Avery Komlofske

Avery Komlofske is a Built In Staff Writer covering a wide variety of Brand Studio content. He earned an undergraduate degree in english education from Purdue University, as well as a masters in humanities from the University of Chicago.

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A group of Zoro employees on a Chicago boat tour.
The e-commerce company had the opportunity to build a new office from scratch, and is using that opportunity to make collaboration easier than ever.
Coworkers racing wheeled chairs down an office hallway.
Employees are humans, so the social element of work is just as important to a company’s success as the work itself.
A large group of women from the Society of Women's Engineers, posing for a photo in a bowling alley.
Seeing other people — especially other women — be their authentic selves has inspired each of these women engineers to unleash their personal strengths.
Part of the Motorola Solutions team posing at a company booth.
Motorola Solutions helps their employees reach their highest potential. Here’s how.
A young man and woman at a table. The man is smiling and talking to the woman, who is looking over some papers.
A good manager will be able to identify what makes an exceptional sales rep and provide the training for them to succeed.
Partner Delivery Consultant Kaitlin Fox with her back to the camera, standing on a cliff overlooking water.
Qualtrics’ amazing workplace benefits help their employees have a wide range of experiences outside of work.
Minimalist art of rows of women looking in different directions. The women have a variety of different skin colors and hairstyles.
Leaders from three Chicago-based companies reveal how they are listening to their teams to develop their diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives.
Network Perception's founder, Robin Berthier, giving a presentation.
In the era of the Internet of Things, our core infrastructure is online. Network Perception protects it from cyberattacks.
White arrows, solid and outlined, superimposed on a background of a blurry road that indicates moving at high speed.
Despite economic uncertainty on the horizon, these Chicago companies plan to be agile and innovative to respond to industry changes.
Hudson River Trading's office. On the wall is a hedge with "HRT" on it.
Hudson River Trading recruits students right out of college and helps them grow into experts and leaders.
ServiceNow team members throwing confetti in the air
At ServiceNow, an employee isn’t just encouraged to be themselves — their personal strengths help grow the company’s culture.
Prisidio team photo
Prisidio wants customers to trust their product with their most sensitive documents. Here’s why they believe they should.