Minimum Requirements for the candidates applying to Sales Internship at Nordic Kandie Magic Pvt Ltd:
Internship Start Date: Between 20th Sep'17 and 03rd Oct'17.
Project Availability: 6 months (preferred, not mandatory)
Preferred Degree(s): are pursuing any degree but have relevant skills and interest
Degree Year: Currently in any year of study or recent graduates
Available Internship Slots: 1
At Nordic Kandie Magic Pvt Ltd (Mumbai), 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 (ingroup or individually)
1. Successfully execute marketing campaigns with access to limited resources
Nordic Kandie was set up in Europe and India in the true European traditions of authentic marzipan making.
The company is headed by the couple Thomas Abraham & Thea Tammeleht a sixth generation marzepan maker, whose family hails from the hanseatic town of Reval, in Scandinavia where marzipan is known to have been invented, back in the 15th century.
Back in those days over 200 towns across Europe were controlled by the German Hanse and thus the name Hanseatic. This also ensured that this royal delicacy soon found its way to other royal homes across Europe through these towns.
Legend has it that a member of the royal family was unwell and called for the pharmacist. The head of the pharmacy Johann, was also unwell and the task was passed on to his young apprentice Mart. In ancient Europe in order to avoid poisoning, it was required that the pharmacist consume the medicine in front of his royal patient before administering it. So Mart the apprentice who had to consume the tasteless medicine, decided to make it tasty by adding almonds and sugar. This tasty medicine cured Mart’s royal patient, who decided to call the delicacy Mart’s bread or Mardileib (Estonian). In Latin bread is known as ‘Pane’ while in French it is ‘le pain’ and thus this royal delicacy began to be known as Mart’s pane and over the centuries as marzipan in English.