Volt Named One of Washington's 100 Best Places to Work
Seattle, WA—Friday, June 23, 2017: Volt Athletics Inc. (Volt), the global leader in technology solutions for sport performance training, announced that it has been named one of Washington state’s 100 Best Companies to Work For, according to Seattle Business Magazine.
Volt is a fast-growing sports tech company that brings professional-level sport performance training to over 80,000 athletes and teams worldwide.
While most fitness apps track what a user has already done, Volt actually tells the user what to do. Volt provides sport-specific, professionally designed strength and conditioning programs that grow and adapt to the user throughout their training. Using Volt’s proprietary Intelligent Training System, athletes can walk into the weight room with their unique training plan and trust Volt to deliver the proper workout for them, every time.
For current openings at Volt, visit www.voltathletics.com/careers.
Seattle Business Magazine's 100 Best Companies to Work For winners were chosen by a panel of judges who reviewed over 31,000 confidential employee surveys across the state of Washington. Volt was selected for its corporate culture, executive leadership, performance standards, workplace environment, and more.
“As a growing company, our focus is building a team that’s dedicated to our mission of providing better training to more athletes worldwide,” said Volt Co-Founder and CEO Dan Giuliani. “Being recognized by Seattle Business Magazine as one of the best 100 companies to work for in the state of Washington is a huge honor, and speaks to the quality of people we have here at Volt HQ.”
About Volt® Athletics
Volt Athletics Inc.® (‘Volt’) is a Seattle-based sports tech company that brings professional-level sport performance training to athletes and teams worldwide. Volt’s proprietary Intelligent Training System leverages decades of proven strength and conditioning research and science to build hyper-personalized training plans delivered through an intelligent training system.
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