Mission: Deliver remarkable experiences and superior results for our clients.
I have been working at Rise Interactive full-time
*Variety of free refreshments: fresh fruit, vegetables, coffee machines, tea, and flavored water machine
*Student loan assistance
*Free gym on site
*Parental leave, both for new moms and dads
*Encouraging, welcoming and supportive teams
*Energetic, diverse culture
*Challenging, various tasks
*Happy hours and other company wide social events
*Free beer, wine and other treats on Fridays
Overall, being a part of Rise is an exciting adventure! The Executives are down to earth - they join you for lunch, treat you to lunch, take you out for coffee, take you out to events or will have a drink with you. Everyone is responsive and works to achieve the goal - whether it's client related or if it's your own personal development. Your brain will definitely get a workout here as well - new challenges arise frequently. This should be expected as the internet is a changing, competitive market. You're not "pigeon-holed" either. Rise Interactive is a place where you have plenty of opportunity to learn, grow and gain a lot of experience.
Sometimes the place can get noisy - usually celebrating a win, but other times it's challenge related and everyone is trying to solve the challenge. Communication can be an issue as well - you could find yourself asking for the needed direction that was originally neglected, causing rework.
Advice to Management
Keep on being down to earth and utilize those who are ambitious to make Rise a memorable experience that is different from others!
I applied online. I interviewed at Rise Interactive (Chicago, IL).
Pretty straightforward; most questions were standard interview questions. As long as you understand the basics about SEO, PPC, and digital marketing, then you should be fine. Good for entry level/recent graduates.
Built In Chicago highlights our team, the perks of working at Rise, and our open roles. Check them out here! http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQnIE
Read on to see Built In Chicago's recent feature, which shares how we get pumped around the Rise office for fall football. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIZrU