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- Culture & Values
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I have been working at Disney Consumer Products full-time (more than 10 years)Pros
Almost everyone you work with at DCP is clever, creative and hard-working. Working with a brand like Disney is a once-in-a-career experience. Perks like the park passes are great if you like that sort of thingCons
Decisions are slow, many of your co-workers are extremely risk-averse, and the politics are really quite something. Expect to make less than people with your title at other studios; and expect your title to be a notch or two below what it would be elsewhere.RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at Disney Consumer Products in November 2013.Interview Details
I met with a number of key stakeholders in one day at several campuses. The process seemed lengthy and the structure that wove these corporate officers together was unwieldy. It didn't seem like a few of the interviewers knew exactly what they needed from the position of why the position was important, just that they needed help.
I found one gentleman to be downright arrogant. He immediately asked me to solve a problem with no background on the "why" or "how" of the situation. It was a sort of "gotcha" moment that was intended to put people on the spot but it made him seem desperate.
In the end, DCP seems to have the financial backing of actual goods being sold, as opposed to Disney Interactive. I enjoyed speaking with Margita, however.Interview Questions
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Disney Consumer Products (DCP) is the business segment of The Walt Disney Company and its affiliates that delivers innovative and engaging product experiences across thousands of categories from toys and apparel to books and fine art. Under the leadership of President Bob Chapek, DCP is focused on franchise growth and product quality and innovation. This focus enables DCP to deliver compelling merchandise at retailers around the world enriching consumers' experience with the Disney brand and its characters.
DCP is comprised of three business units: Licensing, Publishing...