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Not a great place to work
Former employee (Former Employee) –  New York, NYDecember 18, 2018
Management has no clue what they're doing. Also place is a sweatshop if you work in sales. There are worse places to work though. If you're young and/or dumb, work here. If not don't bother
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Cool company but destined to fail
Former (Former Employee) –  New York, NYMarch 29, 2018
The company idea is cool, but the business model will never support sustainable growth. Management runs a tight ship, meaning employees work long hours with very little breaks allowed. An interesting concept for a company that prides itself on a good work/life balance. "Burn out" is a typical word used regularly.

In terms of long-term growth, the large or enterprise customers are companies that aren't larges at all. That's just the industry. It will be interesting to see how that plays out long term.

Upper management does tend to be solid, however, with an open door policy. Unfortunately the lack of a real work/life balance makes it hard to want to bring up anything to upper management outside of work.

Ultimately you will develop skills necessary to further your career at LeagueApps. However you will work very hard with little compensation.
Pros
Easy to get along with coworkers, career skills development
Cons
Compensation, work/life balance, questionable long-term growth
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Cool concept but terrible leadership and training
Sales Consultant (Former Employee) –  New York, NYJanuary 23, 2018
You can do the job from home easily but they make you do it from the office. They say they are going to do some real training but that never really happens. They do cool stuff with sports but doesn't make up for how if you don't get put in a certain sport to sell, you are screwed and will probably be fired in the first 3 months. Maybe 2-3 people make good money on the sales side because have been there since the beginning. You are set up to fail. I would recommend this place to any on.
Pros
free sports leagues
Cons
management, sales culture, training, set up for failure
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Great company, work hard, play hard environment
Consultant (Former Employee) –  New York, NYApril 11, 2017
-Great opportunity to work at LeagueApps
-Company is growing
-You will get what you put into it
-Work hard, play hard environment
-They listen to all employees and implement the changes you see fit.
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Great Vision, Great Culture, Great People
Sales Consultant (Current Employee) –  New York, NYDecember 13, 2016
LeagueApps is a great company and are the trailblazers in the ever changing youth sports landscape.

A day consists of building relationships and business strategies with co-workers and partners. This means making calls, taking in person meetings and seeing the entire sales process through to the end.

I've learned that being coachable, gritty and being able to master your craft is important in order to hit goals. Also being able to align myself with company values is important to be able to become a great teammate and difference maker to any team.

Management at LeagueApps is transparent about how an individual and team can be successful in the positions that they are in. It was an open door policy which made it easy for team members to communicate and come for help.

The co-workers were one of the best parts of working at LeagueApps. It was a real team doing anything it took to hit goals. Everyone was willing to help each other out with problem solving. It was a real family.

Hardest part of the job is the hardest part in any startup company. I believe that it is important for employees to be able to roll with the punches of constant changes in processes as the company grows.

The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to provide as much value to our partners in their day to day lives as possible. Working with a team to achieve goals and watch the company grow before your own eyes was the most exciting and motivating part about working with LeagueApps.
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Partner Management Intern (Former Employee) –  New York, NYJanuary 28, 2015
Recreational sports league based software startup required a media specialist to convert text material into media-based content to effectively communicate product features to the user base.
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