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www.dng.com
El Segundo, CA
51 to 200 employees
1999
Company - Private
Business Services
$25 to $50 million (USD) per year
Unknown
In an advertising landscape dominated by giants, this aptly named boutique firm is ready to battle, based on the mere strength of its creativity. David & Goliath provides planning, creative development, branding, lifestyle marketing, relationship marketing ... Read more

David & Goliath Reviews

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    I have been working at David & Goliath full-time (More than a year)

    Pros

    The company culture is great and the people are fun and kind. Mentors are there to help and there is growth opportunity.

    Cons

    Can be long hours depending on what account you're on. Especially a tough place for creatives. Expect to work long hours.

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David & Goliath Interviews

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    Account Supervisor Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Los Angeles, CA
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    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at David & Goliath (Los Angeles, CA).

    Interview

    This was a lengthier process than it should have been. The recruiter was unorganized and kept confusing the position I was interviewing for. It was apparent that looks were more important than substance as soon as I walked through their office door and saw the employees. I could tell it was very cliquey. In terms of the interview process itself, it was the usual one on ones with key people in the team. I'm pretty sure that I asked more questions than they were probably accustomed to and seemed put off when I asked about relationship between account management and creative teams. I got the sense that creative isn't questioned at all. I didn't hear back till a month after and the position referenced in the "rejection" email was still wrong! Dodged a bullet with this one.

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