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- 5.0May 16, 2023SalesFormer Employee, more than 1 yearNew York, NY
Honestly loved my time working here, the people are great and the benefits are really good as well. Work hard play hard environment forsure
None as of right now
- 3.0Jan 23, 2023SalesFormer Employee, less than 1 year
Lovely people and a culture that truly embraces work life balance. Good base pay.
I had seriously high hopes when joining this org. I was under the impression that gifting was something that was a hot rising strategy in the b2b space (and it was in 2021) - during the interview process I was sold on the fact Reachdesk was prepared to quickly become the leader in the space… but that quickly changed in 2022. While Reachdesk was a no brainer in a few scenarios, in most cases, we were just one of many (and I meant MANY) potential solutions for gifting. This entail drives down the price and makes it even harder to hit quota. It also felt like Europe had it a lot easier than the US team because the main selling point of the product is the global offering. Most of the US reps were given companies with a primarily US reach, and UK reps ended up working accounts that had a truly global reach. So that felt pretty unfair to the US sales team. And not only is it a crowded space in terms of Competition, the actual need for gifting in the current market is highly overvalued. Most deals we had to fight to even be a priority, let alone go up against other vendors with just as good an offering. Leadership would tell us after every event how much marketing teams were in need of a solution like Reachdesk… well they certainly weren’t knocking down our doors. When 90% of your team misses quota monthly… you should know there is a serious problem with either your quotas, pricing, product market fit, and/or management skills. I can firmly assure that every IC that was laid off in the two rounds of layoffs was extremely smart and capable. A lot of the reason RD was able to be successful was because they hired great reps. But even great reps need true ongoing enablement to grow and succeed, especially in a tough selling environment.11
- 5.0Apr 16, 2021Sales Team MemberCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearNew York, NY
Reachdesk is a start-up and is growing very quickly. Direct mail & e-gifting is fairly new, but our team is picking up the pace and helping B2B businesses across the globe. Our teams in the UK and US collaborate often and it's great to be able to create (virtual) relationships. A lot of creative minds working here, giving us the opportunity to learn from one another. Everyone's very friendly!
Because Reachdesk is a start-up and we are growing so quickly, there is still a lot more hiring that needs to be done for solid company structure and continuous learning.1
- 5.0Mar 31, 2023SalesCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearLondon, England
1. Great team and people who care about each other and what we do 2. Pretty sweet product - maybe a biased view but best in the market 3. Best set of benefits I've ever seen 4. Good earning potential 5. The move to drive for profitability vs growth at all costs is fun
1. The market is a little tough right now but can see it turning 2. Some days can be long
- 5.0Aug 23, 2022SalesCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearLondon, England
An incredible place to a be part of! Fast growing, challenging, supportive & an incredible culture.
None that I can think of.
- 5.0Sep 8, 2020SalesCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearLondon, England
- electric culture - clear vision - flawless execution - fun place to work with amazing people - awsome product with huge demand in the market - great career prospects
- honestly not much so far