About Krupa Consulting:
Based in Los Angeles, bi-coastal Krupa Consulting is more than your average public relations firm. Whether marketing or branding, they tailor the scope of their work to each client’s needs. Founded in 2010 by industry veteran Rachel Krupa, the boutique firm specializes in culinary artists, specialty food brands, and restaurants, as well as health & fitness, spirits, and lifestyle brands by increasing brand identity, maximizing exposure, and creating brand alliances.
A results driven firm, clients have been profiled in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Food & Wine, Self, Shape, Glamour, Men’s Health, the Vegetarian Times, Fitness, GQ, Maxim, Inc., the New York Post, the Daily Candy, Urban Daddy, the LA Times, Thrillist, People, US Weekly, and other entertainment publications and blogs. Clients have also been featured on The Today Show, Dr Oz, E! News, Live with Kelly & Mike, and more.
Krupa Consulting has built media exposure and furthered the marketing of natural & gourmet food brands Sheila G’s Brownie Brittle, Designer Whey, and Smari Organics; spirits brands Leblon Cachaça, Cedilla Liqueur and OM Cocktails; and the epicurean likes of Chef Marcel Vigneron, Ba Restaurant, XIV by Michael Mina, Philippe Chow, The London Hotel in West Hollywood, the globally flourishing Freshii restaurant franchise, Clean Plates, The Poor Porker, and Beverly Hills’ famous Mulberry Street Pizzeria.
Requirements/Necessary Skills for Recruitment:
We are looking for an intern to help us with our large client base. Intern will be expected to help create media lists, contribute to press outreach, brainstorm brand assets, plan events, as well as provide administrative work, including answering phones, running errands/making deliveries, overseeing packaging for editor mailers, and managing any general client needs that may arise.
Intern will be a vital part of the team and will have access to senior publicists' know-how, making this a great learning experience. Intern may be asked to work A-list events (including after-parties, launches, and premieres) in which a strong professional demeanor is required.
Interns should have access to a car and laptop. Ability to receive undergraduate course credit for internship is required.
Start and end dates are flexible, with vacations allowed for holidays.
15-30 Hours Per Week