- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at MarketBridge full-time (more than an year)Pros
-You learn a TON right away. You'll gain hard, transferrable expertise in many different areas. I would disagree with a few other reviews that dinged personal development training...MB wants you to learn and grow.
-As others have said, it is very sink or swim. You are given a lot of responsibility right away, which are great for some while others struggle.
-People are incredibly smart and hard working.
-Office culture is just like a start up. Lax dress code, Ping pong in the office, happy hours, putt putt tournaments, holiday parties, etc
-Not a lot of travel, especially compared to other consulting companiesCons
-Company is very reliant on a few brand name clients for revenue. New projects are few and far between and tend to come from existing accounts rather than new ones.
-As others have said, MarketBridge still has no idea on how to position itself in the marketplace (which is ironic). There is somewhat of false positivity around where we are going, but results (new projects) are slow. Messaging and strategy change every 6 months.
-Workers lower on the totem poll end up doing all of the work with very little direction from the VP level, and very little recognition.
-Salary is not as competitive as it used to be, especially for the hours that are required.Advice to ManagementAdvice
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Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
2 people found this helpfulApplication Details
I applied through college or university. The process took 2 days – interviewed at MarketBridge in November 2013.Interview Details
A series of on campus interviewsInterview Questions
No OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
- The focus seemed to be on fit and background. Know your resume well. There was a short case that was a very qualitative sort of market forces question about a consumer electronics product. Overall, pretty pain free. View Answer
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Consulting firm MarketBridge aims to close the gap between companies and their potential customers. The firm advises clients on the operations, organization, and strategy of their sales and marketing efforts, with an eye toward improving overall performance. In addition, the company provides outsourced sales and marketing services. MarketBridge's customers have included Hewlett-Packard, MasterCard, Microsoft, and other FORTUNE 500 companies from the financial services, health care, technology, and telecommunications sectors. Outside the US, the firm has offices in Canada...