Technology has been - and continues to be - the catalyst for GetYourGuide’s growth. Now, our work in Design, Engineering, and Product is shaping the global travel experiences category. And you can help.See open roles
Finding incredible things to do can be hard. Is the experience available? Can you book with trust and flexibility? What else is there to do? Is it truly worth it? Problems like these can be complex. At GetYourGuide, we are constantly innovating - often from the ground up - to solve these and more.
What we build enables our customers to book unforgettable experiences and our partners to grow their businesses. This is a complex task that comes with an extraordinary opportunity. From developing the fintech infrastructure that simplifies customer payments to shaping the next leg of our growth journey, you can build incredible things at GetYourGuide, on a global scale.
GetYourGuide employees have designed and built products for some of the most successful companies on the planet. So you’ll often work in teams where no two life experiences or backgrounds would be alike. What would be, though, is the passion for challenging the status quo and relentlessly solving problems that matter.
suppliers on the GetYourGuide platform
countries where customers can book an experience
experiences in our catalog
One thing in particular that I love about GetYourGuide is the culture. In Zurich it's easy to casually bump into each other at the office, meet new people, and have random chats about life and work. In fact, it was only since starting this job that I realized how much I missed this social element during the pandemic when we were all working from home.
Product managers work with their teams and stakeholders in order to execute. Thus, we expect Product Managers to demonstrate leadership in order to motivate their teams, negotiate with and influence others, and sell their vision internally and externally.
Our goal is to make designers a partner to PM and Engineering in their contribution to the product. To achieve this, we need to build relationships and trust. The people on our team are not afraid to ask questions and speak up for our users. They also believe design should not be a black box, and make sure that the process is transparent and open to feedback from their peers. This helps build a collaborative environment and I see that our cross-functional teams truly enjoy working together.
To shape the global experiences category, we need a tech stack that can stand the test of time. And while not everything makes the cut, we are constantly evaluating and assessing new technologies that help us improve and innovate better.
2-day hackathons where you are allowed to work on a project of your choice with colleagues in varying domains across the organization.
They occur every 2 months and provide an opportunity to try something new, build something impactful, and/or meet new people. Here you can learn, build, ship, and have a lot of fun.
171 Ideas pitched
132 Projects executed
Cross-functional communities are great to focus people on a specific outcome.
People in the same role in different teams may have less interaction with each other.
Guilds bring these people back together to share knowledge and create learning communities.
Books are a great source of learning and relearning. And we love them at GetYourGuide. If you do too, you can join groups like the UX Book Club and Technical Book Club.
Our teams come together to share technical learnings. Happens every Thursday.