Growth Marketing Intern
Commitment: 10-15 hours a week
Duration: minimum 6 months or two semesters
Salary: non-paid internship, university credit available as well as free kitty cuddles, merchandise, coffee and macarons.
Location: Los Angeles, CA
We’re looking for a creative, growth marketing part-time intern to execute the Crumbs and Whiskers soul, brand, and vision.
Joining the Crumbs and Whiskers team, you’ll have the opportunity to help a small business grow using research, branding, and marketing as the primary growth drivers. The role demands great execution, along with creativity and enthusiasm for startups (and cats!). This role requires a great level of autonomy as well as a background in marketing, research, and branding.
Research of current growth strategies, and execution of implementing those strategies.
Working very closely with the Head of Sales, Marketing, and Innovation at C&W and assisting with any research or execution needs that arise within the company. Along with working with our other interns to coordinate internal and external marketing plans.
Managing the student Ambassador Program to grow awareness and increase new guests among the large student population in DC and LA.
Generation and execution of creative marketing campaigns and programs that directly impact customer loyalty and brand awareness.
Analysis of investments in potential marketing outlets to determine where C&W should concentrate marketing efforts
Research and case studies on other business' successful marketing campaigns and programs
Developing a very deep understanding of C&W in it’s brand, history, and culture to better guide it’s future growth.
Flawless writing and verbal skills with the ability to communicate execution plans, research conclusions, and recommendations effectively.
College juniors and seniors majoring in business. Marketing majors preferred, but all applicants will be considered.
High level skill with Google Suites, attention to detail, willingness to grow and learn, as well as the ability to operate with limited supervision.
Ability to quickly adapt with change (we’re a startup!) and make careful last-minute decisions.
Experience in research, marketing, and business preferred, but not required.