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18 days ago

Senior Director of Marketing

Fluid New York, NY

You will be responsible for generating awareness and interest in company s offerings measured primarily through demand generation and lead conversion… Ivy Exec

18 days ago

Account Director

Fluid New York, NY

The Account Director is responsible for managing and expanding existing client relationships at senior levels within company s customer base and… Ivy Exec

15 days ago

Senior Account Manager

Fluid, Inc New York, NY

The Sr. AM must be an expert in the clients’ businesses and be the clear leader of the business both with the client and within Fluid. As the… Glassdoor

18 days ago

Project Manager

Fluid, Inc New York, NY

• Collaborate with the Account Director to successfully deliver ecommerce implementation projects. • Define and sequence project tasks, develop… Glassdoor

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8 Ratings

    Interesting experience, met some great people

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    I worked at Fluid full-time (more than 3 years)


    Fluid used to have the best group of people working together (smart, kind, funny, hard-working). The leadership used to trust and grant employees all sorts of opportunities to prove themselves and build their careers in a collaborative environment.


    Fluid took their workforce and their clients for granted. They kept on letting people go and not putting together the right teams to substitute the lost comrades. They'd rotate people around an account until the clients would get tired of it. They brought great people in, treated them like the flavor of the week, and then let them go quickly after. I think they viewed new employees like a silver bullet, but didn't provide them the tools, trust and resources to succeed (specially when the new employees' vision differed from their own). To make matters worse, the new leadership was condescending and lacked loyalty to their workforce.

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    Trust your workforce and don't rotate people around that much. Accounts do better with stability and a plan.

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