During my summer internship program with Vodafone I have learnt a lesson for lifetime. While working on the project based in the Bura Bazaar area, I realized that a room of 100-200 sq-ft is a complete business house making a turnover of some crore…
During my summer internship program with Vodafone I have learnt a lesson for lifetime. While working on the project based in the Bura Bazaar area, I realized that a room of 100-200 sq-ft is a complete business house making a turnover of some crores in a month. The project has taught me to interact with people from diverse background. During communication classes at BIBS, I had never realized why so much of importance was given on greeting people and perfecting our body language. The field work opened our eyes and we realized the significance of portraying oneself before target customers.
I managed to generate a strong database of SMEs in the Bura Bazaar area. I was appreciated for my customer handling techniques and explaining the benefits of the company products to prospective customers. My experience while dealing with the customers was animated – there were a lot of factors which almost took me by surprise. I had prepared a detailed feedback report for the company, which I'm sure has helped them to understand the retailers of the region. Thanks to the report writing classes at BIBS!
I think I've been able to impress my manger during the summer internship. He was more than happy about the detailed report. It was something he was not expecting from a fresher. This is why we Bibsians stand ahead of others. Kudos!
Is it similar to project training I have done in CMC in VB.net
I have done summer internship in 160by2.com
I did it from Pantaloons Retail India......how was ur SIP experience
It was a nice job..!!! I was in Hardcore Sales , my job was to analyse the clients requirement, making business proposals & support to business development team.....what abut u
what actually you did you do
Summer Internship is a major turn of your career, it helps you to decide your career segment, your management specialization as well as which sector you should choose for your Job/business .
@[599271:sang.ghosh] I see €Śbut giving feedback must have been a tough job €“ coz a lot of things would depend on it
@[597416:Aman45] I support you thoughts , summer Internship is the practical face of your career, it shows what is the real image of a manager.
all are paid internship??
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