Delivering discovery to kids—and the grownups who love them—one Drop at a time.
A wink and a nod to Robert Flughum’s All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten
Growth comes in many forms—some uncomfortable, some unexpected, but all inevitable—and, if you do it right, the limit to our shared success is nonexistent. We support each other through the awkward stages of growing, so we can celebrate together when we hit a milestone.
It’s called a comfort zone for a reason, but not much innovation can happen when you’re standing still; just try being a visionary when you can only see a few feet ahead. Trying something new is intimidating, experimentation is a risk, taking a chance is scary —but try it, and you might just like it.
Staying nimble is our best defense against a world that comes at you fast. Flexibility is a learned skill, one we take pride in having, one that spurs innovation and inspires trust from our customers and coworkers alike.
They say it takes a village to raise happy kids. We don’t know who “they” are but we are all the village. When we combine our powers, we can work smarter, not harder. We as a team are at the heart of what we do. We demand accountability and provide it happily when asked.
We can tell you what we stand for all we want, it’s showing what we stand for that counts to the people who matter to us most: our team and our customers. We express externally what matters to us internally: Making choices from a place of empathy, positivity, and consideration for the kind of world we are leaving the kids who wear our clothes.
What makes Dopple different? We operate by a code of transparency. We won’t just explain what we’re doing, we’ll tell you why we do it, who it benefits, and how we’re going to get there—and what you can do to help.