All of the below information comes directly from job reviews written by Mindshare employees based on 131 reviews.
 
 
Responsibility:
3.1/5
 
Work Life Balance:
3.7/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
3.8/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
3.6/5
 
Company Culture:
4.2/5
 
Career Progression:
3.3/5
 
Colleagues:
4.2/5
 
Training:
3.8/5
 
Enjoyment:
3.7/5
 
Overall Rating:
3.6/5
 

The coming years will be the most exciting yet, transforming our industry – how consumers interact with brands and what they expect from brands. Mindshare is a business committed to constant transformation – to challenging ourselves to do better and go further. It’s an exciting way of working, if at times a little scary too… But some things are constant. We look after our people. We develop their talents and support their career ambitions. We work hard, have fun and make lifelong friends. If you join us, you will be able to make a difference from day one. You’ll be surrounded by inspiration, in our amazing offices in the heart of London. We’ll help you fast-track your career, we’ll look after your wellbeing and we’ll help you to help others.  

Apply now to be part of the future of media. Write to: Kirsty.hall@mindshareworld.com

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Industry: Arts & Media Department: Business Planning Job Title: AE

Industry: Arts & Media Department: PLUS Job Title: Account Executive

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Colleagues

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Industry: Arts & Media Department: TV Job Title: Account Executive

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The perks

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Industry: Consulting Department: Marketing Science Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media Department: Paid Social Job Title: Account Executive

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Great team and atmosphere
Global client

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Industry: Arts & Media Department: Partnerships Job Title: Account Executive

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Working with great clients and being respected

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Industry: Arts & Media Department: SEO Job Title: SEO Account Executive

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The exposure to different aspects of SEO

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Industry: Arts & Media Department: Media Planning Job Title: Account Manager

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Great environment and culture.

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Industry: Arts & Media Department: PPC Job Title: Biddable Account Executive

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Young people
Open-mindedness

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Industry: Arts & Media Department: Account Management Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media Department: Partnerships Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media Department: Account Management Job Title: Account Executive

What are the best and worst things about your job?

- clients
- tasks
- benefits
- team
- office
- training

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Industry: Arts & Media Department: Partnerships Job Title: Account Executive

What are the best and worst things about your job?

That every day isn't the same, and you meet so many people as well as build genuine relationships with clients. I have a diversity of clients and projects I work on, therefore you're constantly learning new things.

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Industry: Arts & Media Department: Partnerships Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media Department: Buyer Job Title: Account Executive

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Colleagues

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Industry: Arts & Media Department: FAST - SOCIAL BIDDABALE Job Title: ACCOUNT MANAGER

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Fast paced and constantly moving.

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Industry: Arts & Media Department: Programmatic Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media Department: Media Planning Job Title: Account Executive

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Dealing with one of the worlds largest advertising accounts.

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Industry: Arts & Media Department: Audio Visual Job Title: Account Executive

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The social side - Meeting different people all the time and working with others.

High Levels of responsibility - Assisting with the management of campaigns worth hundreds of thousands of pounds.

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Industry: Arts & Media Department: Account Management Job Title: Account Executive

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The people, the benefits, the location, the growth opportunities.

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Industry: Arts & Media Department: Affiliate Marketing at NEO Job Title: Account Executive at NEO

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Very good company culture
I have a very supportive and encouraging manager and line manager
I have the opportunity to work with some big global clients and also present to very experienced people

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Industry: Arts & Media Department: Paid Social Job Title: Paid Social Senior Account Executive

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Perks i.e. finishing at 5 on Fridays. Free bar. Good holiday package.
A supportive team.
Continuous opportunities for development and training.

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Industry: Arts & Media Department: Search Job Title: Senior Executive

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Great opportunities for career and self development in a casual and well managed environment

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Industry: Arts & Media Department: Account Management Job Title: Account Executive

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The people, the office, the client

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Industry: Arts & Media Department: Media Buying Job Title: Account Executive

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Great work/life balance. Lots of fun activities and the people are generally very good.

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Industry: Arts & Media Department: Business Planning Job Title: Intern

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Immediate involvement with projects.
People.
Office culture/ environment.

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Industry: Arts & Media

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The steep learning curve in analytical skills I'm experiencing and the support offered by the team. Also, the flexibility I find in the company's culture.

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Industry: Arts & Media Department: Media Planning Job Title: Account Exec

Industry: Arts & Media Department: Social Biddable Job Title: Account Manager

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Great working culture, great work and you can actually measure the impact of your work.

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Industry: Arts & Media Department: Traded - Print and Digital Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media Department: TRADED Job Title: Senior Account Executive

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The Atmosphere
The People
The Location
The Clients
The Perks

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Industry: Arts & Media Department: Campaign Management Job Title: Campaign Manager

What are the best and worst things about your job?

A great team and wider company culture. The opportunity to learn the basics.

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Industry: Arts & Media Department: CMT

What are the best and worst things about your job?

