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This Startup Is Giving Businesses a Better Way to Offer Employee Perks

AnyPerk aims to 'enable happiness' through a variety of incentives.
A better bonus: AnyPerk’s Taro Fukuyama. Source: Gabriela Hasbun

Forget the balance sheet. According to Taro Fukuyama, the key to a successful company is a happy work force. And what makes people happy is a culture that recognizes them for being part of a team.

This is the guiding concept behind AnyPerk, the company Fukuyama founded in 2013 with buddy Sunny Tsang. San Francisco-based AnyPerk offers HR departments a program through which they can incentivize employees with preferred pricing on hundreds of products and services nationwide. The perks, such as discounted gym memberships,

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