Business Administration and Marketing Assistant

internship - part time, unpaid

IMRecruitable
Miami, FL
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Posted 41 Days ago
IMRecruitable
Miami, FL
internship - part time, unpaid
Posted 41 Days ago

Description

Assist with day to day running of a business 

Work closely with CEO assisting with business administrative duties 

Assist with social media management 

Assist with creating and delivering content 

Students will have hands on experience and by the end of their experience with us they will have an understanding on: 

1) Marketing Strategies and how to deliver them 

2) Digital Sales strategies 

3) The importance of data (lead generation) to sales and marketing 

4) The importance of social media to sales and marketing 

5) Content planning and delivery 

6) The power of video when driving content 

The Chief Operations Officer will mentor the intern. With over 10 years of Sales, Marketing and Management experience in the sport industry. They will also have opportunities with our CEO who has over 10 years’ experience in helping high school tennis players navigate through college recruitment process 

Skills

marketing, social media, lead generation, web content, sales, recruiting, video, planning, business, tennis, social media management, media management, marketing communications, social media marketing, marketing research

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