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15 days ago

Account Executive

App Annie San Francisco, CA

• Proactively generate revenue from new customers • Develop and maintain a substantial pipeline of qualified opportunities together with your… App Annie

11 days ago

Senior UI/UX Designer

App Annie San Francisco, CA

• As a Senior UI/UX designer you will add the magic that takes functional design specifications from Product and translates these to realizable… App Annie

27 days ago

Senior Visual Designer

App Annie San Francisco, CA

• Communication - This role is above all a bridge to our internal marketing and product teams as you will need to convey not only design but also… App Annie

27 days ago

SR. HR Business Partner

App Annie San Francisco, CA

• Basic knowledge of California & U.S. employment laws and regulations • Demonstrated team building, conflict resolution, change management, and… App Annie

14 days ago

Senior Marketing Producer

App Annie San Francisco, CA

• Reporting directly to the Creative Director, supervising design and production team • Accountable for the execution, management, and quality… App Annie

22 days ago

Senior Manager, Content Marketing

App Annie San Francisco, CA

• Develop and execute content marketing plans, project plans, delivery strategies, and content (editorial) calendar • Develop ideas for original… App Annie

19 days ago

Product Evangelist

App Annie San Francisco, CA

Develop a prioritized strategy for publisher outreach, acquisition and retention. Take responsibility for monitoring engagement, and minimising… App Annie

28 days ago

Global Sales/Marketing Recruiter

App Annie San Francisco, CA

• Identifying and sourcing top talent (marketing, sales, customer success) by researching industry trends. • Driving employer branding and… App Annie

28 days ago


App Annie San Francisco, CA

• Be a happy, smiling member of our fast growing family • Support our friendly and fun-loving staff • Keep us organized and running smoothly… App Annie

20 days ago

Senior Mobile UI/UX Designer

App Annie San Francisco, CA

• Tasked with all components that make up the user experience process user research, usability testing, information architecture, interaction design… App Annie

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    Industry: Awesome | Company: AVOID

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Francisco, CA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Francisco, CA

    I have been working at App Annie full-time (less than an year)


    Very high-growth industry. Big potential market. Great entry- and mid-level employees with tons of passion and personality. A super fun industry to be in since you can interact with almost any industry out there.

    Everyone's going mobile, so if this company plays its cards right, it's a treasure trove.

    Some people in the company either have the rank or the clout to push through necessary changes and keep things moving. Those individuals and teams are keeping the company moving. But they are rare....


    Management is cliquey and has a tendency to throw people under the bus, which is *especially* true of one department. As another reviewer said, it's apparent senior management has little to no actual management experience.

    Poor career growth opportunities and rampant office politics have caused a recent exodus of employees who hadn't even finished a full year, and it's clear multiple departments in the organization are suffering from this equally. This is a company-wide epidemic.

    Some senior management, and the CEO, are downright toxic to work with. It's boot camp with the berating, four-letter curse words, and ALL-CAPS YELLING!!!!!!!!!! at every little issue which should tell you the level of maturity among the people steering the company. At least in boot camp this treatment gradually ends.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Lose the politics, train (or fire) the bad managers, and limit the number of chefs. Half the reason the website looks like it's from 2008 and marketing copy sounds borderline silly is because half the company needs to comment on it. Not only does this draw out what should be short and quick projects, it kills others thanks to the insane levels of approvals.

    Fix your website.

    Stop it with kneejerk changes, or at least have the courtesy to explain them. It makes everyonea the top look scatter-brained.

    Be fairer to your employees. Compensate people within 20% of normal market rates. Plus, everyone's noticed the sudden firings and leaving employees.

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