Frost & Sullivan Graduate Internship Programme 2018 / 2019


Location: Cape Town

Frost & Sullivanseeks suitable candidates to join our team as a research interns. We have positions across all our business units. Research Interns are a key part of the research practice, gaining excellent professional experience, and opportunities to gain exposure and build their profiles in Research and Consulting.

Key responsibilities for the Investment Index

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 Contact identified companies to add to the index, introduce them to the index and obtain buy-in • Verify all company information from size to customer base and investment needs • Manager the Index content quality and reliability • Thoroughly brief the companies about the index, explaining why they should join it and what to expect • Assist with creating marketing materials for the index

Key Skills:

• Attention to detail • Excellent telephonic manner • Strong administration • Excellent English, spoken and written. • Strong organisational skills and good work planning ethic • Hard-working. • Strong team player and communicator.

Experience:

• Undergraduate or postgraduate degree from a recognised university in ICT / Engineering / Environmental Sciences / Business Sciences is required. • No prior work experience is needed. What the intern will gain: • Proven work experience in a global company • Improved business acumen and an understanding of SMEs in Africa • Deepened knowledge of the African working environment • Insight into industry trends • Access to Frost & Sullivan’s global research

How To Apply

Suitable applicants should apply in writing, providing a CV, and cover letter to hr.africa@frost.com quoting reference: Intern.

Note applicants should be based in Cape Town and available for interviews immediately. If you have not received any response in two weeks please consider your application unsuccessful. Applications without a cover letter will be declined


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