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New York, NY
1001 to 5000 employees
Subsidiary or Business Segment
Business Services
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
GfK NOP, Nielsen, TNS Global
Millward Brown provides market research services, specializing in brand performance, from more than 75 offices in some 50 countries. Its research data helps customers develop brand strategies, select an appropriate media mix, choose advertising, and evaluate the financial ... Read more

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Millward Brown CEO Travyn Rhall
Travyn Rhall
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  • "excellent ground floor market research education"

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at Millward Brown full-time (More than a year)


    Significant opportunities for learning in the market research field


    Cannot think of any at this time

    Advice to Management

    Continue to align employee strengths with company objectives

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    Research Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Lisle, IL
    No Offer
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    Difficult Interview


    I applied online. The process took 5+ months. I interviewed at Millward Brown (Lisle, IL).


    Before a phone screen with someone I had to make another cover letter, which specifically compared my skill set to the job, beyond the original cover letter and resume I had sent. The following are directions given to me, "The best way to do the cover letter is to place a two column table from MS Word in a separate document. Place the “what you will do” and the “what you will need” sections from the job description in the left column and compare yourself and your skills in the right column.
      In addition please respond to the following questions regarding your interest in this opportunity in the body of the returned email response.

    Why are you interested in this specific job? Why are you well suited to it?

    What roles have you held where attention to details is a paramount duty? Please elaborate

    Please discuss your current situation? Are you working? If not please indicate what you are doing currently.

    Please indicate your current compensation.

    Are you able to work overtime as needed?"

    After I completed all of this in depth work, I then achieved a phone screen. After I passed that my information was forwarded to the person who would decide about hiring. After being asked for an interview, I didnt hear back for a week. After checking in again I was told I would have two 30 minute interviews followed by a 30 minute skills assessment.
    The 30 minute interviews were each with two people, one on the phone and someone in person.

    They went well. They told me they wanted to extend an offer, but internal delays were causing complications. They said that was the problem for 4 months. Never heard from them again one day after that.

    Interview Questions

    • Having to compare myself with every bullet point on the job description before the phone screen.   Answer Question
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Millward Brown Awards & Accolades

  • Top Intern Employers, CollegeGrad, 2009
  • Top Entry Level Employers, CollegeGrad, 2009
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