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Digital Marketing Internship | Sony Research India Mumbai, Maharashtra, India [Video]

Digital Marketing Internship | Sony Research India Mumbai, Maharashtra, India


Working for Sony Research India is not just a job, it is stepping into a ‘World of Wonder’!

Come, Experience Sony with a digital marketing internship role.

Job brief

We are looking for an enthusiastic digital marketing intern to join our employer branding team and provide creative ideas to help achieve our goals. You will have administrative duties in developing and implementing branding campaigns and events. As a digital marketing intern, you will collaborate with our social media channels in all stages of social media campaigns. Your insightful contribution will help develop and enhance our social media presence on Linkedin. This internship will help you acquire marketing skills and provide you with knowledge of various employer branding strategies. Ultimately, you will gain broad experience in branding, social media campaign management, and be prepared to enter any fast-paced work environment.


Brainstorm new creative approaches to influencer campaigns
Perform market and competitor analysis
Support the employer branding team in daily administrative tasks
Assist in PR and advertising promotional activities to drive traffic and engagement to Linkedin (e.g. social media, direct mail, and web)
Help organize events like Hackathons/Linkedin Live
Identify and build relationships with prominent influencers


Strong desire to learn along with professional drive
Linkedin Marketing, Facebook & Instagram Ads and Marketing, Email marketing
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Excellent knowledge of MS Office
Passion for social media campaigns and digital marketing
Current enrollment in a related Bachelors or Masters degree

Work Location

Remote/ Mumbai/Bengaluru, India


3 to 6 months
9:30 to 18:00 (Monday to Friday) fulltime
The internship start date will be the second week of July 2021.

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