Local company hailed for top employee culture

The Marxent team: Leaders of the Kettering company say credit for the company’s success goes to their employees. CONTRIBUTED
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The Marxent team: Leaders of the Kettering company say credit for the company’s success goes to their employees. CONTRIBUTED

Marxent, a Kettering-based provider of augmented reality and virtual reality products and services, was recently ranked on Entrepreneur’s Top Company Cultures list, a ranking of U.S.-based businesses “exhibiting high-performance cultures,” the company said.

The Top Company Cultures list has placed Marxent at No. 8 out of 50 in the medium-sized company category, Marxent said.

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“Marxent is recognized for creating an exceptional culture that drives employee engagement, exceeds employee expectations and directly impacts company success,” the firm said in a release. “The honorees on our 2017 list are proof that strong cultures make even stronger companies. Entrepreneurs at all levels can draw inspiration from them.”

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“When we founded Marxent, my brother and I wanted to create a great place to work,” Beck Besecker, Marxent chief executive and co-founder, said in the company’s statement. “We focused on hiring passionate, dedicated team players and fostering a culture of self expression and personal growth.”

To see the full ranking, go here.

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