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Unbounce Overview

Vancouver, BC
51 to 200 employees
2009
Company - Private
Enterprise Software & Network Solutions
Unknown / Non-Applicable
Unbounce is the leading platform for marketers when it comes to building landing pages and creating conversion opportunities — and we’d love for you to join the team and help us continue blazing the trail in conversion optimization.

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Mission: To educate, connect and empower marketing teams and agencies to grow their businesses with the best conversion tools on Earth.

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Unbounce – Why Work With Us?


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When Unbounce launched in August 2009, landing pages were little more than a marketing buzzword. Since that time, Unbounce has pushed landing pages into the mainstream by empowering marketers to quickly build, publish & A/B test without I.T. bottlenecks. Today, we continue to help businesses create better marketing experiences by improving what is already the world’s fastest and most customizable landing page builder.


Our Vision

Unbounce exists to empower every business to create better marketing experiences.

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Delight Everyone

Create opportunities that bring unexpected joy to those around you.

Be Empowering

Give everyone around you the opportunity to do what they do best, to improve their abilities, and exceed their own expectations.

Be Courageous

Speak up when you have something to say, give honest feedback, and be willing to make difficult decisions.

Be Transparent

Make your decisions with integrity. Be honest and open about everything you do.

Be Humble

Know that we can always improve, and that we’re where we are today thanks to our amazing community of customers & co-workers.

Be Generous

Always give more than you expect in return.

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Work Ethic

There is a common thread amongst all of us at Unbounce and it's our drive to create the best possible product and experience for our customers. We're a startup that has gotten to where we are with hard work and a strong work ethic. As a result, we enjoy an awesome culture and some great perks that make it all worthwhile.

Vancouver/Montreal/Berlin

We’re headquartered in downtown Vancouver, BC, and have a growing office in Montreal’s Plateau neighbourhood and Berlin as well!. Both are right in the middle of transit, restaurants, bars, and plenty of other sights & sounds.

Driven Team

Our team is hovering around 184 and we have a rapidly growing user base of savvy online marketers. We’re 8 years old, we have strong growing revenue, and our customers love us.

Amazing Customers

From startups and small businesses to big brands that you know and love, over 13,000 businesses use Unbounce to do better marketing.

There is a common thread amongst all of us at Unbounce and it's our drive to create the best possible product and experience for our customers. We're a startup that has gotten to where we are with hard work and a strong work ethic. As a result, we enjoy an awesome culture and some great perks that make it all worthwhile.

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Awesome Tools

Depending on your needs, we provide an iMac or MacBook with plenty of rendering power for all those pixels.

Four Weeks Vacation

You heard it here first! We offer an extensive vacation package to every employee -- no matter your job title. You work hard, you deserve a great vacation.

$1000 Vacation Bonus

We encourage everyone to take their four weeks vacation and offer a $1000 vacation bonus to see that you do. Our hope is that this cash helps you explore new avenues and experiences.

Benefits

We offer a solid work–life balance to keep your mind healthy, and medical, dental, life, and vision insurance for the rest. As an additional perk, we offer a $500 networking budget, and a $500 health & wellness allowance.

Keep Learning

Keep up to date and improve your skills. Whether it's purchasing books, attending conferences or taking new classes, we encourage you to further your education and unleash your inner nerd.

Flexible Hours

We don’t punch clocks and our reasoning is simple: act like a grownup, get treated like a grownup.  Put in an honest day's work and you can earn some flexibility for when and where you do it.

Unbounce Reviews

  • "Great company, great culture"

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Vancouver, BC
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Vancouver, BC
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at Unbounce full-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    This company truly lives its core values and creates an environment for people to do their best work.

    Cons

    The open-concept office makes it hard to do focus work.

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Unbounce Photos

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Unbounce Interviews

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Getting an Interview

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    Software Engineer Interview

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    Application

    I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Unbounce in July 2019.

    Interview

    First was a 30 minute chat with a person from HR to go over my work history and some behavioral questions. I was then given a take home assignment on a Friday and asked to spend no more than 1-2 hours on it. The prime objective of the quiz was to see how the candidate worked with http APIs. I was given an email address to email in case I had questions but was also told that it was unmonitored over the weekend.
    I complete the quiz in about 2 hours making assumptions where the question was vague and submitted it on Sunday night.

    On Tuesday I was rejected and I asked for feedback on what I could have done differently to improve my code. This is where it gets interesting because I was told that the main reason I was rejected was lack of communication. I did not email them to tell them how I approached the problem or how I would test it.
    "While the assessment is meant to evaluate a candidate technically, it's also used to determine how well they communicate their thoughts, as communication is a very key aspect of this team. "

    Lack of communication on an unmonitored email address where the goal of the quiz was to test my technical ability - not peer programming. I was flabbergasted. This was one of the most unprofessionally conducted technical interviews I have ever done. The company themselves provided instructions for one thing and expected something completely different. I do feel like I dodged a bullet on this one.

    Interview Questions

    • Use the GitHub API to implement a function that will retrieve repository statistics of Clojure projects   Answer Question
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Unbounce Awards & Accolades

  • Technology Fast 50™ Companies-to-Watch, Deloitte, 2014

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