Showroom/Sales Intern - LA/OC/IE Locals ONLY

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Money Ruins Everything Inc.
713 S Los Angeles St
Los Angeles, CA
Posted: September 23 2016
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 10 Part-time, Unpaid

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Description

Money Ruins Everything is a multi-faceted agency and showroom located in the fashion district of downtown Los Angeles. Our years of experience in Brand Management, Sales, and Operations are applied to develop global strategies for lifestyle apparel, footwear, and accessory brands. Collaborating closely with our clients, we tailor our team of regional sales managers, territory reps, and/or showroom staff to meet the brands’ individual needs; accomplishing goals through developing a healthy successful business relationship between our retail partners and brands.

Responsibilities

- Organizing / Maintaining Display Racks
- Creating / Mailing out promos and samples
- Basic Cleaning - Dusting, Stocking, Taking Out Trash
- Customer Service - Answering phone calls
- Assisting - Help fellow co workers with projects, organization, etc.

Requirements

Skills Requirements
• Strong listening skills and a positive attitude.
• Professional phone manner. ( comfortable in making 300 calls a day )
• Good verbal and written communication skills.
• Strong computer skills - Excel, Microsoft word, Outlook, and the Intranet.
• Detail orientated and the ability to multi-task.

Required - Microsoft Office, Phone Skills, Attention To Detail, Multi Tasking, Communication
Preferred - Fashion / Business Student

Skills

Required - Answering Phones, Customer Service, Excel, Word, Detail Orientation
Preferred - Fashion, Sales, Business

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