GDS Group
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GDS Group Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Spencer Green
  • Founded
    1993
  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    £25m to £100m
  • Industry
    Information Technology
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Senior Content Marketing Manager

Bristol

£38,000 a year
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5 days ago

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Technical Producer

Bristol

£25,000 - £30,000 a year
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8 days ago

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Technical Producer- Virtual Events

Bristol

£28,000 - £30,000 a year
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19 days ago

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Client Director - Enterprise Accounts

Bristol

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14 days ago

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Business Development Executive

Bristol

£40,000 - £60,000 a year
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26 days ago

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Meet The Boss- Sales Executive

Bristol

£23,000 a year
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23 days ago

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Senior Sales Executive - Digital Summits

Bristol

£26,000 - £30,000 a year
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26 days ago

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Head of Marketing- Digital Events- Campaigns

Bristol

£50,000 - £55,000 a year
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27 days ago

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Sales Executive- Award winning B2B digital events

Bristol

£25,000 - £30,000 a year
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30+ days ago

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Client Success Manager

Bristol

£23,000 - £25,000 a year
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30+ days ago

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Salaries

Salary estimated from 242 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Sales

Sales Executive
£23,334 per year
Sales Representative
£34,581 per year
Sales Consultant
£27,446 per year

Management

Business Development Executive
£35,130 per year
Junior Business Development Executive
£27,700 per year
Business Development Manager
£48,468 per year
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 92 reviews and is evolving.

4.6720174.3120182.6720192.332020

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Reviews

Business Development in Bristol
on 23 July 2020
Great training and people
When I joined I had four requirements; I wanted a company where I could grow my career quickly, a role where I would be rewarded financially, an international brand with opportunities abroad and an employer that would continuously development my skills. I have enjoyed all those things here; the sales training is excellent, and the people and ambition of the company are what keeps me here.# You are given a lot of responsibility and with that comes a certain amount of pressure. Nothing anyone used to a sales environment or even a sports background will find surprising.
Delegate Sales Executive in Bristol
on 10 July 2020
Avoid at all costs
It's a trap for young naive graduates, allured by the impressive salary and 'brilliant' work culture they portray. The company is run by inexperienced, young individuals who happen to have made a few deals in their time at GDS Group, therefore automatically get put on a pedestal for their ability to lie their way through the company. The company is run on deceit, whether that's to their paying customers, management or bottom of the pile employees. This place deteriorates your mental health and don't accept mental health as a genuine issue. They have mass firings, like you're on the X Factor and they expect you to give your life and soul by working ridiculous hours, in order for senior management to thrive off the monetary success which others put in the graft for. If the salary seems too good to be true, then it is. Opt for a job that cares about their employees, pays less and the long-term progression is better. Don't fall into this trap, as the impact of working here is only negative. Look up a few of their employees and you'll see they've been promoted and demoted a million times, maybe even fired in the process. Have a look at their old CEO for one.
Account Executive in Bristol
on 20 January 2020
OKay
Some managers make the job really good, wheras others limit it. Could be a better working environment overall . Was getting paid less than new starters with less experience than me. Didnt really make much sense, which actually in a way sums up the company direction.
Delegate Acquisition Executive in Bristol
on 10 November 2019
Great start but went downhill.
I have very mixed feelings about GDS, the floor and line managers are terrific. A really good atmosphere with nothing but nice things to say about the majority of people in the office. Delegate Acquisition is an easy pitch but success is purely based on luck/harassment. A lot of the work is largely immoral and staff are encouraged to borderline harrass delegates in the attempt to get them on the phone. Unrealistic KPI's are pushed and under performance is publicised in order to put more pressure on staff. Senior management is poor and widely inexperienced with zero focus on retaining staff or employee wellbeing. A clear lack of transparency within the business processes with profit being the only objective of the business. Quite poor facilities and IT systems but good location. No flexibility in working hours or option to work from home.
Delegate Acquisition Executive in Bristol, Bristol
on 29 September 2019
Terribly managed + negative work environment
I wouldn't recommend this company to anybody who wants to stay sane. Not only is it terribly managed, but GDS treats their staff like they are just a number in the system. Don't let them fool you with the fancy job advertisement as this is merely a telesales role. KPIs are incredibly important for any sales role, although this company is incredibly unrealistic with what they expect each person to achieve when all it really takes is LUCK (not talent!). Unfortunately, those in charge don't have the qualities to manage teams - which all in all will ensure the downfall of the departments. Adding to this, the pod leaders make it a hostile environment to work in on a daily basis. All in all, my time at GDS Group taught me that it is the most toxic company to work for in Bristol. Stay well clear! (Little tip: Be sensitive about personal issues or it will only keep pushing people to quit!)
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