MBI Reviews

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24 Reviews
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Peter Maglathlin
15 Ratings

    They are a good company to work for. I enjoyed my experience with the company.

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    Former Employee - Driver in Ross, ND
    Former Employee - Driver in Ross, ND

    I worked at MBI full-time (less than an year)


    The employees were very friendly. Management was good to work with employees.


    They need better equipment so drivers can do their job.

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    Improve company equipment so drivers can do their job.

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    Assistant Product Manager Interview

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    Anonymous Employee
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    Applied through school career website. The recruiting process was fairly straightforward: 2 rounds of interviews, one on campus, one on site. Everyone was really friendly, and I enjoyed the entire process.
    The on-campus interview was mostly behavioral, nothing unexpected. On-site interview consisted of 4 interviews with people who had been there for various number of years. Also had to take English and Math tests, but those were pretty simple. Seemed like a great place to work.

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Website www.mbi-inc.com
Headquarters Norwalk, CT
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded 1969
Type Company - Private
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year

Privately owned MBI aims to hit the heartstrings of America in easy-to-arrange monthly installments. The direct marketing company offers a multitude of collectible items that range from porcelain Betty Boop figurines and plush teddy bears to official First Day of Issue covers for new US stamps, die-cast sports cars, jewelry, and leather-bound books. The items are generally accompanied by monthly payment plans. MBI creates and markets more than 500 new products each year under its Danbury Mint, The Easton Press, and PCS Stamps & Coins divisions. It is one of the leading... More

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