Mission: EBQ was founded in 2006 with a vision to become a “one-stop” sales and marketing agency, servicing every phase of the sales cycle, from start to finish and beyond. We have built a solid reputation as experts in the industry and have successfully assisted an ...
I have been with EBQ for a few years now. The culture and people are great. Thought it would be a boiler room type situation, but it is quite the opposite. They try to create a very open and professional atmosphere. My managers make me feel like they truly care about me and my success. They even sit with me once a week or so to "get in the trenches" and make calls/talk about the product and project strategy. It helps me fell like i am not just a number but part of the companies success. They also provide free training on Friday mornings for sales and marketing positions. Or train you on Salesforce.com and Pardot tools. This is why most promotions are internal
the building can be cold one day and hot the next. EBQ doesnt own it the building and doesnt really have control.
Advice to Management
Would like more one on one time. It is really helpful
I interviewed at EBQuickstart (EBQ) (Austin, TX) in May 2017.
Phone interview with HR, last about 30-40 minutes, nothing out of the ordinary. Oddly enough it started out with a typing test. That seemed unusual for what should be professional level position. The interview itself was with the HR person I spoke with as well as a sales manager type. It was a very low energy affair, standard sales questions but the interview is held in a sterile conference room. Real time feedback during the course of the conversation was minimal as if the they were reading off a script and checking boxes. It just seemed very stilted without the natural flow of conversation.
They said to follow up in two weeks. I did and received a noncommittal response along the lines of we are still interviewing. Radio silence since. I did not follow up further because I felt after putting the time with a phone and interview and in person meeting, a candidate should at least receive the courtesy of a response. It did not set the table for an environment I wanted to be a part of.
EBQ people don't seem like bad folks but the process was indicative of inexperienced management and indecisiveness because mid-level is dominated by senior management.