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Worldwide Marketing – Why Work For Us?

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT - DIRECTLY INTO YOUR OFFICE 
WorldWide Marketing works with a diverse portfolio of service-based Fortune 500 companies that are looking to gain a cutting edge in today's competitive market. Our clients are looking to gain more exposure through: increased market share, brand loyalty, and client acquisitions. 

Our specialty is in tailoring campaigns specifically to our clients needs by setting up and executing direct marketing campaigns. We provide innovative and aggressive target marketing & sales management and campaign support throughout the Ohio market. 

In the next couple of years, as part of a company-wide initiative to better service our clients nationwide, we plan to provide more Fortune 500 companies with the benefit of our services and will use this continued expansion to solidify our client base and to continually add to our client portfolio. 

We will attain our goals by:
Supporting initiatives that encourage and enable our employees to benefit from and participate in the growth of our company. 

WORLDWIDE MARKETING'S PERSONAL APPROACH 
This unique way of reaching potential customers has been called the most preferred for the year 2000 and BEYOND. 

WE THINK GLOBALLY 
Maintaining a high standard of quality instruction to better equip our employees with tools and information they need to attain a maximum, level of effectiveness.

WORLDWIDE MARKETING RECEIVED AN "A" RATING FROM THE BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU

Worldwide Marketing - BBB

Our President

 

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Born in a small town in China, Alicia moved to Columbus, Ohio at a young age. She pursued her BA in Business Management at the Ohio State University. From a very young age, Alicia had the opportunity to travel between different countries, but her ultimate goal has always been to pursue further success in business field. 

After graduation, Alicia started with WorldWide Marketing as an entry level account manager in October 2011. In this time, Alicia has contributed to the company with her hard work and dedication to client results. Her varied career experience with WorldWide Marketing includes recruiting; customer service and training program management. Alicia is passionate about the future of the company and looking forward to continuously growing and developing with highly motivated individuals. 

"I like thinking big. If you're going to be thinking anything, you might as well think big." - Donald Trump

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Want a sneak peek into the behind-the-scenes action at Worldwide Marketing?! Check us out on YouTube! Here at Worldwide Marketing we live the work hard/play hard mentality!  From running competitions for dinners out with the managers and traveling opportunites, to grilling out on the weekend and playing sand volleyball, we love to set the pace in our industry and have fun while doing it!  You can follow our Blog to stay up-to-date with what we have been doing and upcoming events.


 Here are some fun facts about our expanding company!  

Fun Facts

At the open of 2014, WorldWide Marketing offers direct marketing services at a total of nine locations throughout:
• Columbus, Ohio
• Tulsa, OK
• Oklahoma City, OK
• Toledo, OH
• Greenville, SC
• St. Louis, Missouri

Our representatives offer educational experience from colleges and universities across the nation:
• The Ohio State University
• Ohio University
• University of Dayton
• Otterbein College
• Bowling Green State University
• Kent State University
• Columbus State Community College
• University of Maryland
• University of New Haven
• University of Oklahoma
• University of Alabama

We value the diverse perspectives our team members bring to the table. Executives and leadership within our offices hold degrees in areas such as:
• Psychology
• Sports Management
• Graphic Design
• Interior Architecture
• Computer Information Systems
• Criminal Justice
• International Affairs

 

Top representatives and management have held leadership roles within:
• Division 1 athletics, including football, basketball, softball and baseball
• Philanthropic organizations, including Race for a Cure and Walk for Diabetes
• Professional organizations, including Future Business Owners of America
• Collegiate organizations, including Residence Life and Campus Programming

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In addition to providing unparalleled results to our clients, WorldWide Marketing, Inc. takes pride in playing a pivotal role in the community and celebrating the personal interests and endeavors of our team members. Since opening our doors in 2009, we have had the privilege of working with many key philanthropic organizations, including: 

- Operation Smile

- Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Awareness

- Make a Wish Foundation

- The Epilepsy Foundation

- Movember Foundation

- Operation Christmas Child

- American Red Cross

- American Diabetes Association

- American Heart Association

- The Salvation Army of Central Ohio

Training

Cross-train in all facets of our business including: 
- Team development and management
- Client acquisition and retention
- Administration and campaign management
- Human resources/recruiting
- General management

Our knowledge and experience of influencing sales has created an array of competitive advantages for our clients. 

The WorldWide Marketing Management Training Program is an opportunity to learn about all aspects of the business from inside a growing company. The theory is that nothing can better prepare you for leading in the company than gaining significant, substantial experience with everything a company does, under the mentorship of experienced veterans. 

The management training program should typically take 6 to 18 months to complete depending on the candidate's capabilities, experience, student mentality, and work ethic. Due to our entrepreneurial philosophy, there is no set time frame. Your own initiative and capabilities, coupled with your ability to think on your feet and market effectively, will dictate how fast you advance. 

Our goal for 2014 is to open an additional 10 offices so that we can accommodate our client's growing needs and provide more opportunity for our people. The forecast by 2015 is to have opened 40 offices across North America and to have expanded into several European markets. 

Join our Team!

