Marketing Interns required for Nunook Interactive at Chennai

Nunook Interactive Pvt Ltd is a fast-growing educational gaming startup headquartered in Mumbai with a branch office in Chennai. The founders of the company have a total of over 15 years of experience in Silicon Valley, and have recently relocated to India from the US to develop a company for the Indian market.
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We are currently developing our next innovative product for the Indian education market, and we are looking for marketing interns from May to August 2009. 
Your duties will include:
  • Conducting research on competing products
  • Doing a feasibility study of our product for the local market
  • Interviewing potential customers
  • Creating a marketing strategy for the product
Number of openings: 2
Location: These positions will be based in Chennai. 
Stipend: We offer a stipend as per company norms.
Desired profile:
To apply for this position, you must be currently enrolled in an MBA or similar program. We prefer candidates with previous exposure to marketing.
This position will entail taking on a significant amount of responsibility and working with a high degree of autonomy. To succeed in this role, you must be able to work well as part of a small, highly-motivated team. You must be enthusiastic about marketing and market research and keen to take on new challenges.
How to apply:
If you are interested in this position, please send resume to giving reference

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  1. Vinya says:

    Hi sir
    I Vinayak Kittur from belgaum. I am doing MBA in Marketing from one of the reputed college in Karnataka… I want to do internship in your organization… please give me some more… details.. My id is

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