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    "A rare company that consistently provides a welcoming and appreciated work environment"

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Francisco, CA (US)
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Francisco, CA (US)
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    I have been working at Checkout.com full-time (More than 3 years)

    Pros

    Amazing culture. Numerous opportunities to consistently improve and advance. Caring and supportive management and HR staff. Always striving to improve. During Covid, management strived to make sure people had what they needed both to do the job as well as their well being.

    Cons

    With Covid, the separation has made it harder for the teams to collaborate. Checkout has stepped up its efforts to make sure info is shared via the on-line tools.

    Advice to Management

    Keep doing what you are doing. In my opinion you come across one or two companies where you really enjoy coming to work. This is one of those companies.

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    Global Partnership Manager Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in San Francisco, CA (US)
    No Offer
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    Difficult Interview

    Application

    I applied online. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at Checkout.com (San Francisco, CA (US)) in May 2021.

    Interview

    The interview process took almost 3 months from start to finish. It was extremely time consuming and the final interview with leadership was a presentation where they asked you to map out how you would basically do the job from start to finish. It took hours and hours of work to put that free thought leadership presentation together and I was hesitant to even send the presentation to them because it truly was free work. Overall it was a very negative experience and I didn't feel that the leadership was very friendly and communicative at all. They asked for entirely too much from their candidates for the level of job. Morale of the story is, if an interview process makes you uncomfortable, its likely not a good fit/culture.

    Interview Questions

    • A key function of our senior partnership marketing role will be to determine how to tier our partners and determine the level of marketing effort against each tier based on projected outcomes. You’ll also work to ideate and run integrated campaigns in collaboration with the top tier partners to drive more awareness and acquisition for Checkout.com.
      The purpose of this case study is to get an understanding of how you would think through that tiring and see your creativity and approach for developing an integrated co-marketing campaign from the ground up. The presentation does not have to be all inclusive, but should demonstrate the following: your creative approach, how you think through KPIs and goals, the way you work with cross-functional partners, and how you operationalize partnership-based marketing campaigns.
      Remember: In this role, we are looking for you to demonstrate your ability to be strategic, deeply creative, and pragmatically operational. We want to see how you think.
      The presentation can be completed in any preferred format.
      The presentation should be high-level, but look to demonstrate your breadth of knowledge and how you think through these programs. You should allow 40 to 60 minutes for the full presentation, inclusive of questions.   Answer Question
    • Part I:
      Checkout.com works with three key partner categories:
      ● Platforms - eCommerce, subscription mgmt, marketplace, ERP, FinTech
      ● Agency and system integrators - building on the platforms we support
      ● Distribution partners - ISVs, payment consultants, trade associations, PE/VC, payment method commercialisation, public tenders, ISOs
      You can see the list of our partners at https://www.checkout.com/partners.
      Our goal is to leverage these partners to increase Checkout.com awareness and drive acquisition via deep integration and partnership. To effectively achieve this, we must prioritize and tier our partners in order to ensure that our finite marketing resources are effectively deployed and leveraged.
      Walk us through your framework for tiering and prioritizing partners. Discuss how you created your tiering framework and how this framework would guide cross-functional marketing support and effort allocation.   Answer Question
    • Part II:
      For our top tier partners, we look to launch creative co-marketing initiatives that drive Checkout.com’s brand awareness and our overarching acquisition of new merchants. Pick one of our top partners (based on your framework) and come up with an idea for an integrated marketing co-marketing campaign that helps us achieve these goals, together. We want to see your creativity in marketing initiatives and understand how you would leverage your cross-functional marketing channels to drive success for the campaign.   Answer Question
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