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Kindly sponsored by our Official Employability Sponsor:

Cambridge, meet CAMBrand.

 

We’re committed to helping you develop the skills you will need to land your dream job and succeed in the world of tomorrow. That’s why we run a brand consultancy programme: CAMBrand. And this term, we’re going international!

CAMBrand is a one of a kind project. As a participant, you will carry out real work for an exciting U.S. company, gaining invaluable experience in strategy and marketing. Not only that, but you’ll be a member of an all-star team, giving you the perfect opportunity to develop your communication, teamwork and leadership skills.

Right up your street?

The details you need to know:

  • It’s easy to apply. You’ll simply need to fill out a short form here
  • Applications close on 31st January. We strongly advise applying as early as possible.
  • CAMBrand only runs for five weeks (due to commence on 5th February), meaning that it’s a great way to gain experience (and CV points!) whilst managing your studies. Remember: one line on your CV will say you’ve got a first, what will the other thirty say?

The projects to choose from:

Wag Hotels is a premier hotel company—exclusively for dogs and cats. Based mostly in the Silicon Valley, Wag understands that the modern dog or cat is more than just a pet; it is a member of the family. Wag takes 24/7 top quality care of our furriest family members, whether they are attending a puppy social, going to a Sniff-N-Seek competition during Summer Camp, relaxing with a blueberry facial, or sleeping on a king-size bed in an Ultra Suite while their parents are away (yes, these are all services your pet can enjoy at Wag). Each of Wag’s six hotels offers boarding, all day play, grooming, and training, with new luxurious and convenient services debuting regularly.

The Wag team is looking for ways to get the word about their brand out to as many new guests and their owners as possible.

Lemonaid Health is bringing a new era of healthcare to the USA. As the first “online only” doctor service, Lemonaid’s mission is to make healthcare cheaper, better, more accessible, and faster than it is through traditional services. Hundreds of thousands of patients already use the Lemonaid app and website to get birth control or acne medication prescriptions, or lab tests for STDs and cholesterol—all from the comfort of their own homes, no in-person doctor’s visit necessary. Lemonaid doctors can provide remote care within minutes—which means that patients often pick up their filled prescriptions just 30 minutes after they’ve completed their online doctor visit.

The team of 30 doctors, engineers, and marketers at this San Francisco-based company need help developing some strategies to increase marketing reach to a wider range of users and to improve the “trustability” factor of the service.