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    I have been working at Katun as an intern

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    Pros

    very large company with lots of market share and experience. corporate benefits, flexible schedule, relaxed atmosphere and understanding supervisors.

    Cons

    boring, little to no innovation, behind the times when it comes to social marketing


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    Anonymous Employee in Bloomington, MN
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    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1 dayinterviewed at Katun (Bloomington, MN).

    Interview

    I interviewed with two managers, HR, and an interview with an executive which never happened. First was the two managers, the executive never showed up for part two so HR filled in for the second part and the executive never showed up.

    Interview Questions

    • None of the questions were unexpected or difficult as the questions I had more than enough experience to answer the questions.   1 Answer

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Website www.katun.com
Headquarters Minneapolis, MN
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 2002
Type Company - Private
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $50 to $100 million (USD) per year
Competitors Hewlett-Packard, Nukote, Ricoh

Katun wants you to exercise your options -- to not buy OEM parts. The company designs and makes alternative parts and supplies for copiers, printers, and fax machines. Other sales come from toner cartridges, drums, and rollers. Also included among Katun's more than 6,000 products are ink jet cartridges, thermal ribbons, ball bearings, and tools -- many for products made by companies such as Canon, IBM, and Ricoh. Katun (Mayan for "a period of 20 years") sells its wares to more than 18,000 office equipment dealers and distributors in about 150 countries. It also markets... More

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