The Fracture Mission
To redefine the way consumers print and frame their digital pictures
Fracture is creating photo decor to help you print your favorite pictures by combining innovative manufacturing, elegant design, and a dead-simple e-commerce platform.
Translation: we're engineering how you will print and frame your favorite pictures. We imagine, design, manufacture, and sell photo products specifically designed for you. (If you're a cost-conscious yet stylish individual who loves taking photos and coming up with creative ways to display them)
Our first product, printed glass Fractures, have sold over 30,000 units and generated over $500k in revenue in the past 18 months. We welcomed over 10,000 new customers in the past year and we know we've just hit the tip of the iceberg.
Our team is young, hungry, and excited to disrupt the digital photo printing and framing industry.
Our company founders came up with the idea on a non-profit trip to Swaziland, Africa, and have since been obsessed with becoming the Apple of photo decor.
Our team is multidisciplinary- we've got marketers, engineers, artists, and a former navy officer who runs one tight ship.
Life at Fracture
We've got the machinery ( $500k+ in cutting edge equipment). We've got the space (A 6000 sq.ft newly remodeled facility in downtown Gainesville, FL) We've waited too long to put together the perfect blend of talent and passion to make Fracture really take off. Now it's time to make it happen and find the missing pieces of our team. Here's what we're looking for:
In every Fracture teammate
- Hunger: you want to be here. In fact, YOU'D pay US to have the chance to put your stamp on an emerging company.
- Humility: you know what you know, but more importantly, you know what you don't know. Your job is never done. You're an eternal student with one focus: always improving.
- Ambition: you could push paper around at another job with no real motivation, or you could shoot for the stars and give your everything to make an impact on how people display their favorite memories. You know it's up to you.
- Work Ethic: First one in, last one out. You lose track of time and your surr