Summer Trainees required for Boehringer Ingelheim

Summer Trainees required for Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health Division

 

  • Education: Industry Type
  • Functional Area: SUMMER TRAINEE (Animal Health Division)

Location:

  1. South India: field work in Namakkal
  2. North India: field work in Chandigarh
  3. Fixed Stipend and Experience Certificate

Must have: UG – B. V. Sc. – Veterinary Sciences

Desirable Intern Profile:

  • PG – MBA/ PGDM – Marketing
  • M.V.Sc – Poultry science
  • Pharma/ Animal Health
  • Marketing, Market Research

Job Description:

Duration: 2 Months starting from May 2011

Contact:

  • Formulating research project based on company requirements
  • Undertaking market research for launch of new products
  • Market Research activities to understand customer buying behaviour
  • Market research to identify key competitors and unique selling propositions of competitors
  • Identify market opportunities for Boehringer Ingelheim products
  • Formulate entry strategy for Boehringer Ingelheim products

Important Note:
Internship has been closed.



One Response to “Summer Trainees required for Boehringer Ingelheim”

  1. ALOK TRIVEDI says:

    I AM STUDENT OF PADMASHREE DR DY PATIL UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT PURSUING MBA IN PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT AND I HAVE NEAR ABOUT TWO YEAR OF EXPERIENCE IN PHARMACEUTICAL MARKETING IN RESPECTED ORGANISATION,RESPECTED SIR I JUST WANT TO SAY THAT IF YOUR ORGANISATION AS DONE ANY KIND OF PROJECT REGARDING NEW BRAND RESEARCH OR ANY PROJECT WHICH YOU MAY NEED FIELD FORCE,SO PLEASE CONSIDER ME AS POSSIBLE.SIR I AM ALSO ATTACHING MY RESUME SO PLEASE FORM IT AS POSSIBLE.
    THANKING YOU
    YOUR SINCERELY
    ALOK TRIVEDI
    09967766060
    DATE 12/05/2011

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