Marketing Research Intern

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Modern Vice
247 West 38th Street, 3rd FLoor
New York, NY
Posted: April 21 2016
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 2 Part-time, Unpaid

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Description

Modern Vice captivates its audience by supplying footwear and fashion enthusiasts with luxurious, high quality products. Modern Vice develops its products with a focus on quality, fast accessible fashion, and the necessity of all stylistic individuals in mind. The Modern Vice Collection has been carefully crafted, handmade in New York City implementing comfort features, special design, intricate details, and the use of luxurious leather' from around the world. Nestled in the heart of New York City's garment district is a one of a kind shoe buying experience. When you visit our headquarters you will have access to our showroom, leather room, studio, glass shoebox and factory. Choose your own leathers, make a custom shoe, meet the designers and see shoes being constructed.

Modern Vice is in search of skilled prospects to fill marketing research internship positions.

Responsibilities

Analyzing Consumer Behavior and Conversion Rates based on Website.
Creating Reports on how consumers and customers interact with Modern Vice Website.
Assisting with Social Media Campaigns.

Requirements

Experience (Academic or Professional) in Marketing, Social Media, Market Research, and Consumer Analytic.
IT proficient.
Must have a great eye for detail.

Skills

Required - Marketing, Social Media, Social Media Advertising, Data Analysis, Data Acquisition
Preferred - Marketing, Website Administration, Conversion Optimization

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