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Space Business Intern
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Industry

Aerospace & Defence

Category

Sales & Business Development

Experience

Entry level

Applications are considered on a rolling basis

Location: Stockholm

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Hiring Manager
Sethu Saveda Suvanam

Job Description

ReOrbit AB is an early-stage space startup founded in Stockholm, Sweden. ReOrbit makes space sustainable and affordable to solve the complex challenges of the globe. We enable this using a next-generation microsatellite platform that is reusable, flexible and modular. Our long-term goal is to achieve a sustainable space economy. We have a great founding team with 60+ cumulative years of experience within space. We are currently incubating in the STING, one of Europe’s best incubators, within the deep-tech program.

Description

We are looking for Space Business Intern from 01.07.2020 or 01.08.2020 for at least 3-4 months (full-time) based in our Stockholm office. The intern will work and gain experience in projects related to microsatellite market research, strategic analysis, communications, and sales.

Responsibilities

  • Supporting the definition and implementation of sales and business strategy
  • Perform lead analysis and potential customer mapping.
  • Develop and optimize internal databases in support of proposals, customer and relevant business information.
  • Performs market searches and analysis of competitors.
  • Developing marketing, informational and presentation materials.
Skills & Requirements
  • Masters in Aerospace or Business Administration.
  • Strong communication skills, written and verbal, to both technical and non-technical audiences.
  • Comfortable in a multidisciplinary and dynamic atmosphere.
  • Understanding of small satellite industry is considered highly advantageous.
  • Ability to work independently, under pressure in a thriving environment.
About the company

ReOrbit AB was founded in 2019 as a limited liability company in Stockholm, Sweden. ReOrbit makes space sustainable and affordable to solve the complex challenges of the globe.

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