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Business Development Intern

at matchist in 1871 Chicago   —   Apr 05, 2014   |  
You'll be working closely with the founders to build out partnerships with tech companies and develop relationships with companies around the country. You'll also be helping run the day-to-day of a startup and will participate in marketing efforts like blogging, social media, and other campaigns. You'll attend events and represent matchist in the community both online and offline. At matchist, you'll wear all the hats you want and have unlimited opportunity to learn from the founders. You'll be part of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business Polsky Accelerator Program, an exclusive summer accelerator that brings in experts from Chicago to teach startups the ins and outs of scaling companies.
You live and breathe startups. You love attend startup networking events like Technori Pitch, Built in Chicago Launch, and Entrepreneurs Unpluggd regularly. Your friends describe you as someone who can talk to anybody, and you always have LinkedIn open. You are passionate about entrepreneurship and love looking for ways for great companies to partner. You're also a hustler: always trying to find ways to do things more efficiently while bucking the status quo. You're data driven and enjoy running tests to optimize your efforts. You're looking for an opportunity to learn as much as you can while working closely with founders to build a great company. Finally, you're a self starter who doesn't need a lot of hand holding and can get things done quickly.
10-20 hours/week
Must be in Chicago (Some work will be remote, other in office. Office is in Hyde Park and 1871)
Starts June 3rd (flexible)
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