Content & Performance Marketing Intern (m/f/d)

Frontira is a strategic design firm. We define, build and scale digital products & services that generate new growth for leading companies.

We are looking for a Content Marketing Intern who can support Frontira in our own marketing activities while also supporting the team on strategy, research and building innovative digital products and services for leading companies in Europe.

We are looking for you if you are curious, independent and proactive and if you grasp concepts of content, growth marketing and are interested in also being involved in innovation projects.


Content & Performance Marketing Intern (m/f/d)


Remote – Berlin – Budapest

Core tasks and responsibilities:
  • Supporting our senior team and marketing agency in creating reports, articles and short format content based on trends, research into customers, markets, innovation and technology.
  • Manage our team in digital content development, editing and publishing and applying growth marketing techniques to drive engagement with potential leads.
  • Help coordinate our marketing and publishing calendars in terms of strategy and operations.
  • Support in trends scouting (desktop research) both for our own communication and client projects.
  • Support our strategy and innovation teams on client projects including research, writing proposals, participating in workshops.
Skills & Experience:
  • BA in Marketing (or related field), or working towards a degree in this field
  • Analytical skills and critical thinking
  • Collaborative and creative mindset
  • Business proficiency in English is a must, proficiency in German is a big plus
We offer:
  • Compensation package
  • International work environment
  • Remote work opportunity
  • Personal Development opportunities including mentoring, participation in conferences, exposure to international client projects
The New Normal.

The COVID-19 outbreak is a new global reality that arrived fast and unexpectly, resulting in the birth of completely unfamiliar business context. With the beginning of the new calendar and fiscal years, businesses have seen their plans for 2020 become obsolete over the course of a few weeks. Undoubtedly as part of immediate crisis management, business leaders are coping with today but also revising plans, projections and priorities for what many are calling the ‘New Normal’.