Are YOU ready to kick start

your career in Entrepreneurship & Startups?

GIVING YOU THE FOUNDATION TO SUCCEED

Many cities in Asia are becoming a hot spot for innovative startups as it becomes more culturally acceptable to trade in a comfy corporate job to start a business. With fast growth and market surprises year on year, startups often have the potential to be the next big thing…or Unicorn – a privately held startup company valued at over $1 billion. While interning with a big name company may look great on a CV, interning within an exciting startup team often allows for the opportunity to take on more tasks that make an impact on the bottom line, as well as to witness first-hand what it takes to be an entrepreneur.

Career Field Skills You’ll Learn During An Entrepreneurship & Startup Internship

  • Strategic Planning
  • Problem Solving
  • Business Development
  • Branding
  • Networking
  • Market Research

Example Projects

  • Conduct market research of the targeting industry or field
  • Brainstorming and collating ideas on how to increase revenues
  • Research and create a report on the business’ potential growth strategy over next 12 months

Key Transferable Skills Students will need In Entrepreneurship & Start-up careers

Problem-Solving

Each and every day an entrepreneur is facing new challenges in all sectors of their business and creative problem solving is an essential tool to navigate their successful outreach and engagement moving forward.

Interpersonal Skills

Entrepreneurs will need to hone their interpersonal skills as they work with customers, investors, and growing staff. Relationship management will be a key asset and continue to be developed as the start-up continues to grow.

Communication

As start-ups are often doing new or unconventional things, it will be important to be able to clearly articulate new and innovative ideas to reach their target audience.

PREVIOUS ROLE SPOTLIGHT

WHAT YOUR VIRTUAL INTERNSHIP MIGHT LOOK LIKE

The Company

French interior design company focused on murals and interior graphics in commercial buildings

The Role

Graphic designer – graphics and branding design and for display and marketing purposes

The Learning Outcomes

3D design, graphic design, CAD modelling, professionalism, digital skills, intercultural fluency

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