P&G has announced an intern notification for the post of Summer Internship. A student currently doing a Master’s can apply for P&G Recruitment 2021. Interested and eligible candidates can read more details below and can apply for P&G.

P&G Recruitment 2021:

Company Name P&G
Post NameSummer Internship
ExperienceEarly Professional
Job Location Mumbai

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Job Description:

P&G is hiring candidates for the post of Summer Internship.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Co-leading a new launch or evaluating the current strategies of a brand or product.
  • Leading monthly market & brand analysis, gather the input of multi-functional team to recommend corrective actions for a specific category/initiative
  • Working on the design & execution of brand campaigns (media, digital, CRM, instore, PR). Lead campaigns briefs (regional campaign localization or local campaign build up) & follow up on execution
  • Co-leading the digital marketing on your brand (visibility, content, local partnerships, eCommerce, etc).
  • Co-developing Market and Initiative Reviews. Organize internal events.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Currently studying towards a Master’s degree with one of the following majors: Marketing, Business Administration, or any relevant majors

Preferred skill:

  • A born leader, with an entrepreneurial mindset and passion to make things happen
  • Know how to collaborate well across teams and business partners
  • Have a strong Brand Management interest/passion
  • Like to bring creativity & innovation to your work
  • Have strong analytical and critical thinking skills
  • Can show evidence of passion and achievements in academic and/or non-academic activities
  • Fluent in English

About P&G:

The Procter & Gamble Company is an American multinational consumer goods corporation headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, founded in 1837 by William Procter and James Gamble

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