I worked at Lubin Lawrence as an intern (Less than a year)
Because team is so small, you get to know and are mentored by everyone there, including the managing partners: Barbara Lawrence and Larry Lubin. Barbara and Larry have many years of experience in the field and lots of wisdom to impart if you are willing to work hard and build a relationship. I interned for about 6 months with the company and in that short time helped run focus groups, created case presentations, assisted on new business initiatives, and even traveled on business for consumer research in other cities.
While a small teams has its benefits, it also has its setbacks; if your personality and work style is not a match with the others in the office, it will not be an enjoyable or beneficial experience for you. You become very intimate with your work colleagues -- which may or may not be the environment for which you are looking. The office could also use a technology update, although this may have happened since I was last with the company.
I applied through college or university. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Lubin Lawrence (New York, NY) in August 2010.
Asked general questions about resume. Then a section that tested your advertising skills: asked about a company with a good brand image and one with a bad brand image. Then said if you could describe three types of chocolate (hershey, godiva, and dove) as people, how would you describe them?
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