Mission: Our core values are something that we strongly believe in, and it is so important to us that everyone innately has each of these instilled in him / her:
• Results driven, not effort driven
• Solution focused
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We’re a fast-growing (and ridiculously hard-working) Atlanta-based company, recently recognized as one of Atlanta’s Top 100 Fastest Growing Companies and Atlanta’s Best Places to Work. We focus on providing the absolute best digital marketing and video production services on the market today. Our clients accept nothing less, and we wouldn’t give it to them anyway.
If you’re looking for something boring and easy, toss on a tie and go corporate because you’re not for us. Caffeine-addled nights and weekends happen. Embrace it. Nobody ever did anything epic in a safe little cubicle anyway.
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Results Driven, Not Effort Driven
Do More With Less
Better Than Yesterday
Vested in Clients' Success
A seasoned group of videographers, writers, editors and marketers all focused on crafting your message in a way that shapes your identity and resonates with your audience. Our team loves what they do and strives everyday to make each video production experience one that is rewarding not only in the results, but also in the fun that you had while working with us. Meet our individual employees here.
We may work hard, but we also make sure to play hard as well. Whether it's a trip to Epcot, a post-workday yoga session, or volunteering, we always make sure that our team is thriving.
Our clients are who give us the opportunity to do the things we do on a daily basis. Their success is our success, and there is no greater reward for us than to see their reactions when our work not only fulfills their vision, but also surpasses their expectations.
Living up to one our core values, "Vested in Clients' Success," we work day in and day out to ensure that every client is happy. To see some of our extensive client testimonials, please click here.
I worked at Crisp Video Group full-time (More than a year)
- Company offers great benefits for being a small, start-up company
- You get the chance to travel across the country. I went to Tampa, Boston , Las Vegas and other cool cities and met with prospects face to face. And after we crushed our goals at different events, we got to hang out with our clients which was amazing. Some of the best and most satisfied clients I've had the pleasure of working with.
- You work with legal clients which gives you incredible experience if you decide to move on to another company
- You work closely with the CEO which, I enjoyed because you're learning from him and he helps you to be a better seller, markateer, etc. He sets time aside to help you grow if you are really hungry and want to learn.
- The team was amazing when I worked there and we worked as a unit to deliver great videos and marketing solutions
- Whatever solution we offered clients, were the same solutions we used in house. I did zero cold-calling and spoke with people who had shown interest in our video marketing packages, so the leads we were given were hot.
- three checks a month from hitting goals was nice
I see a lot of posts here about the CEO and what the workload is like so let me address that first:
- CEO: To sum it up...He's fair, but he's firm. What I mean is that it's not okay to not hit goals (that should go for any company). You have to have thick skin, be teachable, be humble and realize that the CEO bootstrapped this company. He's not scared to spend money on his clients, team, or marketing tools to make Crisp an experience. If you come to him early in the month with your concerns, he will train you and make you better. But cruising by and hoping you accomplish your goals without making any changes.....not going to fly here. You are held accountable for your targets. If you are behind early in the month, take initiative and approach him. It goes a long way. I've heard him with clients at after hour events and he's proud of the work his team does and he rewarded us for a job well done. (For example he sent one top performer to Iceland because she went to him with a goal, and he honored his word that if she hit her revenue goal, he would pay for her trip.)
- Another thing to note is, you are working with ATTORNEYS. These people are not easy to work with. You have to ask hard questions, not be afraid to walk away from a bad deal, and learn from the CEO because he deals with people who litigate massive million dollar cases. Learn from him, let him sit in on your calls. So on the flip side, attorneys are not afraid to spend money if they can get more of these cases so, that's more money for Crisp and for those who sell.
- The workload: Crisp was a startup and now seems to have more of an agency feel, but even with that comes sharing the workload. If you don't prioritize your day, and you putz around, you're going to get behind in any role here. Even software start up companies have these same growing pains. It comes with being on a lean team.
So in Summary: This company has a super cool culture, awesome perks, you're right down the street from a local brewery which is great. But don't let that distract you. You have to remember, this is a career. You get what you put in. If you don't give it your all, be teachable, and learn to pivot, you will not enjoy working here. Understand that there is money to be had and if you prove yourself to the CEO he will reward you.
Advice to Management
Advice to CEO and team:
Continue to hire quality team members and reward them for being good earners. The products Crisp produces are only getting better. I can't wait to see what is to come.
The whole process was overwhelming, and though everyone I spoke to was encouraging and nice, I felt strung along for months. They also expect a 12-hour workday to be the norm...
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