What We’re Looking For
Our sales teams are looking for students to develop into the sales and business development professionals of the future.
We’re interested in people looking to craft the “2.0” version of our industry: one in which the sale and distribution of consumer products are multi-channel and multi-platform, and the market dynamics are ever-changing.
At L’Oréal, we give our interns the space to explore, to have full-time employee responsibilities, present their own insights to senior management, and to become future leaders. We need high-performing, motivated rising college seniors (with a graduation date of no later than Spring or Summer 2021) to contribute to our innovative, fast-paced sales team.
What You’ll Do
You’ll be working within our Consumer Products Division. The Consumer Products Division makes the best cosmetic innovation available to the greatest number of people on every continent. Its brands are distributed in mass, drug, specialty, and food retailing channels. These brands offer a wide range of coloring products, hair care, makeup, and skin care.
Within the division, you’ll become an integral part of one our sales teams in the following areas:
- Account / Field Sales
- Brand Business Development
- Category Development
- Future of Retail
- New Business Development
- Revenue Growth Management
- Customer Marketing
- Business Forecasting/Planning
You’ll learn how to tell a compelling story with data, and generate insights and viable recommendations. You’ll also get the opportunity to network and learn about multiple functions (including Digital, Supply Chain, Finance, Research & Innovation, and Marketing).
On the job you’ll have access to both formal and informal training opportunities.
One of the best parts of our internship program is the opportunity to own an individual project and/or group project with strategic business impact that you present to senior leaders.
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