Unlock the potential of digital-first work.
We believe digital work has the unique potential for growth, connection, craft, and freedom. That potential isn’t always realized. Our mission is to bring it to life for our team and our clients.
We’re a talented, tight-knit Canadian team recognized throughout the industry for punching way above our weight. We work with fast-growing digital consumer brands.
If this sounds like a place for you, let’s chat.
Freedom & Connection
- Flexible, 35-hour work-week
- Work from anywhere
- Two team-wide offsites per year
Health & Wellness
- Benefits with drug and full dental
- Flexible Health Spending Account
- Budget for home and co-working setups
- Three week’s vacation
- Leave for cultural/religious events
- Unlimited sick days
Learning & Development
- Individual career growth planning
- Regular roundtables and coffee chats
- Budget for courses and conferences
What makes a Flywheeler
You're in on remote work.
You understand the trade-offs of remote-first work and are comfortable delivering with a high level of autonomy.
You're interested in growing.
You may not work at Flywheel forever. Eventually, you may start your own business, lead a brand, or become a yogi. But right now, you’re looking to learn from the best and become the best.
You have one or two things you’re insanely good at, and many more that you’re good enough at. You prefer not to be boxed in as a specialist or a generalist.
You're a capable communicator.
You know how to work across teams and how to get your message across, whether on Slack, Zoom or in person.
🧘 Self-Reflection (Autology)
n – the study of oneself.
We believe that the most rewarding work happens when you like what you do and you’re improving. The only way to get there is through reflection.
Enthusiasm is like caffeine. When you’re excited about your work and share that, it brings people and ideas up around you. An energized flow of ideas creates the conditions for growth.
🎧 Intentional Communication
In a digital work environment, there’s no room for getting communication wrong. We are intentional about how, when, and what we communicate—to create a culture we love.
From 2000 to 2014, the Spurs and Lakers each won 5 NBA titles. The Lakers won by catering their culture to their top stars. The Spurs won by building a culture in which everyone had the opportunity to contribute. We’re like the Spurs, not the Lakers.