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Million Dollar Baby Co. Overview

Montebello, CA
51 to 200 employees
Company - Private
Consumer Products Manufacturing
$50 to $100 million (USD) per year
Pottery Barn, Graco, Delta Products
We are a fast growing children's furnishings design and manufacturing company based just outside of Los Angeles. We design all of our furniture in-house and build our products at manufacturing facilities domestically and around the world. Our family of brands ... Read more

Million Dollar Baby Co. Reviews

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    "Company of collaboration"

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    I worked at Million Dollar Baby Co. full-time (More than a year)


    Plenty of opportunity for individual growth


    Having to drive from one local office to another for meetings

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Million Dollar Baby Co. Photos

Million Dollar Baby Co. photo of: New warehouse move-in celebration
Million Dollar Baby Co. photo of: Baby Shower
Million Dollar Baby Co. photo of: ABC Kids Expo - All Done with Packing Up!
Million Dollar Baby Co. photo of: Build A Crib challenge for all new hires!
Million Dollar Baby Co. photo of: College Football Kickoff Luncheon
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Million Dollar Baby Co. Interviews



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    Associate Brand Manager Interview

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    I applied online. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Million Dollar Baby Co..


    I was initially contacted to set up a phone interview a few days after submitting my application. The first appointment was a no show followed by an email apologizing and rescheduling. I was a bit frustrated since I had worked my schedule around to take the call. When we did speak on the phone, the recruiter seemed a bit frustrated, bordering on rude. They didn't want to learn about my past experience or positions, they simply wanted me to explain what I did at my current job. My role is very fluid since I work at a start-up company and they became frustrated when I couldn't define my role to a single title. They let me know that they didn't think I was a fit for the position but seemed like a fit for the Marketing Associate role. They asked that I read over the position description and let them know if I'm interested so we can schedule an in-person interview. Later that day I emailed the recruiter letting them know I was interested. No reply. I followed up a week or so later. Within a few minutes of my follow up message, I received an automated message saying they had moved on with other candidates. I just found the whole process very unprofessional and without a positive view of the company.

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Million Dollar Baby Co. Awards & Accolades

  • Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Private Companies(#3512), Inc. 5000, 2012
  • Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Private Companies(#4526), Inc. 5000, 2008
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