Sales And Marketing Internship
At AppiDoc Healthcare Private Limited (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 be working on following verticals (in group or individually):
1. Reach out to customer leads through cold calling.
2. Achieve agreed upon sales targets and outcomes within schedule.
3. Establish, develop and maintain positive business and customer relationships.
4. Expedite the resolution of customer problems and complaints to maximize satisfaction.
Perks and Benefits
A certificate of this type is issued to a student after completion of their internship. It certifies student's experience, skills and performance in a certain area of work.
PO (Program Outcomes) document summarises your knowledge, professional skills, and various personality attributes for an intern. The PO document helps you earn the required credits for your further studies.
Additional Instructions To Applicants
1. Selected candidates for Sales and Marketing at AppiDoc Healthcare Private Limited 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.
We provide a platform which connects patients with their doctors. A one-stop solution for healthcare. Dr. Vasudeva Reddy G R is the Founder and CEO of AppiDoc Healthcare Private Limited. When he moved from his hometown Tumkur to Bangalore after 8 years of practicing as a consultant orthopaeditian, he faced a lot of adversities regarding patient consultations. For their convenience he started sharing his mobile number with them. But this led to unorganised consultations at odd times, when he was in surgery or busy with another consult. Patients also found it difficult to share their reports with Dr. Vasu.He also faced problems with patients in Bangalore, who had to travel long hours in traffic to get to his hospital. While a lot of patients were skipping necessary follow-up consults, other patients were taking the pains to come all the way when a physical consult was not required.