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3 days ago

Account Associate (Promotional Products) – new

InnerWorkings New York, NY

include: • Help facilitate procurement, production, shipping, and billing for the clients’ jobs and projects; be a vital link between the client… InnerWorkings


19 hrs ago

Technical Graphic Designer – new

InnerWorkings New York, NY

We are currently hiring a Technical Graphic Designer to join our New York City team. This person is responsible for the creation and production of… InnerWorkings


12 days ago

Account Manager

InnerWorkings New York, NY

• Critical liaison between the client, internal stakeholders to ensure all projects are delivered on-time, within budget parameters and meet quality… InnerWorkings


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InnerWorkings Eric D. Belcher
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    Great place to work and be challenged

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    Former Employee - Account Manager in New York, NY
    Former Employee - Account Manager in New York, NY

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

    Pros

    The people you work with are an incredible source of knowledge and support. You are challenged to build relationships with new clients, create a network of reliable and flexible suppliers, and think at 30,000 feet to deliver solutions that are nimble enough to successfully function locally and globally. No where else have I been exposed to so many different business dynamics in a single position. Advancement is not a guarantee like it is in the government, which some have a difficult time with. You have to apply yourself, show initiative, do well, and be entrepreneurial such as finding your own clients to really break out.

    Cons

    Benefits and time off are the corporate standard. Training and MBA support didn't exist when I was working there. Working for difficult client personalities can be stressful.

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    Younger staff retention was 50/50 when I was there due to the challenging workplace and ambiguity of how to advance. Create an outline of a typical advancement within the company starting at entry level to share with new employees so they know what they have to do to move up over time.

    Provide training in graphic design for beginner and advanced levels to your production staff and a design station in the office. Don't rely on designers and printers to get it right. Telling a client they have to pay for a reprint more because their designer messed up decays the relationship regardless of who to blame. Provide slightly additional compensation to those that complete those training levels and show competency. Then you can charge the client for changes rather than passing revenue off to the design firm or printer. A couple hundred employees making small design changes over thousands of jobs can be a sizable amount of revenue.

    Provide MBA compensation for staffers that want to become business managers and executives.

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