Internship Reference: SGMA39
Distinctly unique craft cider that is bottled and brewed in Vietnam. Founded by a passionate cider lover from Somerset, the heart of cider country. They combine traditional English apple cider-making with exotic tastes inspired by Southeast Asia. Their cider is crafted with care and passion, promising quality and character in every bottle. The unique range of flavours they produce is inspired by and created with the tastes of Southeast Asia. They are now sold in over 180 outlets in Vietnam, Cambodia and France with ambitions to expand even further. Each bottle is infused with homemade flavours, made with locally sourced ingredients hand-picked from Vietnam’s fresh food markets with 3 best-selling varieties available.
Growth Marketing Intern
They are seeking an ambitious, analytical Growth Marketing Intern to work with the team to optimize the use of their favourite social media platforms! They want to be sure their passion for the product and brand is communicated effectively, and that their content is performing to the best of its ability – that’s where you come in!
Are you able to conceive and execute on content campaigns that focus on engagement and sales?
Are you data-driven when it comes to marketing analysis and performance?
Are you looking for an opportunity to present your findings and recommendations to a dynamic team?
They are looking forward to accepting candidates who are eager to apply their knowledge of the above to their place in the Vietnamese craft beverage market.
- Fluency in key social media and analytics platforms (Facebook Ads, Instagram, TikTok, etc.)
- Understanding of SEO
- Work with cross-functional team (Sales, product, content marketing)
- Strong project management skills and experience
- English speaking required, Vietnamese preferred
Good to have:
- Example growth reports from previous campaigns (can be schoolwork)
- Previous SEO/Growth Marketing experience
- Marketing major
This role would suit a student or graduate looking to enter the workplace and apply their marketing studies to a growing food and beverage brand