Mission: We fuse creativity, data and technology to create & enable innovative email & cross-channel programs for growing and leading brands.
I worked at BrightWave full-time (More than a year)
Passionate, smart people. With every new round of hires, the quality of people increases exponentially. They all bring new ideas and a diverse set of experiences that make the work better. They are clear leaders in their industry as noted by several third-party media sources and by the collection of well-known, long-term clients. It’s been amazing to watch the company evolve and receive so much industry recognition. I’m proud to have been a part of it all.
As with any rapidly growing business, it’s not a fit for those with overly conservative/cautious mindsets. Those with drive and the ability to play well with others will thrive. Those more accustomed to territorial politics from the corporate world will have a hard time making friends.
Advice to Management
Continue the focus on innovation. Keep up the fun culture.
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at BrightWave in May 2018.
Throughout the phone screen it seemed like the internal recruiter was trying to minimize my experience. He asked multiple times how I got in the field, but I have a Masters in an adjacent field, so I felt I answered it adequately the first time. All of this manipulation seemed ultimately to decrease my salary expectation ($50,000/annually), because near the end of the call he implied that my salary request may not be attainable. This seemed strange for a position requiring extensive design and computer programming experience, so I removed myself from the selections process.
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Need some nomination inspiration for the 2019 EiQ awards? Look to last year’s The Maverick winner Seth Weisfeld of Pinterest, and nominate the sharpest hashtag#emailgeek you know at http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQh9l.