People
So much to learn

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Industry: Arts & Media Department: Paid Social Job Title: Senior Account Executive

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Working with prestige clients
Benefit packages
Flexible working
Annual leave time

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Industry: Arts & Media

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Industry: Arts & Media, Advertising Account Management Department: Exchange Job Title: Account Management

Industry: Arts & Media, Media (Technology / IT) Department: Ad Ops Job Title: Ad Ops Trafficker

Industry: Arts & Media, Media Buying Department: Campaign Management Job Title: Campaign Manager

Industry: Arts & Media, Media (Technology / IT) Department: Campaign Management Department Job Title: Ad ops trafficker

Industry: Arts & Media, Media Planner Department: Partnerships Job Title: Account Manager

Industry: Arts & Media, Advertising Account Planning Department: Business Planning Job Title: Account Manager

Industry: Arts & Media, Media Planner Department: Media Planning Job Title: Connections Planner

Industry: Arts & Media, Media Buying Department: Digital Display Planning/Buying Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Advertising Account Management Department: Finance Job Title: Finance Media Coordinator

Industry: Arts & Media, Media Planner Department: Planning Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Brand Management Department: Buying

Industry: Arts & Media, Media Planner Department: Exchange Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Brand Management Department: B2B Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Advertising Administration Department: Social Biddable Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Media Buying Department: Digital Display and Print Job Title: Account Manager

Industry: Arts & Media, Media Buying Department: Partnerships Job Title: Account Manager

Industry: Arts & Media, Media Planner

Industry: Arts & Media, Advertising Administration Department: Chanel UK Job Title: Ad Operations Exec

Industry: Arts & Media, Advertising Administration Department: Planning & Buying Job Title: Display Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Advertising Account Planning Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Advertising Administration Department: Media Planning Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Media Buying Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Media Researcher Department: Research & Insights Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Media Graduate Scheme Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Media Buying Department: Digital and Publishing Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Advertising Account Management Department: Affiliate Marketing Job Title: Affiliate Marketing Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Media Buying Department: Digital/Print planner buyer Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Media Researcher Job Title: Account Manager

Industry: Arts & Media, Media Buying Job Title: Account Manager

Industry: Arts & Media, Market Research Department: Business Planning Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Advertising Administration Department: Digital advertising Job Title: Account Manager

Industry: Media Planner Department: Media Planning Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Media Buying Department: Affinity, Avalon Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Marketing Executive Department: Biddable Job Title: Biddable Account Executive

Industry: Media Planner Department: AV Exchange Job Title: Account Manager

Industry: Arts & Media, Market Research Department: Business Planning Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Media Researcher Department: Intelligence Job Title: Account Manager

Industry: Arts & Media, Advertising Administration Department: News UK Job Title: Display Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Media Buying Department: Media Planning Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Media Buying Department: Digital / Print Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Advertising Administration Department: Performance / affiliates Job Title: Account Director

Industry: Arts & Media, Advertising Account Planning Department: Media Planning Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Media Buying Department: Exchange Job Title: Account Manager

Industry: Arts & Media, Media Buying Department: Display Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Advertising Account Management Department: SEO Job Title: Account Manager

Industry: Arts & Media, Advertising Account Planning Department: Media Planning Job Title: Media Planner Account Exec

Industry: Arts & Media, Market Research Department: Business Planning Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Consulting, Research Analyst Department: Consultancy/Business Planning Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Advertising Account Planning Job Title: Account Manager

Industry: Arts & Media, Media Buying Department: Publishing Job Title: Account Director

Industry: Arts & Media, Advertising Account Management Department: Affiliate Marketing Job Title: Account Manager

Industry: Arts & Media, Media Buying Department: Exchange Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Media Buying Department: Digtal Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Media Buying Department: London Job Title: Account Manager

Industry: Arts & Media, Media Planner Department: Media Planning Job Title: Account Manager

Industry: Arts & Media, Advertising Creative Department: Content Marketing Job Title: Content Strategist

Industry: Arts & Media, Media Buying Department: The Exchange Job Title: Account Manager

Industry: Arts & Media, Media Buying Department: American Express Job Title: Digital Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Media Graduate Scheme Department: Publishing Exchange Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Media Researcher

Industry: Arts & Media, Advertising Account Planning Department: Media Planning Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Media Buying Department: Digital Display - The Exchange Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Online Marketing Job Title: Search Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Advertising Administration Department: Partnerships Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Media Graduate Scheme Department: Business Planning Job Title: Account Executive

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Industry: Arts & Media, Media Buying Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Media Buying Department: The Exchange Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Media Planner Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Advertising Administration Department: Exchange Job Title: Account Manager

Industry: Arts & Media, Advertising Account Planning Department: Media Planning / Client Leadership Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Advertising Account Management Department: Production Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Media Buying Department: TV Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Media Graduate Scheme Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media, Media Buying Department: Display Job Title: Account Executive

Industry: Arts & Media Department: Search

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Writing up and creating ad copy and keyword lists allows you to be creative and imaginative.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Paid Search

What are the best and worst things about your job?

There is always something new to learn, every day is a different day, which gives you so much opportunity to learn and grow and is what makes every day so interesting.

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Industry: Arts & Media Department: Research and Insights

What are the best and worst things about your job?

