Undergraduate Blog / Tag: Summer Internship

Understanding Business Effects of COVID-19

COVID-19 has had extensive effects on the worldwide populations financially and socially. Social distancing initiatives have been put into place hindering physical contact and meetings. Many industries are suffering and heaps of companies will not be around even after the pandemic ends. One of the start-ups that I am working at this summer aims to…

3 Pros of the Start-up Environment

This summer, I am working as a marketing intern at two jewelry start-ups: Ashita New York and Rent the Jewelry. I was very excited going in because I believed in the potential both companies had to disrupt the jewelry industry. Ashita New York aims to create an inclusive community and spread positivity through colorful gold…

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Communication and Adaptation during COVID-19

All traditional communication techniques were extremely affected and altered significantly during the pandemic. Abilities such as presentation, organization, flexibility, and versatility became more valuable than ever.

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A Perspective on Venture Capital

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Luke Martiros ’21. What two words do you think of when you hear about the venture capital industry? Silicon Valley. There is a sexy and almost mysterious connotation to that place and the industry as a whole. Working with the most innovative, driven people attempting to…

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Overall Experience

One thing I’ve learned this summer is to engage in as many task as you can during your short internship experience to see whether the place is a great fit for you. There were so many things that I’d never thought I’d be interested in. For example, in my internship, I had to run client…

How to talk like a skillful sales

In the process of dealing with customers, the main thing is to gain the trust of customers. Buyers can be described as diverse, with identity-oriented, worried about traffic, and afraid of failing to pay for property management fees. For example, if you want to believe in you, you must first relieve their psychological burden. Therefore,…

Communication

Because of the customer’s personality, using different prescriptions, the right medicine. People’s personality is not divided into mature type, blind type, chattering, Feng Shui type, and heterogeneous type. For example, the focus of a mature customer introduction should be placed on the company’s brand and product selling point, while the focus of receiving blind-type customers…