You live in a connected and complex world. You notice how traditional ways of engagement no longer work, and want to be part of what does.
To succeed in this unpredictability, we need adaptable tool-agnostic thinkers keen on learning new skills and processes to analyse the unforeseen.
We are a fast-growing digital marketing agency in Singapore creating meaningful and measurable customer engagements and experiences in the digitised world.
Rather than major or formal training in digital marketing, we value polymaths with curiosity, perseverance, and communication skills. We would love to meet you.
At Design Prodigy, we are building a team of A-players to help marketers succeed in the engagement economy.
Selected candidates will be asked to complete a challenge.
Enquire at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Full-Time Digital Engagement Interns
(Only 6 vacancies available, current local university students welcome to apply)
Period: May to July 2018
Duration: 12 weeks
Calling all social science, psychology, computer science, engineering, and polymath students who are keen to take on challenges in a different field.
In today’s always-online world, customers crave useful, relevant, and targeted information. By infusing timely and engaging content with razor-sharp metrics and data analytics, we help organisations build their brands, grow their online influence, generate leads, convert customers, and develop advocates.
Our business revolves around a key question – how to create a connection with an audience. We believe that audiences want to be engaged in relevant meaningful ways. We are interested in understanding the human psyche. At the same time, we need the models to apply this in the digital realm. Hence we are looking for interns from a variety of interests.
You will be doing research in understanding human nature and culture in the age of hyperconnectivity, and build out the framework for data-driven models to identify these as actionable moments.
Seeking interns who are:
– Creative and imaginative
– Have strong analytical and reasoning skills
– Sociable and active in social media
– Widely-read, or who have multiple deep interests
– Able to learn fast and connect disparate concepts
Read a past intern’s reflection that blew us away right here.
Say hi to us at email@example.com!
“Digital marketing seemed to be the ‘up and coming’ thing for marketing, but a guest from DP at a Nanyang Business School networking night was already talking about the changing landscape of digital marketing. I was like, “What’s this guy talking about?” Intrigued, I approached him after the event and learnt about the internship opportunity.
“As interns, many times we hold back what we have to say because of the “we are just interns” mindset. One of the main reasons why I’ve enjoyed myself in DP is because I can voice out my thoughts and my opinions are being valued.”
– Ang Zheng Shun, NTU Marketing
“Previously, marketing to me was ads and landing pages, sales funnels and opt-in forms. But how do some people perform so well with the same structures while others fail?
“I have learnt that marketing is not a single silo of domain knowledge, or a few marketing stack technologies. It encompasses psychology, art, logic – and at its core: the understanding of human nature.”
– Andrew Ong, NUS Marketing and University Scholars Programme
“I came in with literally zero knowledge about marketing. If you are a non-business student wondering whether this position is suitable for you, trust me, you do not need much marketing background to find your space here. You just have to learn a little bit more and pick up some terminologies along the way. As long as you are willing to learn, and have the ability to think, you will be fine.
“On our last day of work, our presentation suddenly enlightened me about what I was at DP for. As unbelievable as it may sound, you will get there when the time comes.”
– Yu Anran, NUS Quantitative Finance and University Scholars Programme
“Before joining DP, whenever I thought of marketing, I would think of basic concepts taught in school, be they the 4 ‘P’s, marketing funnel, etc. However, DP challenged those basic concepts as we developed a more sophisticated framework that included more variables relevant to our current context.
“This experience of unlearning and relearning about what is marketing about not only deepened my understanding of this field, but also helped me take away the value of questioning and challenging implicit assumptions.”
– Lim Qian Wei, SMU Marketing and Analytics