In a startup world full of ball pits and kegerators, Dashlane’s office cannot compete: it doesn’t even have a sink. The workplace amenities (or lack thereof) in its New York SoHo office wouldn’t attract many prospective employees—at least not those looking for the storied Silicon Valley (and Alley) perks. The carpets have coffee stains, office security consists of a life-size Bruce Lee cutout, and employees have fashioned curtains out of cardboard boxes. Vacation is limited to three weeks, and nobody works from home. Cue the sad trombone.
But that’s the way Dashlane likes it.