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Marketing Intern – new

ESI International Arlington, TX

Assist marketing team with various tasks, including but not limited to, market and target account research, conference and hosted event coordination… Glassdoor

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ESI International President and CEO John Elsey
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    Where talent goes to die.

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    I worked at ESI International full-time (less than an year)


    Everybody is friendly and nice. A few people in the company are trying to make intelligent change. Mostly hindered by management. We apparently have very well like instructors and generally get positive feedback from students.


    Poor environment, poor incentives, poor senior management. There is a major lack of innovation and positive change. There is no corporate culture. Lack of communication between departments. A multitude of business processes that are inefficient and slow down or impede growth. There has been some intelligent changes from marketing as of recent. Might be too little too late.

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