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  • Marketing
  • Summer
  • New York, NY
  • 2014

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About Escalate: 

Escalating customer relationships to the point of brand advocacy, with measurable results.

We fuse Experiential and Word of Mouth Marketing to foster meaningful relationships between your customers and your brand. To do that, we use many different tools and triggers, but it all comes back to this: if you give people an unexpected, authentic experience that makes their day more interesting, they’ll not only remember it – they’ll talk about it. And the recommendation of a friend carries more credibility than any advertisement ever could.

The combination of tools we use are unique to each project, and often include live events, guerrilla marketing, street teams, trials, mobile marketing, retail POS marketing, and social media integration.

With offices in New York and Atlanta, we empower your bold, passionate advocates with the tools they need to convert more to the cause. Our teams ensure that everything we do is precisely targeted and highly scalable, and we are sticklers for measurement.

When you Escalate your brand, you do more than just marketing. You co-create with engaged advocates who help you build priceless authenticity and brand equity.

Requirements/Necessary Skills for Recruitment: 

Escalate is currently looking for driven, creative individuals interested in being a Production Intern to join our team.

This internship will allow you to learn:
• Event footprint build out and specifications
• Event and tour logistics
• Vendor relations
• Program Organization
• Event production research

We’re interested in people willing to research event activation needs, help produce major events, work with Fortune 500 clients—and who are not afraid to get their hands a little dirty!

Requirements include possession of computer and cell phone, GED.

Click here to apply: https://app.hireology.com/s/20426

Hours Required: 
15-30 Hours Per Week