Our people. Employers always attempt to describe what its like to work for their company, but why not hear what it's like straight from the source - our people? Azella, a member of StubHub's overarching business leadership, describes her experience. Great employers provide great experiences.
Who we are. Every employee that works at StubHub has a deep passion for something. Sometimes it's a sports team or a band, other times it's a simple passion for technology, yet our culture goes beyond our interests and passions. Our culture is directly tied to our characteristics and principles:
Our future. Through a variety of partnerships and ongoing refinements to our tech stack, we’re always looking for ways to improve our product offering and connect even more people with live events, worldwide. Our global and North American business partners include more than 60 in MLB, NBA, NHL, MLS and NCAA, AEG, AXS and Spectra Ticketing & Fan Engagement, as well as the O2 Arena and Tottenham Hotspur in the UK. In 2016, we pioneered a first-of-its-kind platform with the Philadelphia 76ers, creating a one-stop source for buying and selling 76ers tickets. With the acquisition of Ticketbis in May 2016, StubHub has expanded into over 40 additional markets, making us a truly global organization.
Our contribution. Not only do we exist to connect people with the teams, artists and people they care about most, we aim to pass down our passion for live experiences. Through our Rising Stars non-profit recognition program, we support grassroots non-profits that are focused on expanding access and opportunity for at-risk youth through sports, music and performing arts education programs. Since its inception in 2012, the StubHub Foundation and StubHub’s charitable giving have dedicated more than $4 million to support more than 50 organizations, globally.
I have been working at StubHub full-time
StubHub encourages employees to live the brand.
StubHub is a great company to work for can't think of any cons.
Advice to Management
Management could do more to discourage favoritism and foster inclusion within their teams.
I applied through college or university. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at StubHub (San Francisco, CA) in November 2015.
The process was as follows:
1. Technical Phone Screen- 45 mins- mainly focused on technical questions and list experience as per the resume.
2. Followed by Onsite Interviews- 4 each for 45 mins.
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