Intern - Madrid
Outbrain is seeking a Madrid based Intern to join our quickly growing Spanish team. We work on consulting and delivering promoted content campaigns for brands and their agencies and publishers - such as Red Bull, P&G, L'Oréal, BBVA, Volkswagen, Publicis, HAVAS, El País, Marca and La Vanguardia.
More specifically, the Intern will be responsible for working on all parts of sales and account management process with the Outbrain sales representatives and account managers, the first client contact, preparing and holding presentations, send proposals, reporting, plus offering strategic direction to help clients reach their content marketing objectives using the Outbrain solutions.
The ideal candidate is analytical and communicative and uses their problem-solving capabilities and creativity to identify and execute the right solutions for each client with the long-term objective of growing key accounts. As content marketing is a relatively new form of marketing, the ability to educate and advise clients on best practice is an advantage.
As with all Outbrain positions, we're looking for someone who is resourceful, bright, proactive, a go-getter, works well independently and as part of a team, is passionate about what they do with an interest for consultative business development.
We are looking for evidence of:
- Native Spanish and fluency English
- An understanding of online media would be beneficial,
- An interest in the ad tech industry and landscape,
- Ability to proactively work with high profile clients both independently and within a team environment.
This is a 6 month paid internship (€800 p/month) plus benefits, based in Madrid. This is a fantastic opportunity to work as an Jr. Sales Manager EN PRACTICAS within a fast-paced award-winning company.
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