Eventvibe Marketing Representative Intern

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570 19th Street
San Diego, CA
Posted: August 20 2015
Application Deadline: No Deadline
Position: 5 Part-time, Unpaid

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Eventvibe is a concert and event production company, as well as a media and ticketing website.

We have been in the Southern California area for over 20 years and have produced thousands of events, with capacities ranging between 500 and 12,000 guests.

We've worked with DJs/artists like Tiesto, Fedde le Grand, Afrojack, Steve Aoki, David Guetta, Ruby Rose, Moby, Nicki Minaj, Datsik, Ferry Corsten, Above and Beyond, and more.

We work with national entertainment leaders like Live Nation, SFX, Insomniac, and Hard Presents and with notable San Diego venues like Parq, Bassmnt, Fluxx, House of Blues, Valley View Casino Center, Petco Park, Soma, and many others.


You'll Learn:

Marketing Overview:
Interns will learn the importance in marketing in the concert industry and the roles the marketing department takes in a small business setting.
Learn how to build a marketing and advertising plan.
Learn the importance of the marketing mix (paid, promotions, digital, social etc)
Research artists and events in the San Diego area to identify the target demographic for each show booked by Eventvibe and Amplified Access and how to reach ticket buyers effectively.
Learn the importance of promotions to each show and how promotions fit into the overall show marketing plan.
Learn how to develop a full promotional plan for each show including digital, radio, street, grassroots etc.
Attend weekly meetings to brainstorm new ideas and creative ways to sell tickets.
Participate in at least 5 show dates to learn the execution of promotions on site and how to work with artists and tour reps.
Participate in a festival event that holds 5,000-10,000 people!
Targeting local media partners and businesses to expand our base of promotional partners.
Organize street team and build collateral (posters / flyers). Identify places to target based on show demo and location.
Work closely with of importance of press for each show.
Post on Promotional sites.
Develop and pitch different press ideas to local media.
Write and distribute press releases.
Assist with artist interviews and media coordination on site.
Build press strategy for at least 3 shows going on sale and work on from start to finish.
Social Media / Digital Marketing :
Learn the role of social media marketing.
Learn the role of digital marketing.
Develop and manage ways to promote our shows and build show awareness through social and digital platforms.
Brainstorm ideas to increase social media engagement and boost followers.
Research and identify key websites and blogs to target with press and giveaways in each genre of music.
Learn how to target online marketing efforts with broad sites such as Facebook, Instagram, and Google.
Learn the new and developing ways of tracking the online consumer and how to serve them with ads supporting our shows.
Attend a minimum of 5 events from a social standpoint including live tweeting from shows.

Perks of the Job:
Network with music industry
Free tickets to your favorite electronic shows
Make lifelong friends and connections!
Learning about the music event industry


* * * Looking for San Diego based candidates only * * *
8-12 week program – minimum 20 hours / 3 days per week. Hours can be flexible depending on school and schedule.
Un-paid internship.
Must be in good standing at university.
Ideally student is in second or third year in a Bachelor’s program
Strong writing and communication skills and must be familiar with Microsoft office programs.
Strong passion for music.
Strong passion to network.
Strong work ethic.
Intern applicant must have valid drivers license and/or ability to get the events by public transportation.

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