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Sample cover letter for Internship position at M&C Saatch


Biddable Media / Marketing Internship

M&C Saatchi Mobile


Re:Biddable Media / Marketing Internship (Paid)[MDD1]

Dear Sir/Madam,

Ever since I came across M&C Saatchi’s “ y=aekλ/ξ “ formula, I have been fascinated and determined to learn more about formula to bring balance between the Mad Man and Math Men of the advertising world. I was very pleased to see on the internwise website that you are accepting applications for a marketing internship position, and I am writing to apply for it.

I am about to complete my Masters of Business Administration & Management from the triple accredited Henley Business School with a special focus on marketing and strategy analysis. I have extensive knowledge of sales and business management practices, as well as highly developed creative and problem solving skills

My professional experience includes sales engineer position in BEML Limited, (a ministry of defence undertaking, India) where I worked for more than two years. My clients varied from giants such as the Indian Railways and Indian Army, to [MDD2] first time contractors. I also worked in Valvoline Cummins Limited as a business executive, leading all marketing activities in the North east region of [MDD3] . Further, I successfully ran my own freelance business in project management for a year before joining Henley Business [MDD4] .

With my quantitative training, creative problem-solving skills and relevant coursework and professional experience, I am confident of excelling in the position [MDD5] intern at M&C Saatchi.

I hope you will find my knowledge and experience a great potential addition to M&C Saatchi and look forward to discussing with you the possibility of putting my skills to work for your organization.

Thank you for your consideration. I look forward to hearing from you.

Yours Sincerely

[MDD1]Remove “paid”. I know it’s a link, but a link is not necessary.

[MDD2]Put something a bit more posh than teenagers…

[MDD3]Could you continue like “… from which I gained bla bla bla skills.

[MDD4]Could you continue “… that gave me the ability to bla bla bla.”

[MDD5]Is it “as” instead of “of”?

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