people, as colleagues, and as a company
Agile squads based on strength in differences
Working at Bonzer, you're part of a growing marketing agency based on an autonomous and agile organizational structure.
Our organization is built on self-managing squads that independently handle and strengthen clients through tailor-made SEO strategies. In these squads, an anti-ego approach rules.
It's key that we all support and help each other develop through care, a team first-mindset, and always taking the time to hear each other out — no matter our differences. We take great pride in our differences and the individual competencies and skills these involve. Our differences are key: they're what make us stronger, shape our culture, and make Bonzer and our squads grow the way we want to — as people; as colleagues; as a company; as a unit.
Intensive SEO knowledge is not a must to join Bonzer
But responsibility, challenges, and fast development should excite you
Even though we live and breathe SEO, you don't have to be an SEO expert to join Bonzer. Our organization and culture are based on internal development, which means that we provide you with the right knowledge and tools to develop your marketing skills within the field of SEO. From here, it's up to you to take on responsibility, take up challenges, and strive for fast development.
Your personal and professional development are an ongoing, never-ending process that you, your colleagues, and Bonzer all collectively contribute to.
The heart of our culture
We operate with an anti-ego approach, meaning that we constantly seek to prioritize our team and the interests thereof before ourselves and our own interests.
We’re an agile organization that depends not on control, but on trust. We’re all adults, and we treat each other accordingly. Use common sense and act responsibly at any given time.
One sentence that gets repeated over and over again in Bonzer is: "People are so nice." Let’s keep being nice and showing each other the same kindness that we love to receive ourselves.
We should all call it as we see it. If something isn’t right, and if something requires a difficult talk, we have that talk instead of suppressing the issue and trying to avoid confrontation. Confrontation isn’t bad as long as we’re constructive and always act according to the rest of the Bonzer code.
Help (and ask for it) whenever you can
We all face issues (often on the daily) where we don’t necessarily have the solution ourselves. Therefore, ask for help every time you need it — and offer it every time you can.
Be a role model
As a fast-growth agency, we’re welcoming many new faces regularly. These new faces will look up to everyone at the company. Remember to always choose the high road and inspire your colleagues through your actions and behavior.
Bring your A-game
We’re not in business to stick to the status quo. We’re in business to challenge it, and that requires an above-standard level in everything we do. Therefore, we should always strive to bring our A-game and deliver the best work we possibly can.
We can’t fulfill the rest of the code without having fun. So let's have fun while working — also when times are tough.
As a business, we need to make money to grow. High performance levels benefit us all through pay rises, office upscaling, bigger and better company events, and more. This is why we strive for a high performance level and why we expect everyone to always keep performance in mind.
Benefits when working at Bonzer
We help you accelerate your professional and personal development.
Tailor your workday to your personal needs through remote work and flexible hours.
More than 60 new friends
Make new friends through Friday bars, annual global parties, and other get-togethers.
Fuel your body
Need a pick-me-up? We've got your back with snacks, coffee, and drinks at the Friday bars.
We invest in your future through our company pension program and paid company pension.
Bonzer team leaders seek to motivate you and ensure the succes of the team — not just their own success.