WorldWide Marketing is committed to promoting a positive and productive work culture that attracts top business professionals - our dedication to this culture begins by only promoting from within the company. 

Our core values revolve around supporting our employees with expert training, a positive work environment, and a family oriented work place where we value our people. We are fast paced, achieve big goals, and only work with motivated individuals who share our goals: growth, commitment, and integrity. 

There is no better way to manage your people than to have been in their shoes. 

Join the leader in outsourced sales & marketing and begin an exciting career. 

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    I loved the experience at World Wide!!!!

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    Current Employee - Leadership in Perrysburg, OH
    Current Employee - Leadership in Perrysburg, OH

    I have been working at Worldwide Marketing full-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    I am from one of the offices north of Columbus! Earn the RIGHT to come down here and Visit World Wide and the People and the energy is amazing!!!

    Cons

    i have nothing bad to say!

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Worldwide Marketing Interviews

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Updated Oct 1, 2014

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    "Representative" Interview

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    Application Details

    I applied through other source. The process took 2 daysinterviewed at Worldwide Marketing.

    Interview Details

    I was initially contacted by this group from my resume which I posted online. I was pleasantly surprised when companies were calling me even when I did not have even an iota of experience regarding sales or marketing. Worldwide Marketing called first and set up an interview, so I gladly agreed. They didn't initially state what the position was or what it entailed. I ended up in the office where three people were sitting waiting for an interview. Eventually I managed to talk to the owner of the branch for an interview The owner seemed like a nice person and I casually shared my interests and why I felt confident in working for any company. The owner said that her company would call me back within a few hours to set up an appointment for another interview if they liked what they saw. They called me back, congratulated me for getting to the next interview and set up the next interview the day after.

    I came back the next day and again there were three people waiting for the next stage of the interview (not the same 3 people, mind you). During the waiting process I could hear the secretary of this office and the office just outside both calling people left and right for interviews; this helped break the illusion of "selectivity" that they seemed to be selling to me. The secretary told me that I would be interviewed after the office's meeting took place. I could hear the meeting from the waiting lounge, it consisted of cheering, stomping and chanting in unison in a sort of authoritarian-esque fashion. The secretary then told us of the "relaxed" nature of the company.

    Eventually they sent some of their representatives (they called them "leaders", which seems quite telling to me) out to take us to lunch. We conversed and had lunch, there wasn't much substance to the lunch other than the fact that they went over what the job was (without mentioning the word commission once, despite the position being 100% commission and door to door salesmanship) and talked about the prospects of upward mobility. It was more exciting to talk to the representative about our personal lives than it was to talk about anything related to the company. They shared and discussed notes and common lingo and said there was going to be a test when we got back to the office. We got back to the office and I took the test (the "leaders" reviewed the answers with me prior to taking the test so it wasn't remotely difficult). Then they set me up with an interview with the secretary, which was a complete breeze and it seemed like it was simply a formality to understand at what time you would be available to take the job. The secretary then told me he would call me back and choose to hire me or not because they were quite a "selective" company.

    When I walked back to the bus stop to head home a man started having light conversation with me regarding how the cross-walks would repeat "wait" every second and that it would be slightly more optimal to have the period between the warnings be, say, every three seconds or more. Regardless, we eventually talked about all sorts of things and he asked me if I worked in the office complex around the bus stop. I of course said that I didn't work there and instead got and interview in the location, he said the same thing. I asked him where he got interviewed, and he said he got interviewed by a marketing firm in the exact same building (that company being Athena) for the exact same job (we sold the same merchandise) with the exact same strategy (our notes were completely identical) and the same stated salary ranges (despite both our jobs being commissions and those numbers are far from guaranteed).

    I went back home and eventually got the call that I received the job, I declined. Ironically enough, about an hour after the call someone came to my home to sell my roommate the merchandise I would have been selling if I took the job. I jumped into the sale and said why I didn't want the product and why it wasn't the product for us and the solicitors left.

    Interview Questions
    • What was your least favorite part of the interview?   View Answer
    Reasons for Declining

    They were dodging the word "commission" despite this being a 100% commission job.
    Several other companies were hiring for the exact same thing at the time and they had the exact same strategies (the notes were even the same).
    They were building this sense of a devoted community around their office and I'm just far too cynical for that.
    They said they were being selective a few too many times for me to not be suspicious about their use of the word.

    Declined Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview

Worldwide Marketing Awards & Accolades

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101 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For Nominee, 101 Best & Brightest Companies to Work For™, 2014
Better Business Bureau Rating A, Better Business Bureau, 2014

Additional Info

Website www.worldwidemktg.com
Headquarters Columbus, OH
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 2009
Type Company - Private
Industry Business Services
Revenue $1 to $5 million (USD) per year

Worldwide Marketing works with a diverse portfolio of service-based Fortune 500 companies that are looking to gain a cutting edge in today's competitive market. Worldwide Marketing's clients are looking to gain more exposure through: increased market share, brand loyalty, and client acquisitions.

Worldwide Marketing's specialty is in tailoring campaigns specifically to...
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