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Denver, CO
51 to 200 employees
2001
Company - Private
Media
$10 to $25 million (USD) per year
Unknown
From Michael Jordan dunking to a tropical sun setting, if it's in motion, Thought Equity Motion (TEM) probably has footage of it. The company provides licensed and royalty-free moving stock images (in digital and HD formats) to advertisers, filmmakers, TV ... Read more

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  • "You will stay busy but it is tough to move up"

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    Neutral Outlook

    I have been working at Thought Equity full-time (More than 3 years)

    Pros

    All employees at thought equity are dedicated and try to do right by their customers.

    Cons

    The sale of content is complicated and internal processes make it hard to service the customer.

    Advice to Management

    Step in the shoes of your employees and their customers and gain a perspective from that vantage point. Understand all the issues our customers experience before you change something.

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Thought Equity Interviews

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    Content Sales Representative Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Denver, CO
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    Easy Interview

    Application

    I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Thought Equity (Denver, CO) in October 2012.

    Interview

    Originally applied online through the company website. Roughly a week later I was called by a senior account manager. The initial call served as a brief phone interviewed but lasted less than 10 min as she felt I was qualified for an in-person interview.

    The following week I came in for the more formal interview and met with the senior account manager. She asked me a series of questions and our time lasted about 30 minutes. She was really impressed by knowledge of the company to the point where she brought in the director of sales to meet me. We spoke again for about a 30 minutes, commented on my insight of the company, asked who else I was interviewing with, and when what was my personal time line/desire to start working.

    Within their promised time line I was informed two weeks later that I didn't receive the position despite (in her words) being so knowledgable about T3Media and possessing a drive to succeed. After both team members had commented on how good of a potential fit I would had been they cited I did not meet their undefined "specific criteria."

    Never in my entire professional career was I so far off as reading how well an interview went. I really wish I could have had a third-party person in there with me to see their body language, expressions, to my responses to validate I wasn't imagining the positive aspects.

    Interview Questions

    • How would you approach a sales position with us coming from a different (sales) background?   1 Answer
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