Quick facts
  • What we do:
    Communications, Content, Social
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  • UK locations:
  • Contact
    • The Character Building, 41b Beavor Lane, London, W6 9BL

About Bite

What is it like to work for Bite

Senior Management all stand by their “Up For It” mantra, as well as the key values of Investigating, Experimenting and Disrupting. They have bespoke management training, and a comprehensive career planning and appraisals process which measures employee achievements against the values to ensure everyone in the company is singing from the same hymn sheet. Senior Management are actively involved in monthly company meetings, as well as hosting weekly meetings with their teams and weekly one-on-ones with their direct report. Senior management are also extremely active in leading client campaigns, holding team client meetings and running the team brainstorms. 
My Manager
My Manager
The company has bespoke one-on-one management training, tailored to the needs, experience and skills of each individual manager. As well as looking at the fundamentals of good management technique and practical skills, the training covers the psychology of different management styles, and focuses on fostering emotionally intelligent, open, positive relationships between manager and direct report. Managers are free to be creative, and capable of motivating and supporting their direct reports in a variety of ways. They run a People Manager Development Workshop called ‘Balance Management’ which runs over the course of the year. This is mandatory training that all managers attend. The course focuses on people management foundations, being malleable, managing self & others confidently, handling challenging contexts and developing & inspiring.
My Team
My Team
The company worked with junior teams across the business to come up with their three company values and this has played a big part in our Biters embracing and believing in their ‘Up For It Culture’. The three company values are: Investigating - "Question everything and stop at nothing to understand clients and their audiences"; experimenting - "Pursue unexplored paths to take ideas, culture and people to new heights"; disrupting - "Use your ability to create something that turns heads and change minds". The office has a communally-controlled music centre, so everyone gets to hear their favourite music through the day, and their open plan office represents who they are. They also support a bit of competitive play. Staff are encouraged to hot desk in a variety of alternative working spaces, they have. In monthly company meetings, everyone has a bacon sandwich! They also have a transparency policy when it comes to the company’s finances. They ask everyone to treat Bite as if it’s their company, so everyone deserves to see how it’s doing, how it’s benefiting the business, and where the money is going.

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  • Charity Activities
    Charity Activities

    At least 20% of staff are known to undertake charitable activities during business hours without incurring financial loss

  • Women

    At least 40% of senior managers are women

  • Holidays

    Companies offering a minimum of 25 days annual leave to all employees

  • Profit Related Payment
    Profit Related Payment

    Companies where profit related pay is available and at least 50% of people receive it

  • Development

    Non work related training supported

Company Statistics

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  • Average Age:


  • Staff Turnover:


  • Male : Female:

    42% / 58%

  • Earning £35,000+:


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