- Team environment/Colleagues
- Support
- Interesting clients with interesting briefs

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Industry: Arts & Media Department: Ford Digital & Print

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Free breakfast
Gym membership
Free lunches/activities with market leading brands
Events
Exposure
Colleagues
Challenging

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Industry: Arts & Media Department: Paid Social

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Pushing/challenging.
Constantly learning.

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Industry: Arts & Media Department: FAST - Programmatic + Print

What are the best and worst things about your job?

People that work here
Challenging work
Overall environment

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Industry: Arts & Media Department: Research and Insights

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Working with a range of brands some which I haven't even heard of, it keeps things interesting. Sometimes you will have no knowledge in the business of the clients you work for which makes the role challenging when finding useful insights within the data.

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Industry: Arts & Media Department: Local Media

What are the best and worst things about your job?

My team dynamic, I always feel comfortable asking questions if I am not sure of something. I enjoy the tasks I am required to do.

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Industry: Consumer Goods and FMCG Department: Paid Social

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The team! - Working with a strong team that I can relate to and enjoy working with.

Learning new things everyday - I have the ability to push my self and learn something new everyday, medias an ever changing space.

The perks - I can't complain about the Media owner meetings.

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Industry: Arts & Media Department: Campaign Manager

What are the best and worst things about your job?

my colleges, free breakfast & range of skills I can learn

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Industry: Arts & Media Department: Campaign Manager

What are the best and worst things about your job?

- Work Ethic and culture
- Colleges
- Support from higher management
-Perks of the job
-Training available

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Industry: Arts & Media Department: Advertising

What are the best and worst things about your job?

having responsibilities of your own to complete

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Industry: Arts & Media Department: Digital & Print

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The opportunities - there is always new training or a program you can get involved in.

Colleagues - everyone at Mindshare is really friendly, supportive and funny.

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Industry: Arts & Media, Media Buying Department: Digital

Industry: Arts & Media, Marketing Executive Department: Business Planning

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Application Advice:

Be honest and showcase outstanding attributes that stand out

Interview Advice:

Be yourself

Account Executive, PLUS at Mindshare
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Interview Advice:

Do some research on what Mindshare does and on what the department/team you are applying for really does. Show interest, make sure that's for you.

Account Executive, Marketing Science at Mindshare
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Interview Advice:

Be yourself and don't pretend. And don't be afraid to talk about yourself, you are going to spend a lot of time with your colleagues during working hours as well as outside.

Account Executive, Paid Social at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Make sure to show your diverse background and play to your strengths.

Interview Advice:

Be granular on what the job actually entails - ensure you answer the right questions that prepare you for the job.

Account Executive, Partnerships at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

A good opportunity to learn and grow

SEO Account Executive, SEO at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Apply through GroupM recruitment team, roles often not found on job websites.

Interview Advice:

Research industry news/developments.

Account Manager, Media Planning at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

-Highlight working experience that was client-facing or instances where you worked within a team
- Any technical skills you have (eg excel: pivot tables, vlookups etc)

Interview Advice:

Be confident and ready to participate in the team activities on the assessment day and practice your presentation skills a bit before attending.

Also, they would have to undergo a quick math test.

Biddable Account Executive, PPC at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

- Do your research.

Interview Advice:

- Do you research, have questions, know what you want.
- Talk about experiences with real life scenarios, doesn't have to be work related.

Account Executive, Account Management at Other (please specify)
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Application Advice:

You don't always need to have "media" experience. There is a load of training and support on that side of the agency provided by Mindshare. A lot of it is having 'relevant' experience which you can transfer skills into your new job role. Thoroughly explain how these skills are adaptable in your new role, and how they can enhance you in your new role.

Interview Advice:

Be confident and honest in your experience, research the industry and the department. Advertising has so many roles and niche areas to work in, make sure you have some understanding of this. Don't be afraid to ask questions, it helps build a rapport with you and the interviewer and sometimes makes you more memorable. No one is born with the knowledge of experience in advertising, asking questions shows you're interested to learn more.

Account Executive, Partnerships at Mindshare
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Interview Advice:

Be open and honest

Account Executive, Buyer at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Be honest about the work experience. If you are straight out of university no one expects heaps of experience. Please do not stress if you don't have loads. You join a company to learn and all we are looking for passion and hunger to learn more than anything else.

Interview Advice:

Be honest and be confident and more importantly be yourself. Think about it, you will be working with the people that interview you for some time. Don't try to be someone you are not!

ACCOUNT MANAGER, FAST – SOCIAL BIDDABALE at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Research.

Interview Advice:

Ask lots of questions.

Account Executive, Media Planning at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Try and tailor your degree and CV towards media-related opportunities.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and really show you are enthusiastic.

Account Executive, Audio Visual at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Any experience is good experience, creative or otherwise.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, and do your research on the company!

Account Executive, Account Management at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Apply fast and make the application relevant to the role.

Interview Advice:

Research the role and industry well. It is better to be over prepared than under prepared.

