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Washington, DC (US)
51 to 200 employees
2011
Company - Private
Enterprise Software & Network Solutions
Unknown / Non-Applicable
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October 2018: Cvent acquires Social Tables http://bit.ly/2COlZWI. Here at Social Tables we believe in bringing people together to achieve great things. Every day we make event and meeting planning easy with cloud-based hospitality software that helps properties and planners ... Read more

Mission: At Social Tables we connect the hospitality industry through effortless event planning that creates successful face-to-face events.

Social Tables Reviews

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    "My Journey at Social Tables"

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    Current Employee - Senior Client Success Advisor in Washington, DC (US)
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    Pros

    I started working for Social Tables in May 2017 as a part-time as a Customer Care Representative right after I completed the Disney College Program in Orlando, FL— so, I had the hospitality training, but I needed to enhance my Tech skills to level up for a full-time position. I had to push myself, work hard, but then I was promoted to full-time on the Customer Care Team on February 8th, 2018 (exactly 1 year ago today!)

    Reflecting on my journey today, I can really appreciate how much I’ve grown and learned on both a professional and personal level since my time here. Sure — there were some long and hard days, days that were better than others. But I’ve had great managers/mentors to learn from, fantastic colleagues who support me, I get to oversee our official Instagram account, work out of an amazing office space located in the heart of D.C., and I’ve had so many great opportunities from Social Tables — branching off that, I just received a promotion this week! I am now a Senior Client Success Advisor and I’m thrilled for this next step in my career. My growth here has proven to me that hard work pays off, and does not go unnoticed.

    We were acquired by Cvent in October of 2018 but our culture has remained the same! It’s been such a great learning experience going through this acquisition too. Throughout this time of constant change, it’s apparent how important our core values and culture matter. This company is truly unlike any other, there is never a dull moment, and everyone has a #WorkHardPlayHard mentality. You can be yourself here and people will embrace your quirks. My experience at Social Tables has been very positive and I’m so excited for my next step!

    Cons

    N/A - the pros outweigh the cons

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Social Tables Photos

Social Tables photo of: Social Tables + Cvent October 2018
Social Tables photo of: October 2018 - Social Tables team the day Cvent acquired us!
Social Tables photo of: ST HQ
Social Tables photo of: Exiting Tabler getting his Alumni T-shirt - Chiavari Awards 2016
Social Tables photo of: Holiday Party
Social Tables photo of: Parent's Weekend at National's Park
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Social Tables Interviews

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    Software Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Washington, DC (US)
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    Application

    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Social Tables (Washington, DC (US)) in February 2016.

    Interview

    There were one or two phone screens covering basic software engineering skills, but the meat of the process took place in the onsites. These interviews included:

    - One round of standard engineering interview boilerplate. Covered knowledge of Node and other frameworks, networking, application architecture, etc. Pretty standard stuff, but actually focuses less on "traditional" compsci whiteboarding challenges; ST is a bit ahead of the curve in terms of overcoming the industry's tendency towards 4-year university elitism, and is extremely friendly to bootcamp graduates.

    - One culture round featuring a panel with members of several teams. This round focused on making sure that a candidate connects well to all members of the org. Relaxed atmosphere, but definitely a little more serious than the average culture segment out there. Come prepared to act like a human being.

    - One round of discussion about a recently completed project. Be prepared to defend your engineering decisions and take a deep dive into the mechanics of your solution.

    Interview Questions

    • Showcase a project that you've worked on recently, and describe its strengths and weaknesses.   1 Answer
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Social Tables Awards & Accolades

  • Happiest Company Award and Employee Recognition Award, TINYpulse, 2015
  • Innovator of the Year, Catersource, 2015
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