Mission: To help people plan less and live more.
I have been working at HotelTonight full-time (More than a year)
HotelTonight's culture is something unique - Ask any current or former employer and they will tell you they feel they'll never work for a company with the vibe HT has. On top of that, the level of transparency and ownership is truly amazing, from interns to country managers. So many people start their careers at HT and I can say nobody regrets to do so
Change is constant and in a small office you can feel that even more. Additionally, working with SF may mean staying slightly longer ( work life balance is still ver good) and difficults collaboration and alignment
I applied through an employee referral. I interviewed at HotelTonight (London, England) in August 2017.
Time wasting. I did 5 interviews and every time I was asked almost the same questions. They were looking for someone unexperienced (and I have a wide experience in Biz Dev) and they told me they decided to move forward with someone with more experience 🤷🏻♀️.
Guys, make peace with your brain before to interview people.
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