Quietly Overview

  • www.quiet.ly
  • Vancouver, Canada
  • 1 to 50 Employees
  • 2013
  • Company - Private
  • Publishing
  • Unknown / Non-Applicable

CompetitorsUNKNOWN

Quietly Reviews

3.7
65%
Recommend to a Friend
69%
Approve of CEO
Dario Meli
Dario Meli
9 Ratings
5.0
Current Employee, more than 5 years

"intense, but fun and rewarding"

22 Jan 2021 - Strategy in Vancouver, BC
Recommends
Positive Outlook
Approves of CEO

Pros

people here are excellent. working with intelligent and high-calibre teams is intense but rewarding. very much work hard play hard. get to travel to cool cities for client work (new york, london,

Cons

fast paced, high expectations, etc. is demanding and not for everyone. steep learning curve. colleagues and clients can be direct at times. wish there was more formal training and professional

Advice to Management

more vacation days please
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Diversity & Inclusion at Quietly

4.0
(1 Review)

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Does there seem to be diversity at Quietly?

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Quietly Interviews

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  1. Product Manager Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Vancouver, BC
    No Offer
    Neutral Experience
    Easy Interview
    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Quietly (Vancouver, BC)

    Interview

    Coffee and chat with CEO and CIO
    Very casual
    Showed me their renovated office-in-a-townhome setup. Quite cool

    After interview, I got the vibe that they really wanted a super rockstar unicorn product manager - one who could drive a Development team, as well as manage day-to-day and strategic/visionary product management tasks. I fit that mold fine and would have happily taken the challenge.

    What threw me off was that they also wanted someone who was seasoned in product marketing management as well. Developing GTM strategies, executing them, driving marketing campaigns, etc ... while I was up for the challenge to learn, it's WAY too much to ask of for 1 person to do 3 total functions, and to do it well. They were only offering market rate for a senior product manager too.

    In the end, I did not get an offer, but I'm glad I didn't. Would have been a privilege though to be mentored by one of the founders of Hootsuite.
    Interview

    My product management process, what challenges me, how to prioritize, digging into engineering process, what marketing activities I'd done in the past

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Quietly Awards & Accolades

  • 100 most inspiring workplaces around the worldTalent Tribe2016
  • Deloitte’s Technology Fast 50Deloitte’s Technology Fast 502014

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How are senior leaders perceived at Quietly?

...There is a large female presence at Quietly, but it seems to be the case that the leadership team profits from the work of underpaid women....

22 July 2020

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