Outbrain Jobs & Careers in London, England

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2 days ago

Sales Manager, London - Brands & Agencies – new

Outbrain London, England

Creative, passionate, resourceful, bright, proactive, motivated, team player are just some of the attributes that make you an ideal Outbrainer. You… Glassdoor

6 days ago

Junior Account Strategist

Outbrain London, England

As with all Outbrain positions, we're looking for someone who is resourceful, bright, proactive, a go-getter, works well independently and as part of… Glassdoor

15 days ago

Technical Account Manager/Sales Engineer

Outbrain London, England

The TAM/SE will form a close partnership with our Account Managers, Product Management, Engineering and Sales Teams and will actively contribute to… Glassdoor

21 days ago

Office Administrator/Front of House

Outbrain London, England

• Greet guests youre the first port of call for any queries and external contacts • Answer calls, emails and queries • Manage all deliveries… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Sales intern

Outbrain London, England

Mixture of research, sales outreach and presentation creation Qualifications/Skills English speaking Resourceful Ability to create written and… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Sales Manager - Brands & Agencies

Outbrain London, England

Outbrain provides a fun, fast-paced, hard working culture, built on top performance. We offer a competitive package, including basic salary… Glassdoor

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    friendly people but lack of direction.

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    I worked at Outbrain full-time


    people are nice and in general fairly smart. diverse culture and people from various places. company places emphasis on quality of advertisers and publishers. there are also free drinks, snacks and occasional lunch.


    increasing number of old-timers adding little value to the business. promotions look very few and far between whilst expecting you to be available every hour of the day and night. there is no work/life balance. there is also a lot of tension between teams especially those high up. i have been seeing more negatives than positives in the last six months.

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    decide on a direction and stick with it. be less reactive and more proactive. more internal professionalism needed. managers need to calm down.

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