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- Senior Management
I worked at Fahrenheit 212 full-time (More than a year)
+ Great client roster + Diversity of projects and types of work + Strong company culture and fun people to work with + Strong process driven approach to innovation that can be used in any future role
- Depending on project load work-life balance can be challenging - Strongly senior management led / some resistance to change
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through an employee referral. I interviewed at Fahrenheit 212 (New York, NY).
I first talked with someone on the phone then got in contact with another employee. We then had a 30 minute phone call about my background experiences and what I was looking for in a company. He asked why I chose their company and why innovation. He asked about my background and how it was related to the field. He then shared the culture and style of the office and shared a taste of what the office was like. However, he seemed to be in a hurry and stuttered/repeated questions. He had some question moments before asking me to clarify or repeat myself. While he claimed the employees to be very genuine and friendly, he seemed a bit fake with a cold personality.
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Fahrenheit 212 is a privately-held innovation consulting firm based in New York and London. We help our clients grow their businesses by identifying, developing, designing and implementing profitable new products and services. We partner with clients of all sizes, all industries and all geographies to solve growth challenges ranging from incremental innovation within ...
Mission: Our approach to solving the two-sided innovation equation involves bringing two discrete capabilities together into one process – addressing the consumer and commercial proposition simultaneously, rather than consecutively. We call this approach Money & Magic, and it means we care as much about operational capabilities and the regulatory environment as we do about unmet needs and consumer value propositions.