Market Research Internship
At SpeakSee, a start-up in Rotterdam, we aim to make conversations accessible for the over 466 million people with hearing loss, worldwide.
Some call it work. We call it doing what we love — and loving what we do. Creating a world that's more accessible and inspiring people to connect with each other through our innovative assistive technology.
We have developed a set of portable smart microphones that transcribe speech to text in real time using AI-powered speech recognition. This way people who are deaf or hard-of-hearing can read what’s being said and follow conversations again!
What you’ll be doing:
You would mainly help us with the development of our international marketing strategy by
• conducting a market research on various countries and find new opportunities to reach out to potential customer groups;
• searching and communicating with possible distributors in different countries and maintain existing relationships with distributors;
You will also work on other, related administrative tasks and customer contacts.
What we offer:
• A friendly place to learn, experiment and develop your skills;
• Coverage of travel expenses;
• A collaborative, entrepreneurial and international environment;
• Support to grow and embrace new challenges;
• Flexibility to adjust the internship to match your school’s requirements
• You are currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in the field of Marketing, Communication, or similar;
• You are a strong team player with a result driven mindset;
• You have the drive to make a social impact and work in a start-up;
• Excellent English, both speaking and writing, additional languages are a bonus;
• In possession of a good and working laptop;
Are you the intern we are looking for? Don’t hesitate to reach out to email@example.com !
466 million people around the world have a disabling hearing loss. Particularly group conversations are difficult for them to follow.
We're developing a breakthrough microphone system that transcribes conversations to text using speech recognition on the smartphone. This way, the Deaf or hard-of-hearing person can read what's being said and follow the conversation again.