Aug 192018

Mabel Brempong is a unique online fashion retail brand for women who take pleasure in and appreciate quality, brilliant designs, and style. It is also a brand with mission and sustainability at its core with the intention to sell well-tailored clothes to people who are committed to helping the underprivileged through education, training, and job opportunities. Mabel Brempong intends to satisfy this need by putting a percentage of its annual revenue towards the establishment of training facilities in countries with high homelessness rates, beginning with Ghana.

Our customers are our priority. We aim for our women to feel beautiful, confident, and loveable as well as to embody the meaning of Brempong- integrity, royalty, and greatness. These principles are woven into every fabric of our pieces.

The brand will launch soon and we are looking for a Social Media & Contents, Creative Media, Digital Marketing intern (at least 6 months to a Year) to work closely with our team and learn about our industry, our vision, and potentially help us grow to new heights.

We will provide training and learning opportunities around the fashion business, content marketing, social media, branding, and sales.

We are looking for an intern who is a fast thinker, highly motivated, organized, creative, has a positive outlook, and is passionate about high-end fashion, social media, creating content, and connecting with people.

You must be able to create innovative strategies to reach target audiences through our social channels.

This is an UNPAID internship. However, school credit can be offered if you are a student.

Must Have and Nice To Have (but not limited to the following)

You must be a Social Media And Digital Marketing Junkie. Experience in building and managing social media strategy for multiple brands and accounts. However, experience in managing social media for fashion is a huge advantage.

Familiar with Social Media Management and Marketing Tools, Ads, Influencer marketing through our social media channels (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn).

Create magnetic copy for our content marketing activities, with excellent command of English Grammar, spelling and punctuation

Experienced in e-Commerce, Knowledge in WordPress CMS and Web Design is a plus.

Graphic design experience (Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom, Illustrator, and InDesign)

Experience with videography (shooting, skilled in video editing software; Adobe Premiere, FinalCut or any)

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