Tag Archives: Marketing

5 December 2016 - 2:32 pm YouTube Entrepreneurs- Story of Michelle Phan

If  you are a makeup junky, you must have heard of Michelle Phan-one of the most influential YouTube celebrities. If you think she only posts videos to teach you how to do a trendy makeup,  you are SO WRONG.

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4 May 2016 - 2:48 pm 5 things I learned as the Student Markeing Intern at USE


It’s been quite some time since I wrote a blog. So just to update you, my event, Liberating Potential, was a huge success and is going to happen agin next year too. So keep your eyes open.

So in this blog I am going to write about the top five things I learned this year as the Student Marketing Intern at University of Sheffield Enterprise.

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18 December 2015 - 11:07 am Graduate internships, the nine-to-five and what exactly is enterprise?

19 August 2015 - 1:48 pm Brand names or should we say brand gags?

Ever wondered why your product doesn’t sell abroad or why people in some countries laugh every time you mention it? Continue reading “Brand names or should we say brand gags?” »

3 July 2015 - 10:33 am An Experience to remember – diving head first into the working world.

Hello all, whether you’ve accidentally clicked on my post while browsing or genuinely have an interest in what I have to say, I welcome you to my limited edition, one and only, blog post.

I have never written a blog before so the whole concept is really quite exciting for my 15 year old, teenage self. So you, you lucky things get the pleasure of reading my first and quite possibly last blog, I know, I can basically hear your excitement.

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16 April 2015 - 4:34 pm Pop-ups and the power of people

Right now at Twin Cafe we are preparing to open our first pop-up cafe on Union Street in the city centre. For one week, from the 20/04 – 25/04 we have the opportunity to engage directly with the public, attract new customers, and introduce even more Sheffielder’s to their twin city’s coffee.

Yet, when we started last year there is no way we could have predicted the number of great opportunities that would come our way. Continue reading “Pop-ups and the power of people” »

19 February 2015 - 1:23 pm Mystery volunteers needed for super-secret project! (Marketing Experience)

Pssst! Want to be part of something exciting?

We’re looking for some creative assistants to help us with a top secret marketing campaign. Continue reading “Mystery volunteers needed for super-secret project! (Marketing Experience)” »

20 June 2014 - 12:30 pm The one where it’s my last post.

If you have read any of the other ‘goodbye’ posts from my fellow interns (here, here and here) you’ll notice a common trend: no one likes saying goodbye apparently. Understandable; saying goodbye means you have to leave the people, things and places you have become attached to, the things that have shaped who you are as a person. Personally, I’ve never really had any issues with goodbyes, I’ve had to leaves jobs, people and of course colleges and schools before but I’ve never really looked at goodbyes in a negative way. I usually always look at them positively, excited to tackle the next thing ahead of me. But this one feels different, this one is going to be harder.

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6 June 2014 - 12:45 pm How my failed business saved my career

The first day I started university was like the first time I started a business; I was excited and nervous, yet ready to take on a challenge. Thankfully, it wasn’t nearly as tragic. While university taught me a great deal about business, it was a far cry from the real world. Continue reading “How my failed business saved my career” »

3 April 2014 - 10:34 am Marketing 101. Skill Build 1.3.

A couple of weeks ago at Skill Build, Neil Anderson gave us a run-down on what marketing and public relations are, how they have developed and what we might think about when it comes to doing our own marketing. As well as a really interesting look at the history of marketing (and a whistle-stop tour of Sheffield in the 1980s), Neil gave us a great deal of very practical and useful advice that I’ll try to sum up in this blog post.

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