I worked at Ryan Partnership as an intern (less than a year)Pros
Fun, small company feel. Lots of great people and a relaxed environment. Good work-life balance.Cons
I heard a lot of grumbling about how much better it was before the Ryan acquisition. I can't speak for how it was before, but I could tell the switch wasn't going smoothly.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Ryan Partnership.Interview Details
MDs are given a case study assignment. It is a business problem for which you are given to hours to development a marketing strategy and executional plan which you then must present to a team of executives. They want to see how you think creatively and strategically, your knowledge of specific tactics and how to use them most effectively and finally your presentation skills.Interview Questions
Negotiation DetailsA bit but they have a range that they pay for a specific position . It's easier to negotiate more vacation or flex hoursAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult Interview
- Read the case study carefully first. It's usually pretty obviously what the problem is and what needs to be changed. Be prepared for questions designed to "rattle" you. Be sure you have a rationale for everything you recommend. And while you don't need to develop a detailed budget you should have a general idea of what things cost Answer Question
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Independent agency D. L. Ryan Companies, also known as Ryan Partnership, provides services such as direct, interactive, promotional, and retail marketing, as well as offerings designed to help customers reach the Latino and young adult markets. The agency specializes in serving companies in the consumer packaged goods and pharmaceutical industries; clients over the years have included such industry leaders as Campbell's Soup, Frito-Lay, Heineken, and Unilever. Ryan Partnership operates from three offices located in Chicago; Wilton, Connecticut; and Columbus, Ohio.