Marketing Intern

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Cortex
77 Summer St 5th floor
Boston, MA
Posted: April 03 2015
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: Full-time, Unpaid

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Description

Cortex is artificial intelligence for marketing and is a funded, recently-out-of-stealth startup based in downtown Boston.

Our marketing intern will be building the first generation of marketing materials as we define a new space: Artificial intelligence for marketing. You will be in charge of building and will have permission to use in your portfolio:
-Case Studies
-Infographics
-Marketing Presentations
-Analyst Presentations
-Industry pieces
-Blog posts
-landing pages

You will have input on other aspects of marketing such as:
-tracking and analytics
-landing page strategy
-Google advertising

The mission is audacious: Bring AI to marketing. The space is the fastest growing in marketing and we're in the newest marketing space.

The vision is clear: The days of analytics and marketing tools that sit dormant and inert while awaiting a marketer to use them are over. Here are the days of intelligent, automated marketing tools that learn, decide, and act all without a marketer's intervention.

Responsibilities

Generation of:
-Case Studies
-Infographics
-Marketing Presentations
-Analyst Presentations
-Industry pieces
-Blog posts
-landing pages

Requirements

Must have experience with powerpoint, keynote, in-design or related presentation and graphic design tools.
Must have graphic design experience. Pieces of course, personal, or project work as examples of their design ability.
Must be willing to commit to at least 2 full days a week (full time preferred).

Marketing and Communications Degrees preferred.

Skills

Required - Graphic Design, Affiliate Marketing, Inbound Marketing, Company Presentations

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