As a global leader in brand consulting and design, Landor helps clients create agile brands that thrive in today’s dynamic, disruptive marketplace. Our work enables top brands—from Barclays to BMW and Tide to Taj—to stand for something while never standing still.
Landor’s branding services include strategy and positioning, identity and design, brand architecture, prototyping, innovation, naming and verbal identity, research and analytics, environments and experiences, engagement and activation, and interactive and media design.
Founded by Walter Landor in 1941, Landor pioneered many of the research, design, and consulting methods that are now standard in the branding industry. Today, Landor has 27 offices in 21 countries, working with a broad spectrum of world-famous brands. Clients include Barclays, Bayer, BMW, BP, FedEx, GE, Intuit, Kraft Foods, Pernod Ricard, Procter & Gamble, Samsung, and Taj Group.
Landor is a member of the Young & Rubicam Group within WPP, the world's largest marketing and communications firm. For more information, please visit Landor.com and follow Landor on Facebook and Twitter.
Client Services Intern
Landor is constantly seeking talent year round for an amazing Client Services Internship experience! Landor offers paid internships that will last approximately five months (about 20 weeks), depending on the internship program and school schedule and/or program. This position will be located in our Chicago office and will require full-time availability starting April 1st, working through mid August.
Interns will learn entry-level project management responsibilities, as well as handle various administrative tasks. Interns will learn about Landor's branding practices and how to apply this knowledge in preparing client presentations. Interns will assist a team of 5-6 people in efficiently planning and conducting primary and secondary research on consumers, clients, and prospects (industry and competitive dynamics, communications, relevant trends, core issues/needs); this could be anything from initiating web searches and organizing communications samples, to coordinating facilities and preparing materials for focus groups, work sessions, and meetings. Interns may also assist in the financial aspects of client projects such as invoicing, billing and preparation of internal contracts, as needed.
Internship candidates must have completed a minimum of 5 semesters or equivalent (junior year, second semester). Candidates should have excellent organization and communication skills. Candidates should have a strong desire to learn about branding, marketing, and other related areas. Candidates should also be proactive, quick to learn and have the ability to excel in a small team format. Candidates should have intermediate to advanced skills in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel.