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Imagination Publishing Overview

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Chicago, IL
1 to 50 employees
1994
Company - Private
Advertising & Marketing
$5 to $10 million (USD) per year
McMurry
Imagination Publishing would like to dream up a marketing publication for your business. The custom publisher creates print and electronic content such as magazines, catalogues, annual reports, books, websites, blogs, podcasts, and e-newsletters for businesses and professional ... Read more

Imagination Publishing Reviews

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    I have been working at Imagination Publishing full-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    Great culture, hard working and smart employees, organic growth days

    Cons

    Major pay discrepancy between lower and upper management

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Imagination Publishing Interviews

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    I applied online. I interviewed at Imagination Publishing (Chicago, IL) in May 2017.

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    The interviewing process seemed a bit...intense. There are five rounds: a personality test, a phone interview, an in-person interview, an editing test, and then one more in-person interview.

    Phone interview was enjoyable. The in-person interview went well, but I met with five people at once, which can be iffy for some. And then the editing test...It was four parts and I was given four days to complete it. At this point in the process, I decided that if I somehow didn't pass this massive test with 10 years of experience behind my belt, I didn't want to work for this company. I completely get wanting to find the best candidate, but it all seemed rather intense.

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Imagination Publishing Awards & Accolades

  • Content Marketing Agency of the Year (50+ employees), Content Marketing Institute, 2012

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