Join The Corporate Rebels Movement Now!
This week we released the new Corporate Rebels website. Since going live, the amount of visitors has gone through the roof! And that's a good thing. When it comes to sparking a revolution, every rebel counts. To celebrate, we hereby release another new feature. Check it out.
Platform for the revolution
With the launch of an entirely new website we will drive the growth of the movement. Every new rebel that joins adds to the impact we will all have.
To stress the importance of people joining the movement, today we reveal another important aspect to the website. A page that summarizes how you can get involved. Here’s where, over time we'll add new ways to get involved.
Are you ready to be a nonconformist? A protester? A troublemaker, revolutionary, or activist? Are you ready to join the movement to make work more fun?
Are you ready to be a nonconformist? A protester? A troublemaker, revolutionary, or activist? Great, here's how to join the movement to make work more fun.
Great, there are multiple ways to get involved. Check out this page to learn how.
Looking for other ways to get involved? Or do you have additional suggestions to grow the community? Share your ideas in the comments below.
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