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Allied Global Marketing Minneapolis, MN


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Allied Global Marketing Minneapolis, MN Reviews

  • "Great place!"

    • Work/Life Balance
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    • Comp & Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Former Intern - Brand Ambassador in Minneapolis, MN
    Former Intern - Brand Ambassador in Minneapolis, MN
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I worked at Allied Global Marketing as an intern (Less than a year)


    -A lot of freedom over events
    -Get to choose your own schedule which is great as a busy college student
    -free movies!!!
    -learned a lot about the industry
    -fun working with large clients


    -No cons, overall great experience!

    Advice to Management

    More feedback on events would be great!

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Allied Global Marketing Minneapolis, MN Salaries

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About $36k - $39k
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Allied Global Marketing Minneapolis, MN Interviews



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    Studio Intern Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Minneapolis, MN
    Declined Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview


    I applied in-person. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Allied Global Marketing (Minneapolis, MN) in July 2011.


    Initially, I was very excited to intern for Allied Integrated Marketing. They were big in promotions for well-known entertainment companies, and I thought it would help me expand my skills. I got in contact with one of the PR people when a former classmate told me they were hiring, so I took the opportunity and set up an interview with them.

    In summary, it was very laid back--so laid back, I wondered if there was any structure at all. The initial one on one interview consisted of the PR associate describing the internship position; she only asked me a few questions, such as if I was uncomfortable making phone calls or taking pictures during events. I wondered if she even thought I was qualified; it seemed too easy and unprofessional. My doubts were confirmed when I came in for the group interview, where a panel of five publicists yawned and stared at me for five minutes, asked me two or three questions, and then got up and left to take their 2:30 coffee break (I'm not exaggerating). I was left sitting there with the PR associate apologizing and trying to convince me that people here are serious and hardworking, even after I'd driven half an hour for a five-minute interview and a rude dismissal.

    Even so, I thought I could give it a shot; I didn't want to quit before I'd started. But after the even more unprofessional intern orientation, I had had enough. I quit about two weeks later.

    Interview Questions

    • Do you have any event planning or promotions experience?   Answer Question
    • Are you comfortable working independently?   1 Answer

    Reasons for Declining

    It was very unprofessional, and the other interns were a joke. Most of them, along with the publicists, laughed and talked about drinking and after parties. Totally not my style. I was disappointed.

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