Box Jobs & Careers in London, England

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9 days ago

Enterprise Sales Representative

Box London, England

As a Enterprise Sales Representative, you are a hunter and sales leader experienced selling SaaS to C-level buyers (IT and LOB) in Enterprise… Box

16 days ago

Senior Counsel EMEA

Box London, England

• Draft, review and negotiate a variety of agreements primarily enterprise SaaS-PaaS sales contracts involving nuanced global data protection and… Box

26 days ago

Recruitment Associate EMEA (6 months contract)

Box London, England

As a Recruitment Associate, you will help identify and recruit the incredible talent that will drive our company mission forward, while ensuring… Box

1 day ago

Implementation Consultant – new

Box London, England

• Lead new Box customer implementations including managing the project plan and project resources • Ensure that a plan is in place for each… Box

13 days ago

Head of HR, EMEA

Box London, England

• Build effective relationships with managers, employees, and executives alike, advocating for Boxers' needs and wants • Provide core human… Box

13 days ago

PR Manager EMEA

Box London, England

• Support European PR planning and execution • Manage regional PR… Box

18 days ago

Senior Product Marketing Manager, EMEA

Box London, England

• Were looking for an ambitious, hard-working, strategic, and eloquent marketer with experience leading EMEA product marketing for a fast-growing… Box

4 days ago

EMEA Collections Specialist

Box London, England

• Contact and follow up with customers who have unpaid invoices • Point of contact for customers via telephone and email, resolving billing… Box

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    Great culture and people...

    Current Employee - Sales
    Current Employee - Sales

    I have been working at Box full-time (more than 3 years)


    Culture starting at the top is top notch and hopefully no matter what happens (IPO or acquisition), this culture will be sustaining. A lot of topnotch talent in place although many on the sales side are starting to leave. Product is also VERY good but even more differentiation is needed to fight off Microsoft and Dropbox long-term. Both companies have much more market awareness and the file sync and share market is quickly becoming a commodity.


    Product is a "nice to have" for many enterprises which is driving down pricing and general value-add. Starting to lose some top talent in the field. Way too many VPs/Mgrs. Seems like we could cut 20% of the fat and still have plenty of layers in place

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Keep differentiating at a rapid pace to stay ahead of MS and Dropbox. Strive like hell to keep culture in place long-term

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