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Disciple Overview

London, England
1 to 50 employees
2012
Company - Private
IT Service
Unknown / Non-Applicable
At Disciple, we’re building a new kind of owned media platform. One with trust, privacy and community at its heart.

Disillusioned with the business practices and toxic environment of the social networks, and frustrated by the limitations of owned ... Read more

Disciple Reviews

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  • "Working for Disciple is a YES"

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    I have been working at Disciple full-time

    Pros

    Great people, always ready to help one another, and work together towards a common goal - to make this start-up a success! Driven and relaxed at the same time, I am so happy I left my corp job and found this Company!

    Cons

    Like every start-up, there are still a bunch of things to figure out and there isn't always a standard process in place - but that's one of the reasons why I joined in the first place! Also, the current building has an open hallway which makes it cold to go to the kitchen and bathroom during winter, but we're moving in a few months so that's cool :)

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Disciple Interviews

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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Disciple (London, England) in April 2017.

    Interview

    The first interview I had was with the CFO who was really engaging and receptive to my ideas and answers to any questions, which put me at ease. I liked everything I heard about the company and really wanted the job from this initial meeting. I was asked back for a second interview where I met the CEO and Head of HR - meeting them really cemented my perception of the company and their vision, it was definitely something I wanted to be part of. As soon as the interview finished I emailed the CFO stating why I wanted the job so much and why I thought my skillset would a good fit. I think this worked in my favour as I ultimately got the job and I haven't looked back since.

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