I worked at Brand Institute full-time (More than a year)
As a former director in the New York office, this position prepared me to my move over to the client side. Exposure to top notch companies prepared me for my transition to a fortune 500 pharmaceutical company. In addition, the guidance of the management team allowed me to improve my personal brand as well as excel in customer/client relations. In addition, I found the support from the home (Miami) office to be incredible.
Hard work is not a 'con' but I guess some people may consider giving 100% to a successful sales team a 'con'. I have nothing but great things to say about my time at Brand Institute.
Advice to Management
Keep pushing your teams to excel, the experience and knowledge they will gain will be invaluable.
I got a call to come in for a interview and they gave me a address but what I didn't know is the fact the location is hidden in another building. There is no indication of the company is in that building they could of at least provide that in the email. Also I had to fill out a form which is old fashion, history experience etc, this could of been done before the interview date via email. The form it self had streaks that made it harder to understand and also some questions seems redundant and vague. The one doing the interview was stressed and very analytical which is good but he didn't seem bother or is very good at not expressing anything.
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