Mission: Our Mission: To make retail better and improve people's lives through informed and inspired shopping.
Our Vision: To be a great organization, which is universally respected and admired for our unique people and culture, our creativity and ...
Started with a 'Big Idea': The People that Inspire and Inform Shoppers at the Critical Moment of Purchase.
It was 1995: Hootie & the Blowfish was topping the charts, Toy Story was amazing kids of all ages and the ‘Rachel ‘do’ was forever imprinted on our collective memory.
These times also brought an explosion of technologies that were becoming truly accessible, everyday ‘consumer electronics.’ And that meant consumers were being given a lot of choices, but not enough information to make the right decisions. Enter the need for expert advice - and the importance of the recommendation at the moment of purchase.
Working in the retail distribution channel at that time, CCS’ ambitious founders saw the future, realizing that though these ‘retail pros’ - geeks, gurus, experts, sales associates - represented an incredibly powerful tipping point for shoppers, brands and retailers, they weren’t being given the proper attention they needed and deserved.
With the unique philosophy and strategy of serving the ‘people at the point of purchase’ at the heart of the vision, we came together with two goals in mind. Our mission was to make retail better by educating and elevating the effectiveness of ‘retail pros’ who have the power to connect consumers with the right brand and product. And, of course, we were inspired to build a truly great, enduring company that is good for business and good for people.
Fast forward to today. We’re very proud of the millions of retail pros who we’ve helped better serve consumers, the hundreds of global brands and retailers whose businesses we’ve made stronger, the thousands of CCS teammates we’ve worked side-by-side with, and the countless millions of shoppers we’ve helped pick the right smartphone, TV, dishwasher, tires, notebook, power tools and thousands of other products.
Our Mission: To make retail better and improve people's lives through informed and inspired shopping.
That's Our Mission today, and it was when we began in 1995: for the better part of two decades, we've been inspired to collaborate with our brand and retailer partners, for the purpose of connecting consumers with the service and support they need at the critical moments of recommendation and purchase.
To make retail better and improve people's lives through informed and inspired shopping.
To be a great organization, which is universally respected and admired for our unique people and culture, our creativity and innovation, and our extraordinary impact.
Each unique member of our team shares in the leadership of the organization and has a responsibility to:
I have been working at Creative Channel Services full-time
Company works hard to communicate openly. No place is perfect, but the transparency is impressive, and everyone operates as a team. People in the company really like each other. There is a lot of effort toward recognition.
There are a lot of systems to manage. And not really a con, but depending on the business, things can change rapidly. I guess that's agency life.
Advice to Management
Keep up the communication. Keep asking employees to be a part of solutions.
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Creative Channel Services in July 2015.
First, I was called by a recruiter. She offered a little information about the position and starting salary. The description made me even more confused, and I thought this was a call center. Still, I scheduled an interview and kept a positive attitude.
The hiring manager had a cold and seemed out of sorts. He spent most of the time telling me what I'd do and the platform I'd use. I asked a few questions to clarify the position and then volunteered information about my work experience. He asked what he admitted were generic interview questions and told me I was the frontrunner for the position.
About an hour later, the recruiter called to offer the position. Many of the on-boarding steps have to be completed before I start, including background checks and drug tests.
In the first call, they told me the salary, which was only a little better than the job I'm leaving. I mentioned that I needed something better to feel satisfied with the change. They made an offer that was $2,000 more than the starting salary.
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