Mexico Business Development / Sales Intern

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Done With Coffee Rust (DBA)
 Virtual
Posted: September 21 2015
Company Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 3 Part-time, Unpaid

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Description

"Done With Coffee Rust" is a DBA from a company in the Biotech field, dedicated to assist coffee plantations remove the devastating fungus called "Rust" ("Roya" in Spanish) from their coffee, by using a brand new easy-to-use, eco-friendly, biodegradable fungicide. --- It's an EXCITING VIRTUAL BUSINESS ADVENTURE for a candidate with potential!

We need a SPANISH SPEAKING business student to do a market research with Central and South American coffee farmers. The fungus problem is NOW... and we have an affordable solution! So, help us share it with the world.

Responsibilities

- Provide research on potential and existing clients and the competitive landscape
- Managing and following up on digital marketing campaigns
- Assist in identifying potential business opportunities
- Monitor news and developments relating to, or impacting, key clients/prospects
- Prepare periodic reports on screening, tracking, and monitoring clients and prospects

Requirements

- Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and collaborate effectively as a team member
- Ability to communicate at all levels with internal/external potential clients or partners by phone, email
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office (e.g. Word, Excel, and Power Point)
- A positive attitude with good organizational, presentation and writing skills
- Pursuing a Bachelors Degree or equivalent education
- Fluent in Spanish (to speak with Mexican distributors, producers, gov. entities, etc.)

Skills

Required - Bilingual-English/Spanish, Fluent Spanish
Preferred - Market Research

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