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Business Development Representative (Internship)

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Are you a business development enthusiast looking to develop your wider experience and knowledge in business? I am working with a leading international IT Software Consultancy company searching for a candidate to support their team in their business devel

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Graduate or Internship, Business Development Executive

Hastings Direct

Graduate or Internship, Business Development Executive We're looking for a talented and motivated graduate looking to kick start their commercial career, working on highly strategic projects. Initially on a short term, dependent on performance and busines

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£17,724 per annum

Project Support internship Apply ASAP- Redbridge council

University of London

Job title: Project Support Officer Department: Corporate Change team Salary: London Living Wage London Living Wage £10.55 per hour - £369.25 per week Location: Ilford, Redbridge Term: 4 months initially but definite 2 month extension for the right candida

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Graduate or Internship, Business Development Executive

Hastings Direct

Graduate or Internship, Business Development Executive We're looking for a talented and motivated graduate looking to kick start their commercial career, working on highly strategic projects. Initially on a short term, dependent on performance and busines

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Ongoing
Job type:
Internship
Contract type:
Contract
Expiry date:
Ongoing
Salary:
£17,724 per annum

Project Support internship Apply ASAP- Redbridge council

University of London

Job title: Project Support Officer Department: Corporate Change team Salary: London Living Wage London Living Wage £10.55 per hour - £369.25 per week Location: Ilford, Redbridge Term: 4 months initially but definite 2 month extension for the right candida

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Expiry date:
Ongoing
Salary:
£17,724 per annum
Job type:
Internship
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Contract
Expiry date:
Ongoing

Graduate or Internship, Business Development Executive

Hastings Direct

Graduate or Internship, Business Development Executive We're looking for a talented and motivated graduate looking to kick start their commercial career, working on highly strategic projects. Initially on a short term, dependent on performance and busines

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Ongoing
Job type:
Internship
Contract type:
Contract
Expiry date:
Ongoing
Salary:
£14,000 per annum

Graduate Project Manager Internship

Inspiring Interns & Graduates

Established in 2004, our client is an award-winning highly respected market research agency and access panel that specialises in youth market research. They own and manage the UK’s largest youth, student and young professional access panel, with 135,000 m

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£14,000 per annum
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Internship
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Contract
Expiry date:
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Salary:
£21,000 per annum

Business Development Internship

BRIGHTERBOX

Company Description Want to work for the fastest growing soft drinks brands in the UK? Producing a range of adult soft drinks that are infused with a hint of UK grown chilli for a natural pick-me-up, this small London based company is on a big mission to

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£21,000 per annum
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Helping you find a career in the Business management industry

Business management professionals are called upon when a business is in dire need of raising its productivity, efficiency or profits. You’ll be tasked with analysing how a business operates and providing advice on how it might be more effective. You may be the difference between a business going bankrupt or it flourishing!

Business management teams usually target the operational management of a business. In these teams, you would think about how a business is organised and structured, and ways this might be done more efficiently. You’ll spend a lot of time analysing and observing your business, collecting data, interviewing employees and looking over records. Then, you’ll present reports detailing areas of weakness in the business and how these might be improved.

There’s room for specialisation in business management. You’ll often need a degree before you can join the industry and you should match your degree to your relevant interests. A degree in economics may help you to specialise in thinking about a company’s spending versus its profits, while a degree in a technological field will enable you to consider how efficient the technology used by a business is for their goals. The solutions you offer will potentially alter how the company is run as a whole, so the stakes can be quite high!


Skills & interests you'll need
You’ll be telling people what they should be doing, so confidence is key! Leadership and problem solving skills will also take you a long way.

Familiarity with computers will be essential. Whatever degree you choose to study, mathematics will also be important, so make sure you’re comfortable when dealing with numbers.
- Analytical skills
- Commercial Awareness
- Communication
- Data Analysis
- Diplomacy
- Persuasiveness
- Verbal Communication
- Written Communication
How to get Business management internships, work experience or placements
If you want to go straight from university into business management, you may degree on top of your bachelor’s degree. Work experience is not strictly required, but being able to show familiarity with how businesses are run can go a long way. Consider how you can talk about a job you may have found in marketing or finance in an interview for a position in business management. What did it do well and how could it have improved?
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