Screenvision Reviews

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Travis Reid
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  • A Great Place For Sellers

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    I've been on the LOCAL sales team for Screenvision going on ten years now and have a hard time understanding those people who feel compelled to write negative reviews on this site. In most sales jobs you'll have people who have a difficult time selling and who get bitter because, quite frankly, they're in the wrong job. It's understandable for some of those people to blame the product they were selling, the area they sold in, the managers they worked for or senior management. I've worked at other, massive media outlets and can tell you that every company has areas where they can improve and Screenvision is no exception but is certainly no worse. I guess angry reviews somehow help certain people feel better about their own failings. In truth, Cinema Advertising is a fun, exciting media and Screenvision provides you with all the tools you need to be successful so it's really up to you whether you do well or not. I have always found the management team to be engaged and supportive of the sales staff. Many of the managers started as sellers and worked their way up so they understand the challenges salespeople face. If you're good at sales and are willing to work hard, you'll do very well for yourself at Screenvision. These negative reviews are an insult to the fine local sales staff who love selling Cinema. My advice to the negative reviewers is to find jobs that suit your personality and stop blaming others for your failures. Those people who are currently employed and unhappy should have the courage to address their own managers with their unhappiness and move on if necessary.


    Sales companies, like Screenvision always need growth and are always looking forward. If you're the type of person who wants to work part-time or half heartedly you won't survive here. We need more national conferences so that we can share knowledge and learn from each other.

    Advice to Management

    Be more selective when hiring local sales people. If you hire people who aren't strong, experienced salespeople you'll wind up with more negative reviews. The vast majority of the local sales staff are happy in their jobs so put your efforts into recognizing and reward them.

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    Account Executive Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Fort Worth, TX
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    I applied through a recruiter. The process took a weekinterviewed at Screenvision (Fort Worth, TX).


    A couple phone interviews and an in person. Went well, I was giving opportunities to ask questions and was provided information regarding the company so I knew what I was applying for.

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    • What am I looking for in a position.   1 Answer

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Headquarters New York, NY
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 2000
Type Company - Private
Industry Business Services
Revenue $10 to $25 million (USD) per year

Blank movie screens before the show? Not on Screenvision's watch! Screenvision Cinema Network operates in-theater advertising programs on 15,000 screens in 2,400 theaters throughout the US, including locations owned by theater operators Loews Cineplex, Carmike Cinemas, and Cinemark. It offers both still and full-motion video ad campaigns that can be run nationally or targeted to local regions. In addition, Screenvision offers off-screen marketing programs that utilize handouts, lobby banners, and posters. Once a 50-50 joint venture between film post-production firm... More

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