Working for Event Network is an unique experience. Not like any other retailers, in the sense that it is a smaller company and has products that are exclusive to the venue that they are partnered with.
I tend to find the products are a mixed bag and depending upon the "vertical" you work for, therefor the more successful venues have a pick of the litter for what they can sell while the smaller lesser known ones kind of get what is left over from nearby venues. I guess it's to be expected when it comes to business.
Speaking of business, the best part of working for Event Network is the potential for every employee to grow and move up from the store to the corporate side of the company. It's not easy but it's a pretty straightforward process for anyone interested.
Also prepare to be FLEXIBLE. I know most retail jobs require that of their employees but with Event Network operating within Aquariums Museums & other notable tourist attractions, its more than likely your schedule will get switched around even more so, you may go from working a 9-5 to 5-12 because of an event.
There's also large amounts of school groups for some venues, and business picks up for everyone during the summer so that will effect scheduling as well.
Overall, my experience has been a pretty good one, it's a rewarding feeling that my hard work has gone noticed and that I have had help to reach my goals within the company, with the potential to achieve more in the future.
Growth, Promotions, contest, inclusive community, you can learn and meet different people, travel for learning programs
expensive benefits, long random work hours, out of touch sometimes