DNA: Sustainability Mindset + Core Values + Growth Culture

A place where you can seize opportunities to advance innovation – take initiative, experiment, learn, build, scale, grow, and show real impact.

Working at Simsy Ventures

Take advantage of a lifetime opportunity to be part of building multiple startups from scratch with better growth prospects, stability, and protection. Also, have access to multiple career opportunities through our portfolio companies.

Our company runs on a pillar of sustainability mindset, core values, and growth culture; together, they make up our DNA that explains why, how, and what we do things with passion, so matching our company DNA involves aligning ourselves. We believe in hard work and creative thinking, and results come from within. We are constantly striving to get better, and we are not afraid to take risks to explore and improve our capacities. We have established a culture that fosters innovation and growth.

We help you pursue a career, whether you’re starting as an intern or tackling different challenges to forge your own success. You may use cross-functional roles to pursue particular interests such as research, design, technology, marketing, sales, support, or management. We provide a unique opportunity to learn all of the stages involved in the venture building cycle; from idea generation, market research, sustainability mapping, product-market fit, traction & unit economics, growth hacking, market validation, launch a new venture to ongoing support services.

Skills that matter for growth

Our DNA alignment is fundamental to being a member of our team. We also value associates who sharpen the following skills to achieve sustainable career development.

Active Learning

An approach to instruction that involves actively engaging students with the learning material through discussions, problem-solving, case studies, role plays, and other methods.


Coachability is not an innate or technical skill. It’s a mental trait defined by your ability to be coached. It’s determined by your emotional ability to handle the necessary criticism and pressure from your coach.

Leadership & Social Influence

Social influence and leadership skills are closely linked because leaders are a product of their environment, and the embodiment of their beliefs allows them to influence group members beliefs and behaviors.

Critical & Analytical Thinking

A person who is able to use logic and critical thinking to analyze a situation is known as a critical thinker. A person who uses logic and critical thinking to analyze a situation is known as a critical thinker.

Technology: Most In-Demand

Developing the skills that most employers need is key to your success. e.g. data science, artificial intelligence, machine learning, web 3.0, mobile apps, cloud computing, blockchain, metaverse, UX/UI, and the internet of things.

Emotional intelligence

Emotional intelligence, also known as emotional intelligence or EQ, is the ability to understand, use, and manage your emotions in a positive way to relieve stress, communicate effectively, empathize with others, overcome challenges, and defuse conflicts.

Business Analysis

Identifying and solving problems are the basis for discipline for business analysis and application. Solutions often involve a software development component, but may also include process improvements, organizational change, strategic planning, or policy development.

Persuasion and Negotiation

The nature of compromise is inherently driven toward both parties moving closer together in order to arrive at a compromise. Directing or influencing, on the other hand, entails getting the opposite person to agree to your proposition. The art of persuasion is called negotiation.


In a busy office, team success can be led well by effective communication. The ability to relay vital information in a brief message, by phone, or by email makes a person an important element of any team. Providing instructions and clearly describing goals is important so that projects run successfully.

Data and IT Security

How many people do you personally know who have been a victim of internet fraud, or a security breach? Businesses are taking cybersecurity seriously and looking for ways to protect their data, along with their customers’ information and personal data. If you have experience in the field and can prove suggestions for improving security, people will see you as a standout.

Decision Making

When you’re presented with a series of choices, all the choices are good, but you need to select one. Having quick and decisive decision-making skills is very attractive to employers. They want someone with the ability to weigh options, consider the benefits associated with each option, and make the decision to put it into motion accordingly.

Stress Management

Who hasn’t had their shoulders up to their ears from stress within the previous 18 to 24 months? Being able to handle pressure, adjust to tense circumstances, and maintain a cool head under pressure is a major accolade for employers. You’ll be viewed as someone who’s decisive and responsible, who can handle stress and anxiety, and who will rock it out.

Remote Working

We all abhor remote teams/zoom/ online video calls, but the ability to work remotely reflects excellent adaptability and versatility that speaks volumes of your willingness to adapt to changing situations. Self-management is also encouraged by it, and it functions as a motivating tool without someone over your shoulder, a kind of independence that managers like to see when they’re juggling multiple projects at once.

Creativity & Innovation

When confronted with a creative toy, such as clay or building blocks, do you have many different ideas as to how you can utilize its materials to create a new item? If you are creative, you could look beyond your immediate circumstances and try to find a different solution or view an opportunity in another idea. Anyone unafraid to adapt and change is a worthwhile member of the team.

Reasoning, Problem Solving & Ideation

Could you take a huge project and divide it into smaller, even more, manageable parts? Do you relish the challenge of knowing that achieving something is impossible, but you have to do it anyway? Problem-solving skills are closely connected to creativity. It’s about being open, considering things from different perspectives, and trying new approaches to solving problems out of curiosity or because they believe they will succeed. It also includes being receptive to new ideas, approaching new concepts, and observing how they work in context.

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