BIGfish Communications Reviews

Updated July 20, 2015
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  1. Public Relations Intern

    Former Employee - Public Relations/Marketing Intern
    Former Employee - Public Relations/Marketing Intern
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    Positive Outlook

    I worked at BIGfish Communications (Less than a year)

    Pros

    BIGfish Communications is a small agency with a big feel. The clients are interesting and fun to work with and have experienced a lot of growth with the help of BIGfish. Besides the clients, the BIGfish team is very talented and passionate about PR. Even though I was just an intern, I was very much treated like a part of the team and they really cared about my progress and growth. This is a very hands-on internship and you will be given a lot of responsibility if you can prove you can handle it. Just some other pros: -Close knit, friendly office -Progress reports to track growth and areas to improve -Real PR work (won't be doing purely administrative work) -Smart, growing business -Really good company culture -Company outings

    Cons

    The con that stands out to me is the fact that the internship is unpaid. They're very flexible with your schedule though so if you have a part time job it's pretty manageable.


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    Small company, great environment

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    Former Intern - Public Relations Summer Intern in Brookline, MA
    Former Intern - Public Relations Summer Intern in Brookline, MA
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook

    I worked at BIGfish Communications as an intern (Less than a year)

    Pros

    Small company so everyone personally knows you & all the employees do things together Got the opportunity to pitch to media & have articles published on the client's website Really accommodating in terms of scheduling issues Casual & laid-back environment

    Cons

    While all the employees do things together, interns get left out & are not invited on any company outings Not a ton of work to do, the days can go by pretty slowly Unpaid

    Advice to Management

    Create a program for interns so they feel more a part of the company's team & have the opportunity to get to know each other!



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