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- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I worked at Disney Consumer Products full-time (more than 3 years)Pros
Great people, smartest I've ever worked with. Some roles can give you real stand out and in licensing you work with the top partners in most categories. Disney has powerhouse brands so typically you will be working with senior contacts within the licensee's business and building a great network.Cons
Networking can become your second career... The focus for a long time was on spin, not substance, with senior management focused on managing the message upwards. It can become frustrating and when it does leave. Once you leave you will look back and realise how much you learnt at Disney - it will have been challenging but it will have been worth it.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Disney will always be able to attract talent and talented people will always deliver results. More clarity on how goals / aop is set and an honest two way discussion will create a plan that can be delivered.RecommendsPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Disney Consumer Products.Interview Details
I applied online through the Disney careers website to around 10 internships and was contacted for 3.
The first two positions started with phone interviews with recruiters. They lasted about 10 minutes each and went through my resume, experience, skills, and availability.
The third position had me come to the office for a face-to-face interview with 2 people in the department. The first interview was very quick, not very conversational, but the second person I spoke to was very conversational and enjoyable.Interview Questions
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Disney Consumer Products (DCP) is the business segment of The Walt Disney Company and its affiliates that delivers innovative and engaging product experiences across thousands of categories from toys and apparel to books and fine art. Under the leadership of President Bob Chapek, DCP is focused on franchise growth and product quality and innovation. This focus enables DCP to deliver compelling merchandise at retailers around the world enriching consumers' experience with the Disney brand and its characters.
DCP is comprised of three business units: Licensing, Publishing...