Account Executive at NEO, Affiliate Marketing at NEO at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Make sure you know exactly what the role entails.
Tailor your CV to meet the requirements of the role.
Show any transferable skills that you have and sell yourself.

Interview Advice:

Prepare questions to ask about the role.
Ask about any career progression that is available and training opportunities.

Paid Social Senior Account Executive, Paid Social at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Go through a recruiter who will negotiate your salary on your behalf

Interview Advice:

Make sure you get along with the interviewers

Senior Executive, Search at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Push forward your most relevant experience, especially if its creative or something you take very seriously like a hobby

Interview Advice:

Don't be afraid to do too much research, know who you are applying to

Account Executive, Account Management at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Show yourself to be a fun person. A lot of this role is about maintaining good relationships with media owners and clients alike. Skills can be taught, personality cannot.

Interview Advice:

Take some time to think about how advertising campaigns actually work. Think about how they connect and try to show that you can be analytical in your thinking.

Account Executive, Media Buying at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Straight forward application.

Interview Advice:

Think outside the box.
Don't be nervous.
They want you to do well, so help them hire you.

Intern, Business Planning at Mindshare
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Interview Advice:

Be clear in delivering your message and have a consistent story. Tuning up your analytical/numerical skills will help a lot too.

Mindshare
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Application Advice:

There is loads of material available online that you can do which will give you the edge over other candidates. There are also certificates that you can get online which will help as well.

Make sure there are no mistakes on the CV. It may sound funny, but when you are applying to loads of companies looking for a job, making slight tweaks in the CV so that it fits best with the company, you will be surprised how many CV's have mistakes.

Interview Advice:

Be confident and be yourself. Prepare yourself, relax and don't be scared of the interviewer. They are as worried about hiring as you're anxious on being hired. Be positive, this helps both parties to relax and be more comfortable. You will have a better chance of leaving a positive impression.

Account Manager, Social Biddable at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Be yourself.

Interview Advice:

Find common ground with your interviewer, be honest and show your interest for both the industry, role and company.

Senior Account Executive, TRADED at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Show your passion for Media, and a willingness to learn and be proactive.

Interview Advice:

Show some personality, research what we have been doing lately, and the wider industry landscape.

Have examples of what you have put in your CV, skills and achievements.

Campaign Manager, Campaign Management at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Be pro-active

Interview Advice:

Be yourself

CMT at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Be able to read:
HTML5
Javascript

Be open minded to learning new technologies.

Interview Advice:

Showcase your knowledge of web technologies, even if you cannot read the tags that are placed in front of you.

Understand the structure of GroupM and Mindshares role in it.

Ad Ops Trafficker, Ad Ops at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Interest in aspects of advertising/media is helpful (i.e. award-winning campaigns, personal interest in advanced Excel or coding, engagement with innovations in social ad space will set you apart).

Interview Advice:

Be yourself. More about how you will fit into your team than whether you know the jargon and any technical information.

Campaign Manager, Campaign Management at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

I think it's important that a prospective candidate should have a positive attitude, a good and balanced work ethic, have willingness to learn new information and skills, ability to be organised and be able to manage your time well and be proactive.
It's important to be able to keep calm under pressure in a fast-paced environment.
Problem-solving skills is an important key skills to this role.

Interview Advice:

Research (i.e. about the company, industry and role) and prepare before you go for your interview. Also ensure you have at least 6 questions ready to ask the interviewer/s at the end.

Ad ops trafficker, Campaign Management Department at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Show your passion and enthusiasm early on and put your hand up for everything!

Interview Advice:

You should show interest in the area that you are applying and some extra reading.

Account Manager, Partnerships at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Make sure you understand the difference between a media and creative agency! Try to consider how you reach people at their most receptive and you've got a good idea of the role.

Connections Planner, Media Planning at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Be honest.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself! Be prepared. Show a genuine interest and be keen.

Account Executive, Digital Display Planning/Buying at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Be willing to learn lots and gain some broad knowledge on the industry. Don't panic if your knowledge level is low currently, you can learn everything you need to once you're here. Be proactive in learning though. And be ready for some late nights (both in the office and the pub).

Interview Advice:

What types of media I was familiar with already and their functions within a campaign, tools and training I already had, general media knowledge, writing skills, team skills.

Account Executive, Planning at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Show interest in the industry, think about your favourite advertising campaigns, what makes them stand out, and the direction the advertising industry is taking.

Interview Advice:

It's all about team fit and enthusiasm so be yourself and be honest in your interview.

Account Executive, Exchange at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Candidates will need to show a desire to learn. Enthusiasm and attitude are key.

Interview Advice:

Show your personality.

Account Executive, B2B at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Be honest, and humble. It is a fast paced industry and is ever changing. You could be better than you think but you have to make sure you know what you're doing.

Interview Advice:

Can't stress on this enough, be honest. It is challenging work and you would love it. Advice while applying would be, be thorough with the set of skills you know and you should be fine.

Account Executive, Social Biddable at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Do your research on the company and position, become aware of what the job role actually involves.

