Our mission is to transform the events and meetings industry. Our software platform disrupts the traditional processes for the event planners who organize events and the venues that host them, creating more value for the entire events and meetings ecosystem.
Customers in approximately 100 countries now use Cvent software to plan events, find venues, manage membership data, create mobile apps, send surveys and develop strategic meetings management programs.
At A Glance
- 1,450+ employees worldwide
- Over 218,000 hotels and venues listed on the Cvent Supplier Network
- 137,000+ active users across all products
We appreciate all of the hard work and time that our employees give to the company, and we respect and reward that contribution with an extensive benefits program.
We strive to make Cvent more than just another job – it’s a place where employees are valued and can build their careers.
- Accelerated leadership opportunities
- Competitive compensation
- International travel opportunities
- Stock options
- Employee mentor program
- 401(k) plan by Fidelity
- Structured training and development
- Comprehensive health and dental insurance programs, with free options
- Premier health club corporate membership
- Free life insurance and long-term disability coverage
- Vision, short term disability and suppplemental life options
- Employee assistance programs
- Flexible Spending Accounts
Your Well Being
- Paid Time Off
- State of the Art Office Space
- Company Sponsored Social Events
- Free Parking & transporation
Cvent’s not a startup anymore, but you wouldn’t always be able to tell. We’ve worked hard to maintain a culture of entrepreneurship even as we’ve grown larger. So what does it mean to be a Cventer? It means having the freedom to innovate, while still being a part of something larger. It’s having a voice that’s heard, and a team who will listen. It’s working hard, and it’s celebrating our victories.
Company events at Cvent consist of more than just an annual holiday party. Company-sponsored happy hours, team-building, potlucks, paintball outings and team sports happen throughout the year.
And hey, our holiday party is pretty great too.
Whether through volunteering time at company-run events or participating in donation drives, there’s always a way to get involved and make a difference.
Giving back is a core part of the Cvent culture, and we hope you can join us in improving our community and the world around us.
Company picnic? Check. Paintball tournament? You got it. Bike to work day? Love it.
Here at Cvent we encourage getting out and about. When it’s beautiful outside we can promise we’ll be having events in the great outdoors!
Conveniently located in the heart of northern Virginia's business district, Cvent headquarters is less than 100 yards from Tysons Galleria and close to more than 25 restaurants as well as the area's best shopping. Cvent's headquarters in McLean Virginia is easily accessible from Route 495, Route 66 and the Dulles Toll Road, making it the ideal location for commuters coming from all parts of DC, Maryland and Virginia.
Stay tuned -- Cvent's headquarters will be moving to a new location by the end of the summer. Here are some highlights about our new offices and surrounding location:
- Direct access to Metro’s Silver Line Greensboro Station, which is opening July 26 and is steps away from the Cvent office
- Daily food trucks just outside the door
- Café in the building, with lots of food options and daily specials
- Dozens of other restaurant and shopping options within a short walk
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- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at Cvent full-time (less than an year)Pros
Work/Life balance, Positive Energetic Atmosphere,Cutting Edge technologies, Excellent Career Growth, Cool OfficeCons
They don't spend money just to spend it, which isn't a terrible thing but is reflected in avg. salariesAdvice to ManagementAdvice
The main advice is to keep doing what they're doing for the most part. I took a 20% pay cut to come here. It was hard, but I hit a point in my career where money was less important than overall happiness. I wanted to be in an environment where people were competent, smart, but also had fun while they did their job. It was a hard and scary decision to join the team, but it's the best decision I've made professionally. I think the main room for improvement is continue thinking about more experienced talent, how to attract and keep people with a number of years' experience. I think management is doing this, but continue to keep the 20 somethings in mind as they become 30, 40 and beyond, meaning heftier retirement benefits and more family friendly policies. It does feel young which is actually one of the reasons I came aboard, to add some experience while being energized by up-and-comers here, but if there's any room for improvement, that's be it.RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Cvent.Interview Details
I initially interviewed for a sales position, but discussed the product consultant position with the HR rep. I came in about a month after the initial interview for an in-person interview. It was quite a long interview - the entire thing lasted about 3 or 4 hours. I interviewed with 3 different people and shadowed one of the product consultants. I appreciate the extensive interview process because it exemplifies their investment in their employees. They offered me a position with great benefits and a decent starting salary, but I had to decline. They had mentioned during the hiring process that they require their employees to stay for 2 years, which was fine by me. What they didn't mention (until I received the offer letter) is that new hires are given a "training" loan for $7500. If you leave before 2 years, you are required to pay all or part of it back! I found that to be unfathomable. The position sounded like a good place for me, but I just couldn't sign any contract like that.Interview Questions
Reasons for Declining
- The questions were all pretty standard. Because I have some experience in this field, a few of the interviewers asked me specific questions about my previous employment. Answer Question
I have never heard of a company forcing their new hires to sign for a $7500 "training" loan. No reputable company would force their employees to pay to quit.Declined OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
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Mission: Our mission is to transform the events and meetings industry. Our software platform disrupts the traditional processes for the event planners who organize events and the...