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15 days ago

Marketing Automation Associate

PitchBook Data, Inc. Seattle, WA

will include daily building, monitoring and maintenance of campaigns, email programs, marketing lists and performance reporting. Essential Job… PitchBook Data, Inc.

30+ days ago

Head of Marketing

PitchBook Data, Inc. Seattle, WA

PitchBook is an Inc. Magazine fastest growing company (#8 in Seattle), a PSBJ best place to work in Washington and a service provider to the largest… PitchBook Data, Inc.

30+ days ago

Demand Generation Manager

PitchBook Data, Inc. Seattle, WA

As the Manager Demand Generation, you will lead a team responsible for deploying the right mix of programs to reach, educate, nurture, and convert… PitchBook Data, Inc.

3 days ago

UX Designer

PitchBook Data, Inc. Seattle, WA

Our Space: The PitchBook Platform is a cutting edge web and mobile application that provides private equity and venture capital data and analysis… PitchBook Data, Inc.

30+ days ago

Senior Copywriter

PitchBook Data, Inc. Seattle, WA

We are seeking an experienced Copywriter or Senior Copywriter with an innate ability to communicate with customers about data, industry trends, and… PitchBook Data, Inc.

30+ days ago

Business Development Manager

PitchBook Data, Inc. Seattle, WA

• Has experience managing their opportunities and workflow using Salesforce.com • Is goal-oriented for success… PitchBook Data, Inc.

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    Quite simply, the worst company I have ever worked for.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Seattle, WA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Seattle, WA

    I worked at PitchBook full-time


    I thought a long time about posting a review on this site, since I prefer to share positive experiences vs. negative ones. However, during my interview process, I was pointed towards this websites by current employees who wanted to let me know of the work environment without getting in trouble. I was taken aback after reading the reviews, but I assumed the reviews were posted by a few incompetent folks who were let go and I didn’t take them to heart. I am choosing to share my experience, because I hope well-educated job seekers will see my post and think twice before accepting a position at PitchBook Data, Inc.

    Starting with the positives:
    There are many lovely and intelligent people working at PitchBook
    The product is close to its nearest competitors in terms of feature-sets and price


    Stated plainly, it has the worst managerment I have ever worked with. The negativity and micro-management permeate the entire organization and have stunted the growth of an otherwise decent start-up.

    He treats others in a blatantly disrespectful manner. I have personally experienced this and I have seen it happen to many others. The people who have worked there for a long time are afraid of him and they make jokes about it, but it is beyond unacceptable.

    There is a generous ONE WEEK Maternity. This is not a culture that values work/ life balance.

    The internet is on lockdown because people are not trusted to do their work.

    The hiring philosophy is to hire kids right out of college and work them to the bone because you can get them cheap and they don't know that people are not treated like this at real companies.

    When I was "let go", I was offered 2 weeks severance in exchange for signing an agreement saying that I would not say negative things about the company, and it specifically called out this website, because negative press has been such an issue for PitchBook and John in the past. Every offense would have been punishable by a "$25,000 liquidated breach". Obviously, I didn't sign it.

    PitchBook has been unable to keep sales and marketing leadership due to management issues and from my personal experience they do not value or respect sales and marketing people.

    ...I could go on, but my goal in posting is not to vent but to deter smart, capable people from making the mistake of working here. Please don't make the same mistake I did.

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    Hire a more experienced CEO that has the vision and experience to grow the company.

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