PHMG is the world's leading provider of audio branding, helping businesses across the globe sound as good as they look since 1998.
Experts in audio for over 18 years, PHMG helps more than 28,000 subscribing clients connect to their customers through sound – including world-leading brands such as Coca-Cola, Audi and Adidas.
With a product portfolio that features On-Hold Marketing, Auto Attendant and Out-of-Hours Messaging, PHMG helps its clients get their message across in the most brand consistent way. Their team of copywriters, producers and voiceover artists create world-class productions that engage and inform callers every time they get in touch. And thanks to an expert team of Audio Branding Consultants and Account Managers, clients are supported at every stage.
PHMG is a proud member of the ICS. Following a recent in-depth survey by this organisation, the company scored higher than the UK average in every category, with a 97% satisfaction rate. These exceptional results prove an unwavering commitment to customer care.
Now’s an exciting time to be part of PHMG. Our international client base is expanding across the globe, creating endless opportunities for rapid career progression. And with your success comes valuable rewards.
More than 400 staff work across our offices in London, Manchester and Chicago – and we want to add your talent to our dynamic, creative and passionate team.
Showing our support. Playing our part.
The PHMG Foundation is our unique fundraising initiative, designed to help us give something back. Founded in 2013, it was established with one key objective in mind:
To assist – in any such way the trustees see fit – any charity whose aims include relieving poverty, distress, sickness and disease.
Every year, each department in the company selects the charity they want to fundraise for, allowing us to support the causes closest to our hearts. In just four years, we’ve raised more than £150,000 for almost 50 different organisations – taking part in 150 activities including marathons, triathlons and assault courses. 2016 was our biggest year yet, and we raised a record total of £30,000. This was doubled by the company to create a donation of £60,000, and this incredible result is all down to the hard work and generosity of our staff.
Last year may have been a huge success, but we’re not stopping there. 2017’s list of charities features 18 worthy causes including Action for Children, Rainbow Trust and the Toronto Humane Society. With a new target of £50,000 and a host of exciting events in the pipeline, we plan to make this year even bigger and better.
I worked at PHMG full-time
Im in corporate sales now, very high end stuff and earning a great wage with a huge salary. In comparison, a total breeze to my time at PHMG. That said, my hard work ethic came from my time there. I do miss the buzz of the office. Here's the deal. PHMG is a relic of old school sales. It's very, very hard graft and in no way a PC culture! Only the hard workers are rewarded and the weak are shown the door. It may be a bit extreme but I honestly think the modern sales culture could learn to pull some of that mentality back. I never got into trouble at PH, I grafted and got paid a very fair commission. It's a simple one that doesn't try and trick you with overly complicated KPIs (most companies try to pull the wool over the eyes of their employees). There was constant banter and a real buzz there. Expect strong language and lots of noise. If that doesn't sound like your cup of tea, then go elsewhere.
The only place I've ever worked where the MD smiles, chats to his staff and is actually liked - this is appreciated.
I learn allot here and now have a very cushy job, allot of successful people have come from that place. Think of it as a sales school, but be prepared to FIGHT.
I suppose if you aren't the right fit (and by that I mean are not prepared to work) then you could list loads. As I said, if you are not prepared to graft then don't even bother.
If you are lazy or easily offended, you are going to hate it.
Advice to Management
I applied through other source. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at PHMG (London, England) in November 2016.
Was contacted by phone and massively oversold to about the company and then was invited in for an interview, Had two face to interviews with the managing director offered me the job on the day and asked me to go to Manchester for a weeks training with a group of new starters.