Interview Advice:

Be enthusiastic and keen to progress!

Account Manager, Digital Display and Print at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Think about what brands are doing within the industry and have an opinion on the different creative tactics they are using.

Account Manager, Partnerships at Mindshare
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Interview Advice:

Be personable, after understanding you can do the role, the most important thing is that you have to be someone that will fit well into the team and get on well with clients.

, at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

To be on top of the changes within the industry and particularly within your area of expertise. Be aware of were the client stands within the market in regards to their position in the digital media / advertising space.

Interview Advice:

Confidence.
Well prepared and researched.
Always ask questions.

Ad Operations Exec, Chanel UK at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Get as much experience as you can, keep up to date with media, tech and ad news. Stay on top of your Maths as it is so important in this industry (a lot of what I do is dealing with how much the client has spent on a particular advertising product, and reporting this back to the client).

Interview Advice:

Demonstrate enthusiasm and a willingness to go the extra mile to ensure client satisfaction.

Display Account Executive, Planning & Buying at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Research.

Interview Advice:

Why media, what could I bring?

Account Executive, at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Spend time looking at Mindshare's website and social channels and look at the work they have done and the values they held. If you seem to agree and align with these ethics then you will be able to hint about them in your application.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you know what you have written on your CV so you can confidently talk about your previous work experiences.
Look at Mindshare's website so you feel confident talking about the company and examples of their work. If you show you are passionate about the company then that will make you shine in the interview! Finally, and probably most importantly, make sure your personality comes through by being yourself!

Account Executive, Media Planning at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Be prepared to work hard.

Interview Advice:

Be confident and knowledgeable.

Account Executive, at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Show your excitement and desire to be here.

Interview Advice:

Be curious and inquisitive. Have your own opinion about things, but show that you get along with others well.

Account Executive, Research & Insights at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Apply to as many roles in the field, you want to go into as possible and make your CV stand out from the crowd.

Interview Advice:

Be approachable.

Account Executive, at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Be knowledgeable about the industry and also how media differs from say advertising. Why you want to go into media specifically, compared to other areas of the industry. Why would you work well on the specific client you're applying for and why you've chosen that role. Understand the challenges faced in the industry (working over print and digital and why these have been merged on many occasions within agencies, and the challenges these agencies have overcome).

Interview Advice:

Have lots of examples - e.g.s of your favourite brand, ads, views on other areas of the industry, e.g. advertising vs media. Think what skills you have that you can apply to working in the industry.

Account Executive, Digital and Publishing at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Get a very clear idea of the development plan, along with time-frames. It helps to set yourself goals and also gives you a real idea of the type of qualities you will need within the role. Ask what clients you will be working on.

Interview Advice:

Prepare an alternative way to give your CV. Mine was a presentation and I included a picture of me and my old hockey team (hockey made up a lot of my extra-curricular activity). I then asked my prospective bosses to find me - the quickest one wins!

Affiliate Marketing Account Executive, Affiliate Marketing at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Know what a media agency does and the difference between us and a creative agency. Make sure you get across that you have extra-curricular interests.

Interview Advice:

Have brands/campaigns you admire ready to talk about.

Account Executive, Digital/Print planner buyer at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Present yourself as positive and cheerful.

Account Manager, at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Show you have researched what the company does and the work it produces for its clients.

Interview Advice:

Name an ad campaign you admire? What do you think a media agency does? Are there any brands you admire?

Account Manager, at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

I went through a recruiter.

Account Executive, Business Planning at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Be prepared to learn a lot, be good with excel and be a sociable person!

Interview Advice:

Be open to learning new things, show initiative.

Account Manager, Digital advertising at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Read up on the company a lot and the campaigns that they've been involved with.

Know the competitors.

Be able to speak in detail about campaigns you like and why.

Interview Advice:

Very relaxed interview experience but you still need to know your stuff. Read around the company, current news in the media world, etc.

Account Executive, Media Planning at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

It's tough as every team is different when it comes to interviewing. Just know enough about media and why you want to work in a media agency, rather than PR etc. Show your enthusiasm!

Interview Advice:

Why do you want to work in media? What is it about Mindshare? Give an example of some great advertising you have seen?

Account Executive, Affinity, Avalon at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Make sure you fully research the role and look at the industry.

Interview Advice:

Research the company and their clients. Know your maths and come prepared to answer some questions on your industry. Be confident, most importantly don't lie about your skills.

Biddable Account Executive, Biddable at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Be personable

Account Manager, AV Exchange at Mindshare
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Interview Advice:

Confidence is important.

Account Executive, Business Planning at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Being open to everything is more important than knowing it all before you start.

Account Manager, Intelligence at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

This is a great role to gain an understanding of the advertising and media industries in general. The graduate roles are very centred around admin work/dealing with data and excel reports, so if you're happy dealing with that then go for it!

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, show that you are willing to go the extra mile and passionate to learn as much as possible.

Display Account Executive, News UK at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Get a proper understanding of what media agencies do; it's very different to a creative agency!

