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Inspira Marketing Overview

Norwalk, CT
201 to 500 employees
Company - Private
Advertising & Marketing
$10 to $25 million (USD) per year
Inspira isn’t your typical experiential agency. In fact, you might say that we’re a bit out there.

We’re physically out there — creating personal connections between people and brands through real-life experiences ... Read more

Mission: Our founder and industry veteran, Jeff Snyder, was inspired to launch his own agency after watching his daughter, Kennedy, battle a rare form of cancer. Despite the circumstances, Kennedy maintained an unwavering hope and unrelenting spirit.

Awestruck by her ... Read more

Inspira Marketing Reviews

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  • "Great company that cares"

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    I have been working at Inspira Marketing full-time


    Self driven work with lots of trust.
    Great benefits
    Decent salary
    Personal growth driven


    Less organized as things should be but definitely not awful.

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Inspira Marketing Photos

Inspira Marketing photo of: Happy Hour on Inspira's Rooftop Patio
Inspira Marketing photo of: Reception Area @ Inspira's HQ Office
Inspira Marketing photo of: Client Work – Castello Biergarten Experience
Inspira Marketing photo of: Client Work – Virgin Atlantic #BeChoosy Influencer Event
Inspira Marketing photo of: Client Work – Hefty Flip Cup Challenge
Inspira Marketing photo of: Incentive Trip 2018
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Inspira Marketing Interviews



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    Web Developer Interview

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    Negative Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied online. I interviewed at Inspira Marketing in July 2017.


    I applied to Inspia online. Someone reached out to me a couple weeks later. He gave me a link to an online calendar and asked me to choose a time to schedule a phone interview. The soonest time was 2 weeks from that point so I chose that day. The appointed date and time came, and I received no call. I emailed the person who had reached out to me, and he emailed back (20 minutes after our scheduled time) asking me to reschedule. I rescheduled for again the soonest time available, which was a week from that day. The second day came, again I received no call, again I emailed him, and again he emailed me 20 minutes after our scheduled time asking to reschedule. I rescheduled one more time of a couple days later. The day came, and this time he cancelled the appointment a couple hours beforehand saying the position I was applying for is "on hold" so they can "evaluate their needs as a department" and to follow up with him in a few weeks.

    Cancelling/rescheduling an interview is fine, but to do it 3 times (twice without any notice) is grossly unprofessional and a waste of time for everyone involved.

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Inspira Marketing Awards & Accolades

  • Promo Top Shops, Chief Marketer, 2016
  • Best Places to Work in Connecticut, Hartford Business Journal, 2016
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