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Cat5 Commerce Overview

Chesterfield, MO
1 to 50 employees
Company - Private
Other Retail Stores
$5 to $10 million (USD) per year
Recognized as a Top Workplace by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Cat5 Commerce creates dynamic teams where individuals can rise to the challenge, put forth their best work, and have fun while doing so!

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Mission: Founded in 2004, Cat5 Commerce is a fast-growing internet retail company, We own and operate online webstores including and The core of our business consists of ecommerce, digital marketing, and software development.

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Cat5 Commerce Reviews

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Cat5 Commerce CEO Andrew Hoefener
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    I have been working at Cat5 Commerce full-time (More than a year)


    - Very flexible
    - Sense of community,
    - Laid back atmosphere
    -Free snacks, drinks, and monthly catered lunch
    -Tech. savy


    Location, would prefer a more central location in terms to St.Louis

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Cat5 Commerce Photos

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Cat5 Commerce Interviews



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    Assistant Project Manager Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Chesterfield, MO
    No Offer
    Neutral Experience
    Difficult Interview


    I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Cat5 Commerce (Chesterfield, MO) in January 2014.


    I found the position posted on Craigslist and researched the company. I thought the position and the information about the employees and work environment sounded like a good fit for me so I applied. I received an email back the next morning from the Project Manager. She was friendly enough and asked me to come in for an interview. A few days later, I went to their offices for my first one-on-one interview with the Project Manger. She asked me about myself and my previous work experience. We had a pretty good chat and then she gave me a tour of the office and warehouse. It seems like a pretty nice place to work. I'd guess at least 90% of the workforce there is under the age of 35 and the place had a pretty fun vibe. Like people must joke around and really know each other well, but they also seem to accomplish a lot.

    After that day, I got another email asking me if I wanted to meet on a Sunday afternoon for lunch. I'm rarely one to turn down a free meal, but I really didn't know what I was getting into--it was an unorthodox interview step to say the least. I showed up at the restaurant and it was just me, the Project Manager, and an associate from the marketing department. I don't know if she was just trying to get a more social read on me, or if she was trying to pass me off to a different department (my experience is mostly in marketing). Either way, I still have no idea what the intended purpose of that interview was.

    At the end of that, she said the next step would be to interview with senior management and the CEO, but the CEO would be out of town for the next week or so. That was fine with me. Two days later, I got another email from her asking to come in for another interview. That interview was with two of the senior managers (but no CEO). I felt like the interview went amazingly and that I had made a really good impression. At the end of that interview I was told I'd hear about coming in to meet with the CEO next week. At this point I did feel like it was getting a little ridiculous. I'd had to take time off from my current job twice already. It ended up not mattering though because a day later, I got an email (basically a form letter) that said they were going with another more qualified candidate. No explanation, no feedback, just a "thanks, but no thanks." I saw the job re-posted on Craigslist a few days later.

    Interview Questions

    • Why I wanted to move from a marketing position (my current job) to this, a non-marketing position.   1 Answer
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Cat5 Commerce Awards & Accolades

  • Top Workplaces in St. Louis, St. Louis Post-Dispatch/Workplace Dynamics, 2017
  • Top Workplaces in St. Louis, St. Louis Post-Dispatch/Workplace Dynamics, 2016
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