Think carefully about brands and campaigns you appreciate and consider properly why it is that these campaigns engaged you.

Interview Advice:

Don't be scared! The industry is fairly young and very personable, the chances are your interviewer knows exactly what you're feeling and is looking to give you the best chance to make an impression.

Account Executive, Media Planning at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

You have to have an opinion and be knowledgeable about the industry/digital landscape, be a quick learner, able to take innitiative and manage yourself/your time.

Interview Advice:

You have to communicate your understanding of the role and the industry well, as well as to show why do you want to work at a media agency, and in particular why Mindshare.

Account Executive, Digital / Print at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and show your ambition. What makes you different to someone else? What are your own personal interests. At an entry level position, anyone could do the day to day tasks, what I want to see is the hunger / personality / ambition from someone to progress and share their own thoughts and ideas.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and be confident in your abilities. Don't stress about it either; how well you get along with your peers and how you communicate is just as important as your qualifications / experience.

Account Director, Performance / affiliates at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Research what the job is and be enthusiastic about getting involved. Understand that at the start, you will expected to do admin and assist the team but know that you will shortly progress to plan and buy your own campaigns if you have a willingness to work hard and learn the ropes.

Interview Advice:

What is your favourite brand and why?
Why do you want to enter the media/advertising industry?
Why do you want to work within this particular department/channel?
What interests you about Mindshare as a company?
What would your last manager say about you?

Account Manager, Exchange at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

You don't need to know everything - a lot will be taught to you on the job. Prove that you can manage your time, deal with pressure and work with numbers.

Interview Advice:

Had a maths test, worked out percentages, asked about my previous employment and what skills I could bring to the role and the team. Asked what skills I thought needed improvement.

Account Executive, Display at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Be innovative.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared to deliver something new and interesting that touches on the future of media. Research into the proposition of data, content and technology.

Account Manager, SEO at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Don't think you'll be 'making adverts' or will be a creative with no prior experience...

Interview Advice:

Get a grounding in a specific media channel.

Media Planner Account Exec, Media Planning at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

CV

Interview Advice:

Maths Test
English Test
Team Building
Short Interview - asked about advertising and maths knowledge

Account Executive, Business Planning at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Be prepared for a rollercoaster. The highs will be amazing and the benefits are great. Just make sure you take your application seriously and come across like you've put thought into your application and what the job entails.

Interview Advice:

Be relaxed, focussed, do your prep work and most importantly be a team player for the assessment centre. This job is all about how well you fit into a team more than anything else.

Account Executive, Consultancy/Business Planning at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Be proactive and never say no to anything

Interview Advice:

Know about the business and Mindshare’s client as well as a wider knowledge of Group M. Have an explanation for why you are right for the role you are applying for and how you see that role developing over the coming years.

Account Director, Publishing at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, portray your strengths, acknowledge your weaknesses, be willing to learn and express your opinions / views. Don't come across as just a listener

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, portray your strengths, acknowledge your weaknesses, be willing to learn and express your opinions / views. Don't come across as just a listener

Account Manager, Affiliate Marketing at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Fully understand the job role before applying, and be honest throughout the interview process.

Account Executive, Exchange at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Make sure you are knowledgeable about the industry as a whole and how it has developed over the last 10 years as well as where you feel it is going.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you have opinions about the industry and what you like/don't like as much as it is a big part of the role to have opinions and know your own visions. Also, make sure you know what advertisers you like and who you don't and why.

Account Executive, Digtal at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

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Interview Advice:

Make sure your personality comes across.

Account Manager, London at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Make sure that you know the difference between a creative agency and a media agency for a start! It's also really important to get across why you're interested in media - even better if you can demonstrate that with some work experience on your application.

Interview Advice:

Be enthusiastic about the role, and it's also worth brushing up on basic percentages.

Account Manager, Media Planning at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Network, network, network.

Interview Advice:

I was asked to answer a content problem. Do your research, and make sure you've investigated every avenue of content strategy.

Content Strategist, Content Marketing at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Do your research and show passion!

Interview Advice:

Think about why Mindshare is the company for you, and why media is the industry for you - try to use past work experience if you can.

Account Manager, The Exchange at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

- Work experience in the relevant field is key.
- Read up on relevant campaigns or events that are currently going on the industry.

Digital Account Executive, American Express at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Do your research into the company and have knowledge of the sector of the business you're applying for

Interview Advice:

Look up cool campaigns that caught your attention

Think of clients you'd like to work on

Think on your feet in any scenario led question

Be confident and friendly and keen

Account Executive, Publishing Exchange at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Work hard but worth it

Interview Advice:

Work on Excel

, at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Keep up to date with industry news.

Interview Advice:

Prepare and be yourself, your personality has to fit.

Account Executive, Media Planning at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Swat up on the general industry press and what the clients represented by Mindshare are up to.

Account Executive, Digital Display – The Exchange at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Be Prepared, in most cases they don't expect you to know an awful lot but they do expect some knowledge.

Interview Advice:

Do not pretend to know things you don't! the interviewer will be able to see straight through it and know you are lying! these people do this 8 hours 7 days a week!

