Marketing Internship

If you want to start at the top, you'll do it working with a Company that provides services to most of the Fortune 500 companies.
DirectVision's college recruiting program is a great way to get started!

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 5/16/15 (but apply ASAP to be considered!)

INTERNSHIP START DATE: around 5/26/2015

Duties include:
Executing retail merchandising & promotional marketing/advertising plans and operational functions to company standards
Participating in product/service/brand knowledge training provided to on-site promotions and sales teams on behalf of management
Executing merchandise presentation directives and standards to sales team members for each client customized retail and/or client acquisition field campaign taking place
Assisting customers with any questions they may have in regards to featured client products/services during each marketing & client acquisition promotion
Gaining knowledge of marketing and branding strategies used by all new clients the company acquires.
Applying knowledge of the product/service and brand to develop customized marketing & sales strategies used during each marketing & client acquisition promotion
Ensuring the highest level of customer service resulting in increased productivity and achieving sales goals
Building knowledge of the marketing systems implemented during each customized client promotion/field campaign
Assist the sales promotions & event manager as well as the marketing & client acquisition manager with any day to day administrative support as required

Basic Internship Qualifications:
Enrolled in college or college graduate within the last twelve months, with a related degree
Minimum 2.
5 cumulative G.
on a 4.
0 scale
Majoring in Marketing, Advertising, or Public Relations

At DirectVision, we're more than just talk.
We've changed the way people communicate, how they work and how they stay connected on the go.
DirectVision is widely recognized for developing, engineering and deploying innovative technologies, offering industry-leading services.
Behind every decision we make, there is a passion and drive to develop technologies to enhance and simplify our customers' lives.

Are you ready for the big time?

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