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10 days ago

Regional Development Representative

Main Street Hub New York, NY

Founded in 2010 out of Stanford University, we have offices in four cities: we’re headquartered in Austin, TX, and we have sales teams in New York… Main Street Hub


13 days ago

Inside Sales Consultant

Main Street Hub New York, NY

Main Street Hub is the largest “do-it-for-you” marketing platform for local businesses. As Inc.Magazine's 73rd Fastest Growing Company, we’re adding… Main Street Hub


13 days ago

Sales Manager

Main Street Hub New York, NY

Main Street Hub is the largest 'do-it-for-you' online marketing solution for great local businesses. We’re already working with thousands of local… Main Street Hub


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    MSH is a place where you can be challenged and make a difference.

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    I have been working at Main Street Hub for less than a year

    Pros

    If you want to be successful and are willing to put in the time and effort it takes to get there, this is the place for you. CEOs hold company culture and values in high regard and execs implement new ideas and processes often. Long-term career potential as long as you are patient. Great mentors in upper management. Opportunities like this don't come around often.

    Cons

    When one person has a negative attitude it is passes on to the whole floor. Most days at work are highly stressful - you need to be able to separate your emotions while on the job.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Be more creative in the ways you train on new and old material, and don't take credit for the hard work of others.

    Your willingness to hear what anyone in the company has to say, regardless of performance or title, is appreciated.

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