The Paperplane Values.

Since the very early days of The Paperplane Company, we deeply thought about our values. These values are reflected in the company we’re building, the people we're hiring and the entrepreneurs and companies we choose to partner with. We are unapologetic and stringent about them in everything we do. Without these values The Paperplane would not be where it is today.

We're transparent.

We are always transparent with everything we do. We believe that more transparency creates more trust and stronger bonds. Establishing a relationship based on trust with employees, investors, clients and other stakeholderss with is important to us.

We're Creative.

With Paperplane the world is not limited to the size of your screen anymore. We inspire people and let them develop content in all formats. We celebrate great Design. We're extremely fast in adapting this creativity to our products and processes.

We simplify.

We think that simplicity makes things more understandable and clear. This often takes us back to the drawing board multiple times. Everything at The Paperplane is made in an intuitive and accessible way for everyone. Whenever we find that we can simplyfy process, we do it. You'll see this in our designs, documents and facilities and in the products we make.

We're respectful.

We always challenge each other's ideas and look for ground truth. However we are respectful of everyone, and understand that each person is different. Everyone at The Paperplane treats users, employees, teams, partners with dignity and respect in each step of our adventure.

We're different.

We want The Paperplane brand to have a soul. We constantly challenge the status quo. We never forget who we are. The words "That's just how it's done." have no place here with us. We always try do things differently.

We're ambitious.

We want to our products to give users and clients the best experience ever. Every day we work hard and give our best to build a excellent products. We always go the extra mile in every section of the Business. We're not happy with "good enough".