Wanted: Intern to help create content for ArcticStartup website: interviews, sponsored stories, news, opinion pieces, reviews, video content, 360 videos etc.

3-6 months, 35 hours a week

We are looking for you who can write and/or create unique content on a regular basis about startups & entrepreneurship-related topics to ArcticStartup blog. Do you have the passion for business, entrepreneurship & tech and want to let the world know what is going on in the Nordics and Baltics? Perfect! Very good English skills are a must + 1 Nordic language is also a plus. The news will be distributed through various digital channels and interest in SEO is a plus to reach our audience.

You don’t need to have a certificate from any established publisher but show us how did you engage so far with the digital mediums and use social media to expand your reach.

This assignment will support you to expand your network in the entrepreneurial ecosystem. We want you to be active and use our connections for your own benefits and professional growth.

As a former intern and current employee at ArcticStartup, I would say being here is one of the best decisions I have made. Probably you have heard how it is like to work in a startup: flat hierarchy, everyone is friendly, you can crack jokes anywhere any time, or going to parties with your colleagues and with the CEO. Well, they are not wrong. At ArcticStartup, we are like a family and it is the place that it makes you feel excited when coming to work every day.

Startup Media of the Year 2016

ArcticStartup is an independent technology blog that reports on digital startups and growth entrepreneurship from the Nordic and Baltic countries. Our goal is to provide exceptional coverage of the news and trends needed to support a developed entrepreneurship community in Northern Europe. Your writing style should match with our mission ‘To help build communities with uncapped opportunities’, yet, we’d appreciate a personal style in your writing.

We got you interested? Then apply here: WritingInternArcticStartup

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