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www.iv.com
Walnut Creek, CA
51 to 200 employees
1991
Company - Private
Consulting
$50 to $100 million (USD) per year
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Through the last 26 years, InVision Communications has evolved from an event-production-focused company to a full-service engagement and experience agency that provides Best-In-Class Corporate Event Production, Corporate Communications Strategy & Measurement ... Read more

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    Pros

    Rich culture inspired by the founders who still come to work every day, and featuring some of the most experienced production professionals in the business. Trying to grow into new areas beyond the ballroom, and that's not easy. But lots of promise and potential for people willing to throw in with that vision and make a difference.

    Cons

    Not a good place for creative types unwilling to collaborate or incapable of accepting criticism. Also, above-ground parking can be sparse on Tuesdays.

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InVision Communications Interviews

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    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at InVision Communications in March 2016.

    Interview

    I applied online and got a call a few weeks later to schedule a phone interview. I had a 30-minute phone interview with a design studio manager who asked me to send her more samples of my work after the interview was done which I did. I followed up with her a week later, and within minutes of writing my email, she responded with "I would like you to have a follow up interview with our senior art director and director of creative services. What are some good days and times? Also can you let me know what your salary requirements would be?" I immediately responded to her with flexible times and dates and told her that as far as salary goes, I would first like to get a better feel of the requirements and expectations of the job. I never heard back from her after that. I sent 2 emails, and called her and left a message over the course of the next 2-3 weeks. I gave up after that since I was already getting a bad impression from this company. This was EXTREMELY unprofessional and I expected some kind of response even if they changed their mind about me or hired someone else.

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InVision Communications Awards & Accolades

  • 2017 Best Places to Work in Events, Event Marketer, 2017
  • Innovation Shootout Winner, Corporate Event Marketing Association, 2016
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