Hard to believe but Dmitry, who worked with me for almost 2 years now, and many of you have probably exchanged some emails with, is moving on. He did such a great job that I alone can not achieve it so here is who we are looking for as his replacement.
If you know someone who fits the following characteristics, I would appreciate an introduction. I can be reached at mrinal at crossloop dot com
Job Title: Product Marketing Intern
Do you like people?
Do you like connecting with them - online (Twitter/Facebook/LinkedIn etc.) and offline?
Do you read and write lots of blogs and tech news articles?
Do you have good writing skills?
Are you constantly unlearning and learning to be up front in the tech world?
Do you question conventional wisdom?
Do you get excited about gadgets and web services and share your experiences with others?
Are you excited about helping a startup in Silicon Valley expand its user base? and finally
Do you believe in having a FUNomenal pursuit?
If you kept saying: “yes, yes, yes” to the questions above (without any exception) – working along with me at Crossloop IS your true calling! We are looking for a product marketing intern who is excited about EACH and EVERY user of the company's products and can help us build deep relationships with them.
Quick Overview of CrossLoop
Crossloop is a venture funded startup in Silicon Valley that provides:
1) a free, award winning, desktop software that people can use to train each other, collaborate and provide computer support
2) a Network of over 15k+ technical experts that can help with computer problems or train customers on anything remotely from products like Photoshop to social media
Our software has received awards from LAPTOP Magazine for 2008 Innovation, Top 5 Downloads from CNET for 2007.
Our service has been reviewed by many credible national outlets like Forbes, BusinessWeek, PC Advisor, Computer World, The Wall Street Journal, VentureBeat, AARP, and many others. Details and reviews of our media coverage is here and here. You can learn more about us and even try it at www.crossloop.com
I love interns - they know no limit, they have a lot of positive energy and carry no baggage!
Good Afternoon and Good Luck.