Loom is video messaging for work. Combining the expressiveness of video with the convenience of messaging, Loom is a new, more efficient and effective way of bringing your work to life and communicating with co-workers and customers.
With Loom, you can record your screen, voice, and face to create an instantly shareable video in less time than it would take to type an email. From onboarding new employees, troubleshooting customer issues, or code reviews, Loom makes it easy to get your message across quickly and clearly.
Our values guide our decisions, and we make a habit of recognizing one another for embodying them.
Ask for More – We surround ourselves with individuals who consistently raise the bar in everything they do — who ask for more from themselves and everyone around them.
Remote First – We want to work with the best people, no matter where they are. It’s critical we communicate in a way that everyone is able to engage as equals.
Embrace the Weird – It’s our weird parts that come together and make a very special whole as we all bring unique perspectives to the table. Here’s to the weird ones!
Lead with Transparency – When information is open and accessible we’re able to make better decisions, faster. It’s our default. We only consider privacy if someone will be negatively impacted.
Growth through Empathy – Let go of negative feelings and instead focus on personal growth. We care for each other deeply which is where the most growth happens.
Loom’s interactive video messaging expanded during the pandemic as many people began working remotely. In 2021, the company’s user base has grown at a rate of 900% year-over-year.
What We Stand For
Loom enables individuals, teams, and organizations to communicate more authentically. We aspire to build a company and a product where everyone feels seen, heard, and appreciated.
What We’re Doing
We want to build a culture where everyone has what they need to thrive and where identity is not a barrier to impact. We’re focused on doing the foundational work of making this a reality. We still have a long way to go, but we’re committed to seeing it through.