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19 days ago

Program Coordinator (Temp to Hire)

UBM Tech New York, NY

Manage day-to-day duties of running high volume lead generation program assignments, including client goals and expectations, weekly reporting… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Marketing Analyst

UBM Tech San Francisco, CA

The UBM Tech Customer Insights Marketing Analyst will support the CI Team with multiple reporting needs including Database reports, Email Marketing… Glassdoor

19 days ago

Sales Coordinator (Temp to Hire)

UBM Tech San Francisco, CA

• Provide support to the Account Executive team. • Assist with data entry of closed business into online inventory system. • Assist with data… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Human Resources Director

UBM Tech San Francisco, CA

will be critical in this role. Your creative ideas and suggestions can come to life, as you tackle complicated… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Tableau Analyst

UBM Tech San Francisco, CA

• Understanding the business requirements and develop solutions on Tableau • Maintain existing Tableau dashboards • Lead JAD sessions with the… Glassdoor

25 days ago

Event Project Manager

UBM Tech San Francisco, CA

• Direct and manage project development from beginning to end • Define project scope, goals, and deliverables that support business goals in… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Event Marketing Manager

UBM Tech San Francisco, CA

will include but are not limited to: • Develop and execute attendee & exhibitor marketing plans, including marketing tactics, new idea… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Operations Manager, Event Operations

UBM Tech San Francisco, CA

, including: • Manage speakers, content information, and program budget including all speaker expenses (travel, hotel, per diem and fees) for… Glassdoor

30+ days ago


UBM Tech United States

The Editor will acquire content for web-based and digital member deliverables, including articles, blogs, white papers, etc. Establish and manage… Glassdoor

19 days ago

Content Marketing Specialist

UBM Tech United Kingdom

In this role, you will assist in the development and implementation of content on BlackHat.com and all its affiliated web sites and products. You… Glassdoor

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    Solid Company in a Brutal Environment

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    I worked at UBM Tech full-time


    There are smart, dedicated people here, although I agree a good deal of talent has left. That's not because management gleefully fired them, though. If you know anything about B2B tech media since 2008, you know it's a huge challenge--and that's a massive understatement. Management here had to make extremely difficult decisions--ones they preferred not to make. i know. I worked with many of them and was one of the casualties. It's easy to just blame management. Sure, hindsight's 20/20, but I'm not sure people understand what it is to be a senior exec in B2B media now. Being a CEO is a thankless job I can't imagine anyone wanting. FWIW, I don't think it was ever a case of wanting to change strategies every year. It's a case of always HAVING to because of a crumbling media business and changing direction from a public parent company.


    For those who think UBM just messed everything up, take a look around. Name the successful B2B media companies. They're few and far between. Name the successful public ones. Exactly. I honestly think they've done what they can, but management is beholden to shareholders, hence, the constantly shifting winds. In an environment like this, culture is gonna be a huge problem. Hours are gonna be late. Pressure is gonna be high. Money simply isn't there to reward people the way they once could. Look, B2B media today is a labor of love. It's brutal. If you're looking for high pay, low hours and constant pats on the back, well, I don't think those jobs even exist anymore.

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    I think management needed to be more visible, more accessible, and more direct than ever these past few years. I think more decisiveness was necessary. I'd also suggest HR was never the strongest department in the company, and that often added to the problem.

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