Path Interactive Named #4 on 2017 Crain’s Best Places to Work in NYC

Michael Coppola Michael Coppola December 7, 2017 Category Agency News Press Room

NEW YORK, December 5th, 2017 –  Path Interactive has been named the #4 best place to work in the NYC area, according to a recent study conducted through a partnership of Crain’s New York and the Best Companies Group. The list highlights exceptional employers that strive to benefit the city’s economy while maintaining a highly engaged and fulfilled workforce.

After sharing an unranked list of the 100 Best Places to Work in NYC earlier this fall, Crain’s announced the numerical rankings for the companies listed at a private luncheon held on December 1st. Path Interactive, which has appeared on the list for three consecutive years, once again climbed in the ranks, surpassing the #5 spot they earned in 2016 and the #39 position they held in 2015.

The prestigious list bases rankings on data collected from company employees and employers. While high-level data from the employers, such as turn-over rates and company perks, accounts for 25% of the ranking process, it’s the employee opinions which do the heavy lifting, accounting for 75% of the calculation. The ranking strategy happens to match Path Interactive’s ethos. “We strive to be an employee-led culture and not dictate too much from the top down. Letting people have more flexibility allows them to create an environment that’s most conducive to their success”, said CEO, Michael Coppola.

Crain's Best Places to Work 2017In addition to that latitude, Path Interactive provides employees with unlimited vacation days, company-covered healthcare deductibles, weekly fitness classes at local hotspots like SoulCycle and Barry’s Bootcamp, and a bevy of other benefits aimed at reducing both work and life tensions. While the company, is committed to continuing these initiatives, Coppola stresses that he believes it’s the culture and not the perks that ultimately drove this win. “It’s easy to schedule a group activity and call it a day, but it’s really about fostering the kind of connections between people that would make them want to spend that time with each other. We encourage communication, collaboration, and genuine friendship between members of the Path Interactive team,” he stated.

The strategy seems to be paying off. In addition to the Crain’s victory, the company recently scored the #4 spot on the 2017 Ad Age Best Places to work list and was named the 2017 North America winner of the Google Premier Partner for Display Innovation. The latter win was based on their revolutionary work for talent acquisition suite, iCIMS, which connected offline conversions to impressions on the Google Display Network (GDN) and helped prove the value of display media as a digital marketing channel. (More info on the project) The company is optimistic that their winning streak is just beginning to ramp up.

See the full 2017 list of Ad Age’s Best Places to Work

About Path Interactive:

Path Interactive is a digital marketing agency headquartered in New York City’s Flatiron District. Their expertise spans a full range of marketing services including SEM and display management, SEO, website design and development, and social media marketing. Path Interactive’s client list includes respected brands such as Zagat, Time Inc., Scholastic, Carmex, and Jackson Hewitt. They are recent winners of Google’s 2017 Display Innovation Award in the Americas, the 2017 WebAward for Outstanding Achievement in Web Development, and the Award of Excellence and Distinction in the 23rd Annual Communicator Awards. They have appeared on the Crain’s Best Places to Work list in 2015, 2016, and 2017, and on the AdAge Best Places to Work list in 2016 and 2017, most recently ranking #4. Learn more about their work at

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