- 15Five, a performance management software company based in San Francisco, paid for two of its employees to go to Burning Man this year.
- The startup’s cofounder said the festival teaches people about creativity, an important business skill.
- The employees shared pictures of their experience with Business Insider.
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Burning Man gives attendees a chance to escape their typical 9-to-5 gigs for a cashless, art-filled, dusty desert experience.
For some employees, however, showing up at Burning Man is just a part of the job.
The nine-day festival occurred this past August, and welcomed more than 70,000 people to Black Rock read more >>>
Source : BusinessInsider.Com