Business Development Internship

Location(s): Bangalore
Applications Start Date: 10 Oct. 2018
Degrees: BBA/BBM/BBS
Stipend: 5K - 10K
Duration: 90 days
Last Date To Apply: 05 Nov. 2018
Mode of Interview: Face-to-Face
Available Slots: 1

Intern Responsibilities

At Enviro Trips (Bangalore), Interns are expected to be professionally well-versed with basic ethics, which includes arriving on time (as specified by the company), notifying the team leader of any deviations from the established schedule, and dressing to the standards of the organization and the work being performed. Respect the organization’s reporting structure and follow the policies and procedures of the organization.

During the internship tenure, intern will be working on following verticals (in group or individually):

1. Explore the student educational travel market in India through online channels, identify & target educational institutions for Enviro Trips.
2. Help set up (very hands on) a small working office in Bangalore.
3. Prepare a marketing plan for Educational travel for students targeting schools and colleges across India.
4. Execute a well-defined marketing strategy to reach out to educational institutions through social media channels.
5. Connect and procure business from educational institutions.

Perks and Benefits

Experience Letter

Internship Certificate

Program Outcomes

Additional Instructions

1. Selected candidates for Business Development at Enviro Trips will require to bring supporting documentation which includes all the marksheets, updated resume, certificates, recommendations letter (if any), etc.
2. Candidates currently pursuing their graduation or recent graduates can apply to this internship.

About Company

At Enviro Trips, students connect what they’ve learned in the classroom with what they’re seeing and experiencing firsthand, for a richer and more nuanced understanding.
Imagine reading about primitive tribes and then being amongst them, studying wetlands and then standing alongside one, being told about ancient wisdom of native communities and then experiencing medicines being extracted from plants in the forest, witnessing forest dwellers gather honey from beehives on cliffs and understanding the importance of forests and livelihoods – these are connections for life and lessons for eternity.


Early to apply, early to get shortlisted! :)