Mystery is a curated night out that you don’t have to plan yourself. Think Stitch Fix for restaurants, bars, and activities. For an added twist, we arrange rideshare and keep the destinations a surprise until you get there.
Mystery helps its users get out of their comfort zones by connecting them with new and exciting experiences in their city. Mystery isn't just for couples, either—we plan corporate/team building events, activities for friend groups, solo adventures—you name it.
We're innovating in a $500B market.
We're a Seattle startup doing something other than real-estate and enterprise SAAS
Early-stage company with tremendous opportunities for growth and ownership
We're currently very small/early-stage, so you'd be instrumental in establishing the structure and processes for our engineering team along with our other engineers and our CTO.
We're building software to match people with relevant experiences in their city. We're also building tools to automate the operations process of
guiding customers through their Mystery (automatically ordering/managing rides through Lyft/Uber, sending details like reservation information just-in-time as they're arriving to their stop in order to create a seamless experience, etc.)
Integrate new products/offerings into our existing mobile app.
Unlock new markets by building scrapers to automatically find out which experiences are the
hidden gemsin any given city.
Continue to increase our internal automation to minimize ops head count.
We're hustlers—we move very quickly while still respecting the importance of work/life balance. Every team member has an incredible amount of autonomy and we expect each person to be a self-starter.
In general, we don't care when/where you choose to do your work from.
We provide full medical, dental, and vision coverage.
We dogfood our product by going out on team Mysteries at least once per quarter. Beyond that, we frequently go out to local restaurants and bars together.
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