Search Account Executive, at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Do as much research about media agencies as you can before applying. Even having work experience in different areas of media would be very beneficial!

Interview Advice:

Be confident and show that you are a hard worker and the best person for the job - being adaptive, creative and responsible are the best attributes. But remember this is media, you need to also have a bit of fun!

Account Executive, Partnerships at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Showing successes within a team environment is key.

Interview Advice:

Don't be too formal. The industry isn't, and that's something you should reflect in your interview.

Account Executive, Business Planning at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

make sure you have full understanding what media is and what your role actually entails - what part it plays within the account.

Interview Advice:

research the account (brand) inside out, look at case studies and be ready to comment on recent and old campaigns which have or haven't worked.

Account Executive, Unilever AV at Mindshare
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Application Advice:

Make sure you are passionate about the media you are applying to work in

Interview Advice:

Be confident but not arrogant. Some of the decision will be around if you will fit in to the team, are you someone who will be very good at their job but also can have a laugh/good time doing it?

Account Executive, Home Retail Group at Mindshare
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Best:

Colleagues

Worst:

Salary

Account Executive, PLUS at Mindshare
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Best:

Location
Company culture

Worst:

Salary

Account Executive, Paid Social at Mindshare
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Best:

Location
Clients
Teamwork

Worst:

Workload and the ability to communicate that you have no resource

Account Executive, Partnerships at Mindshare
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Best:

fast-paced environment (no routine )
training opportunities

Worst:

work overload

Biddable Account Executive, PPC at Mindshare
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Best:

Atmosphere

Worst:

Fast pace

Account Executive, Account Management at Mindshare
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Best:

- the work
- people
- office
- traning

Worst:

- salary could be better
- progression can be limited.
- slow processes.

Account Executive, Account Management at Other (please specify)
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Best:

It has a fantastic work and social life balance, some many fun things happening all the time and to be part of. Even though its a big company, everyone is so friendly- because of the great social environment you get to meet so many people from other departments.

Worst:

Because there are so many people when working on projects across many departments, it can be difficult to know who's who and find the right person you need.

Account Executive, Partnerships at Mindshare
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Best:

Colleagues

Worst:

Salary

Account Executive, Buyer at Mindshare
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Best:

Great location
Great people
Great working environment

Worst:

High pressure
Learn to swim in the deep end (not for everyone, but it works!)
Leadership change is too often

ACCOUNT MANAGER, FAST – SOCIAL BIDDABALE at Mindshare
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Best:

Great environment and learning opportunities.

Worst:

Low starting pay.

Account Executive, Media Planning at Mindshare
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Best:

Office - Fantastic location and very modern
Lots of Benefits - Subsidised canteen, free bar once a month and free coffee.

Large company that is part of GroupM - so the experience gained is world class.

Worst:

Pay is relatively low however so the industry overall is.

Account Executive, Audio Visual at Mindshare
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Best:

the people, the benefits, growth opportunities

Worst:

salary, junior workload & deadline pressures

Account Executive, Account Management at Mindshare
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Best:

Very supportive and friendly company

Many new opportunities to be a part of

Many extra perks for employees and beautiful offices

Large company also means great exposure to big clients.

Teams are not too big so I have been able to take on responsibility early on and work with various senior people

Worst:

Lack of structure in management, it is not that the company is does not have much of a hierarchy but I would like more formal structure

Account Executive at NEO, Affiliate Marketing at NEO at Mindshare
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Best:

The Huddle = unique opportunity to learn about media and the digital space. A very exciting day where we can learn about new products, listen to talks and generally have the chance to mingle with partners and other companies.
Supportive space, a company where there are events held to help employees with their well-being. I.e. meditation sessions, counselling and GP visits.

Worst:

Progression.

Paid Social Senior Account Executive, Paid Social at Mindshare
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Best:

Great benefits, working from home is encouraged - lack of micromanagement, huge focus on development

Worst:

The gender pay gap

Senior Executive, Search at Mindshare
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Best:

The people and the clientele

Worst:

The scale - a lot of employees sometimes makes it a little impersonal

Account Executive, Account Management at Mindshare
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Best:

The work life balance is good.

Worst:

There have been some questionable management decisions made. I feel like my career progression has basically been put on hold for the last 6 months due to pointless new processes and systems, and there's nothing being done about it.

Account Executive, Media Buying at Mindshare
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Best:

People.
Office culture.
Learning opportunity.

Worst:

Commute.

Intern, Business Planning at Mindshare
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Best:

The Best is probably the speed at which things go in the company. The support and the learning development: they really make an effort with graduates.

Worst:

I can't think of something in particular. Maybe it's hard to grasp the nature of the business if you are foreign to media.

Mindshare
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Best:

The People
The Atmosphere
The Work
The Benefits

Worst:

Salary

Senior Account Executive, TRADED at Mindshare
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Best:

Company culture, location and perks are really good.
Open plan office allows for a lot of cross department learnings and communications.
Great training opportunities.

