12 to 24 weeks
Kerobokan, Bali, Indonesia
About the internship
This fashion internship program is a unique opportunity seeking a marketing intern with an understanding of traditional and digital marketing concepts, trends and best practices which can help our brand increase awareness, attract traffic to our shops and expand the business.
We would love somebody to join our team who is ready to jump in at the deep end (with help when needed) who is ready to don’t mind getting their hands dirty and fully energizing themselves into the marketing world with high attention to detail!
This role is perfect for somebody who is a strong communicator, with excellent grammatical and writing detail with good English. There are so many exciting opportunities here in Bali as a fashion intern and there is no better place to kickstart your fashion dreams, learning from the best.
The successful intern candidate will be joining a close-knit, friendly and supportive team who likes to work hard, however, can most definitely find the fun in each daily grind!
The host company is a high-end evolution of Batik Wayang, founded in 2002 and dedicated to preserving, reviving and interpreting beautiful and unique motives found in South East Asia. The company’s mission is to bring a passion for exceptional craftsmanship and experience of indulgent silks to a worldwide audience. Alongside the brand’s silk collections of scarves, shawls and sarong sets, this company also presents luxury pashmina throws and shawls.
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