New Business Graduate Internship (3 months)
Wolff Olins has been building and transforming some of the world’s most influential brands for the last 50 years. We’ve always been ambitious for the work and optimistic for the world, pushing what’s possible, exploring new ways of doing things and using our creativity to make a positive difference. Previous clients that you might recognise include the Tate, London 2012 and Uber, amongst many others.
We are on the lookout for a brilliant graduate intern to join our new business and programme management team for 3 months. You will be at the heart of the agency, working on a diverse range of client requests and building out your project management skillset. You will help the new biz team field incoming requests and work with the teams to answer pitch briefs.
Over 50 years, Wolff Olins has built up a serious amount of knowledge about all things brands – across the globe and across most industries. Alongside getting stuck into the day-to-day strategic work with some of the world’s most exciting businesses, we would like you to funnel your logic and creativity into transforming all this knowledge into an ongoing resource for the strategy community
Do you have a passion for making things happen?
Do you have great organisation skills?
Do you bring energy, optimism and creativity to everything you do?
We’d love to hear from you
You will receive…
An excellent range of benefits including free breakfast; lunch on Fridays; yoga; circuit training; access to internal events; and an endless supply of daily snacks and coffee!
The opportunity to learn and work in one of the most creative brand agencies in London
Answer the following question in a total of no more than 300 words, in the format of your choice (a word doc, deck or even a video). There are no right or wrong answers!
Chose a client that you think Wolff Olins should pitch to. Explain
- Why we should pitch for them?
- What is the problem/opportunity we can help them with?
- How can you help us win the pitch?
Upload your answer here