Worst:

Some communication issues, lack of transparency with progression and pay at times.

Campaign Manager, Campaign Management at Mindshare
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Best:

Benefits

Worst:

Salary

CMT at Mindshare
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Best:

Prestige clients/accounts
Flexible Working
Annual Leave

Worst:

Salary

Senior Account Executive, Paid Social at Mindshare
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Best:

Lots of training available
Offers a good work/life balance

Worst:

Salaries
Career Progression Path

Account Executive, Biddable at Mindshare
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Best:

The work environment is genuinely relaxed and really nice to work in. There always seems to be an event of some kind going on.

For a graduate starting their first job, integrating with the company's culture was really interesting and easy.

Worst:

Unfortunately, not everyone is on the same page all the time, so everyone has to keep explaining the same issues to everyone constantly. - With the new structure coming into effect soon, this will be much less of a pressing issue.

Ad Ops Trafficker, Ad Ops at Mindshare
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Best:

Colleagues, work/life balance, working with people who are actually interested in what they work on

Worst:

Feeling of lack of control over progression (trend of promoting based on time at company rather than performance) and strong top-down management. Went through a restructure this year that changed a lot of things and didn't feel like much responsibility or input was taken on how this would affect everyone.

Campaign Manager, Campaign Management at Mindshare
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Best:

Good opportunity of career progression.

Worst:

N/A

Ad ops trafficker, Campaign Management Department at Mindshare
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Best:

I feel like Mindshare are moving toward becoming much more of a modern workplace with flexibility offered and lots of training opportunities.

Worst:

The company can sometimes feel very big with pockets of people who are very separate.

Account Manager, Partnerships at Mindshare
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Best:

Plenty of perks, a young and interesting workforce (in general at least!).

Worst:

It's not uncommon to work in a role for 6 months before your promotion is confirmed. There is also a lack of structure that means some accounts get the short straw vs others- though this should be resolved by a recent restructure.

Connections Planner, Media Planning at Mindshare
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Best:

Good training and clear progression structure

Worst:

Lack of info on restructures, wider business stuff

Account Executive, Digital Display Planning/Buying at Mindshare
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Best:

Working environment, benefits offered

Worst:

As the company is so large little things can take a long time to resolve.

Finance Media Coordinator, Finance at Mindshare
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Best:

Lots of perks to be had and they're easy to get e.g. most of them are not based on how long you've been here, as long as you've passed probation.

Worst:

Lack of transparency often between the senior management and graduates. There are some great members of the senior leadership team, but often things are very hush hush.

Account Executive, Planning at Mindshare
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Best:

Opportunities to learn, leader in the industry, the people.

Worst:

Difficult to progress

Account Executive, Exchange at Mindshare
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Best:

Fantastic working environment.

Worst:

Fairly low salary

Account Executive, B2B at Mindshare
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Best:

It's vibrant and full of lively people

Worst:

It's not as organised as other sectors due to the nature of work we do. We can get outcasted really quickly if we don't keep up with the dynamic nature.

Account Executive, Social Biddable at Mindshare
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Best:

The culture of the company - it is very relaxed, sociable and fun!

Worst:

Sometimes it is difficult to move department or progress due to sheer size. You have to stand out and be determined to raise your salary or move up the chain.

Account Manager, Digital Display and Print at Mindshare
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Best:

The structure for development

Worst:

Some departments are much better run/have a better culture than others.

Account Manager, Partnerships at Mindshare
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Best:

1) The people are great, and the atmosphere within the office is very social able and enjoyable.
2) Great benefit package
3) Great office facilities

Worst:

No bad points about the company

Ad Operations Exec, Chanel UK at Mindshare
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Best:

Opportunity

Worst:

Internal politics

Display Account Executive, Planning & Buying at Mindshare
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Best:

benefits

Worst:

new structure

Account Executive, at Mindshare
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Best:

The attitude of all the staff. The work hard play hard ethic.

Account Executive, Media Planning at Mindshare
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Best:

one of the best in the industry/country

Worst:

low/uneven paid salaries

Account Executive, at Mindshare
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Best:

So many things going on, always a great atmosphere and a good balance of work/play

Worst:

Occasional lack of communication between departments

Account Executive, Research & Insights at Mindshare
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Best:

Location, people, career progression and international opportunities

Worst:

Workload can vary and deadlines can be tight

Account Executive, at Mindshare
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Best:

Work:life balance, good colleagues, amazing accounts to work on

Worst:

Hours/need to be organised/have good time management

Account Executive, Digital and Publishing at Mindshare
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Best:

-The social side of things is great. Especially whenever you first join at the lower levels. I was new to the city so that was a great thing for me.
-It's also quite an innovative company so if you have a great idea on how to improve ways of working - so

Worst:

There is sometimes too much of a divide between the media planners and the channel experts which can lead to some mild irritations on some accounts. However, I believe the company is restructuring how they work so that this is being address and people will be working together in a more collaborative way.

Affiliate Marketing Account Executive, Affiliate Marketing at Mindshare
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