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Brand Institute provided me with an outstanding opportunity to advance my career in the creative field. This was my first job out of college and I very quickly had the opportunity to contribute to the creative process for major, world-renowned brands. I was incredibly proud to see my work on the shelves in my local pharmacy.
While at BI, I learned the pharmaceutical marketing field inside-out and mastered the nuances of both trademark law and the regulatory environment in the US and abroad. This has been a crucial component of my career development and I am very thankful for the opportunity to work alongside many people who are experts in their fields. Everyone was always willing to lend a hand and share their expertise.
BI expects its employees to perform at a high level, but staff are well compensated for the effort they put in.
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I got a call to come in for a interview and they gave me a address but what I didn't know is the fact the location is hidden in another building. There is no indication of the company is in that building they could of at least provide that in the email. Also I had to fill out a form which is old fashion, history experience etc, this could of been done before the interview date via email. The form it self had streaks that made it harder to understand and also some questions seems redundant and vague. The one doing the interview was stressed and very analytical which is good but he didn't seem bother or is very good at not expressing anything.
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The name is the game at Brand Institute. Specializing in the pharmaceutical industry, Brand Institute provides business consulting services in the areas of branding, market research, and design (logos, brochures, and packaging). Clients have included GlaxoSmithKline, Eli Lilly, and Pfizer. The company also serves other industries including consumer products, media, and automotive. Its Drug Safety Institute subsidiary provides risk assessment and drug safety issues related to product naming, labeling, and packaging (ensuring new product names and packaging aren't too...