In business for over 30 years, Allied Global Marketing has built upon its roots in advertising and publicity for movie studios to become a global leader in entertainment, culture and lifestyle marketing. Allied’s global team includes over 400 specialists across 23 offices in North America and Europe.
We have experts in Publicity, Promotions, Digital, Experiential, Media, Creative, Partnerships, Market Research, Sports, Touring and Multicultural marketing. Together we create campaigns that drive conversion for some of the world’s biggest brands and their diverse customers across film, TV, streaming, sports, gaming, live entertainment, cultural institutions, hospitality and consumer brands.
Allied Integrated Marketing works with the world’s premiere entertainment, lifestyle, and consumer brands to reach consumers on a national, regional and local level. Our network of 22 offices across the U.S. and Canada gives us the marketing power and national reach of a large agency, while maintaining individual market expertise and custom client attention.
We work with great people! Our people are as diverse and as exciting as our clients. For more than 30 years our award-winning teams have provided best-in-class marketing solutions across a range of services including media, digital, promotions, publicity, experiential, creative, brand partnerships, market research and targeted marketing (African-American, Hispanic, and LGBT). Together we make a great team.
And while awards aren’t everything, good work is in the results; we have also won awards.
I worked at Allied Global Marketing part-time (More than a year)
- I was able to work remotely while going to school
- made my own schedule
- wish I wasn't always working remotely, would have liked to go into the office to learn more about the business
I applied through college or university. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Allied Global Marketing (Seattle, WA) in March 2015.
I applied online through my university job site. I was contacted by email about a week later and set up an interview. When I arrived, the person who set up the interview was not there, the person that was set to interview me was not there and none of the employees there were aware I was scheduled to come in. Two employees there conducted an impromptu interview. I was asked typical questions such as my work history, area of study, and what about the job interested me. It was a very relaxed interview that lasted about 30 minutes. At the end of the interview I was told I would hear something back at the end of the week. No one ever contacted and me and that was fine with me, the office was in a run down older building in Fremont. The way my interview was handled was unprofessional and in the end it did not surprise me that I was never contacted, especially because it was an unpaid internship on top of everything.
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