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About the company

  • CEO
    Max Cartellieri (Co-CEO) | Andrew Heath (Co-CEO)
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $100M to $500M (USD)
  • Industry
  • Headquarters
    San Francisco | New York ...
  • Link
    AlphaSights website

AlphaSights was born with a purpose: to unlock human knowledge and power success. From

our state-of-the-art offices in nine major world cities, we connect business leaders seeking

knowledge with the experts who possess it. We’re one of the fastest-growing global companies,

employing 1500+ colleagues of 60+ nationalities.

Our clients include investment funds, consultancies, and Fortune 500 companies. The dynamic network of industry professionals we connect our clients with allows them to make superior investment and business decisions.

We’re a fast-paced, client-driven service organization. We respond to client inquiries within minutes and deliver within hours. When tight deadlines and robust insight is make or break, our clients can count on us.

We are the global leader in knowledge on-demand.

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Employees at AlphaSights have reported receiving these benefits. They will vary by role and location.

Health insurance
Food provided
Gym membership
Vision insurance
Work from home
Flexible schedule
Dental insurance
Retirement plan
Commuter assistance

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 45 reviews and is evolving.



QA Specialist in Remote
on May 16, 2022

There is no room for advancement. Performance is not measured by management directly and is not consistent. The QA manager is very removed and too much responsibility is given to one or two individuals. A lot of turnover. Nobody stays long term.

Senior Consultant Advisor in San Francisco, CA
on October 28, 2022

The advisor Assessment got more and more challenging. It's as if the questionnaire was asking the questions that should've been during our phone calls. Needless to say they never paid me after they got more difficult.

Consultant in Remote
on June 3, 2022

I was not an employee (e.g. a client manager), but was a recruited consultant. Their rate of pay for junior people may seem attractive, but they expect a high level of unpaid effort that undermines the consultant's job. They pay well below my normal rates and do not bring good clients. They repeatedly wanted to withhold pay for effort they acknowledged I had worked, so they could force me to work unpaid hours. I told them the contract I signed was not firm fixed price, but hourly and they agreed. But they refused to pay for any phone consultations, any time on the phone with the client managers (who added little value and called frequently), and they would withhold documents and then give me the new document and expect me to read it and revise my writing to include the new material "as a correction" to my existing text (for no pay). The client managers would spend 30-40 minutes of my time quibbling over an hour of my effort. If you are a junior person with few contacts and no job, it might not be a bad way to make some money. If you are competent with skills people need, it is not worth your time.

Associate in New York
on March 29, 2022

Long hours with poor compensation to match, which they try to make up for by providing perks in the office. I'd rather have that money in my pocket. A lot of favoritism and cliquey culture.

QA Manager in New York, NY
on January 17, 2022

Stressful job environment. Lots of value placed on performance and hitting targets and very little value on actual long-term retention. As a result, there's a high turnover of contractors, which doesn't look good for the company.

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