Japanese Company Puts Employee Trading Cards Inside Crisps
on October 24, 2016 by

Japanese Company Puts Employee Trading Cards Inside Crisps

With their company growing to 110 employees the smartphone developer Ponos was facing a problem: lack of communication. As their team grew larger less people knew one another. The solution to the issue? To make trading cards of their employees to put inside packets of crisps.

 

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These tasty lightly salted crisps are for internal use only, and contain random trading cards of each of their employees! The cards have a picture of their face and name, and the back details things about them such as hobbies and interests so employees can learn more about each other and meet like-minded friends in the company.

 

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Company Director Yorikatsu Tsujiko said: “Things can’t stay like this, so we’re making opportunities to allow our employees to get to know one another better. Everyone here is talented and interesting so let’s shine together.” Also you can take a look at their staff profiles here.

 

Thanks to Famitsu for trying the crisps and reporting on this fun story!

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