Business Development Intern - Romania

SUMMER 2017
Business Development

Organization Details:

UNLOQ is looking for an intern to drive the sales development of their new app. They are looking to conduct market research on potential customer profiles both locally and internationally. Additionally, UNLOQ is starting the implementation of a CRM system to begin tracking their leads and customers.

Roles & Responsibilities:

The intern’s responsibilities include market research and segmentation for several partners as well as the internationalization of sales processes and penetration of new markets. The intern will build the profile of the ideal customer and participate in direct sales of the product. Additionally, the intern will drive partnership creation and prime the development and implementation of a new CRM system. Applicants for this role must speak fluent English. Marketing, sales, and data analysis skills are preferred but not required. Previous experience in these areas as well as CRM use will be an asset.

Logistics:

The intern will receive accommodation throughout the internship in exchange for salary. The project will start end of May and will last 10 weeks.

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