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American Marketing Association Overview

Chicago, IL (US)
51 to 200 employees
1937
Non-profit Organisation
Membership Organisations
₹1 to ₹5 billion (INR) per year
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Who We Are
With a network of 445,000 marketers, the American Marketing Association (AMA) is the world’s largest marketing association, and the most relevant force and voice shaping marketing today. AMA is an essential community for marketers that inspires ... Read more

Mission: At the American Marketing Association (AMA), we’re striving to be the most relevant voice shaping marketing around the world. Our passion and dedication to uncovering the next best practices in marketing, paired with our core values of being curious, courageous ... Read more

American Marketing Association Reviews

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    Current Employee - Manager in Chicago, IL (US)
    Current Employee - Manager in Chicago, IL (US)
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    I have been working at American Marketing Association full-time

    Pros

    A lot of focus is put on the competencies of the AMA and I've seen them reiterated so often that it truly has shaped the culture of the organization in the best possible way.

    By focusing on infrastructure improvements, the AMA is constantly looking into the future in how to best service their members and therefore keeping us relevant to our core audience.

    Including members from all teams in interview panels, design sprints and user testing not only introduces AMA employees to aspects of the business they might not have exposure to but also makes all successes more broad than "this team won".

    Cons

    Honestly, nothing that I can think of.

    Advice to Management

    Keep leading while managing.

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American Marketing Association Photos

American Marketing Association photo of: Mardi Gras Party!
American Marketing Association photo of: While we seek to look forward, it’s always a treat to look back to our history. Here’s a recent find to remind us how much has changed, and how much is evergreen.
American Marketing Association photo of: Sometimes conference rooms aren't as comfy as a nice couch!
American Marketing Association photo of: We made it! A PEASful transformation; a new AMA came to life today.
American Marketing Association photo of: The AMA Global Support Center rocked it today for the Chicago Public Schools! See you next year Chicago Cares’ Serve-A-Thon!
American Marketing Association photo of: A hearty and joyous welcome to our newest AMAers! Woo hoo!
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American Marketing Association Interviews

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    Account Executive Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Chicago, IL (US)
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at American Marketing Association (Chicago, IL (US)) in March 2016.

    Interview

    The interview process with the AMA was a positive one from start to finish. I applied via LinkedIn and was then contacted to complete a video interview screening (to be completed in my own time) which was followed by a request for an in-person interview. They were flexible with interview times and clear about whom I'd be meeting with during the interviews so I had an opportunity to research and prepare. During the interviews, I met with four different people, all of whom I'd be working with (either reporting to or indirectly reporting to) which gave me a good perspective on the team and environment I'd be joining. After the interview, they gave me a timeline as to when I would hear back and they adhered closely to this schedule so there was no confusion. It was one of the more straightforward and efficient interview processes I've encountered.

    Interview Questions

    • Being a sales-based role, I was asked how I would prioritize the time I spent with specific clients and also how to handle when an offer is rejected.   Answer Question
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American Marketing Association Awards & Accolades

  • Association / Non-Profit (B-to-B) – Use of Digital Imagery, Ozzie Awards, 2014
  • Association / Non-Profit (B-to-B) – Use of Photography(Honorable Mention), Ozzie Awards, 2014
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