Bloom Intelligence Sales Intern Program
Our interns are responsible for identifying and calling on prospects in order to set meetings for our account executives. Most Bloom Intelligence customers are in the hospitality industry - restaurants, bars, clubs, and coffee shops account for more than 90% of our customer locations.
Skills Our Interns Learn
As a Bloom Intelligence Sales Intern, you will learn the following transferable skills:
- How to develop a prospect list
- The best times to reach different types of decision-makers
- How to deliver an elevator pitch that gets prospects’ attention
- When and how to use various closing techniques
Good candidates for our sales intern program will bring:
- Good basic understanding of sales and marketing principles
- Attention to detail
- Outgoing, enthusiastic personality
- Good interpersonal skills
- A history of being accountable and dependable
- Good time management skills
- Willingness to learn
As a Bloom Intelligence Sales Intern, you will earn commissions just for booking sales meetings that our account executives to attend. For every new prospect who attends a meeting that you arrange, you will be paid $50. You'll also earn a $25 bonus if the account closes!
Bloom Intelligence - and it's parent company the Captiveyes Group - have been accepting FSU interns for more than a decade. Our interns have gone far and wide, and the experience they have gained while with our companies has helped them get their foothold and launch careers in a variety of cities and industries.
Internship Program Length and Time Required
The Bloom Intelligence Sales Intern position is a 10-week position. Interns are expected to work 20 hours each week and, aside from training and daily scheduled sales team meetings, hours worked are relatively flexible. Interns will find that certain decision-makers are easiest to reach at certain times of day, meaning that a split schedule is often the most productive.
Founded in 2006 by FSU alumnus William Wilson while he was working on his Master’s degree, the Captiveyes Group has grown from a one-man operation to a conglomerate of three companies with personnel located in several locations around the globe (Tallahassee, FL; St. Petersburg, FL; Dallas, TX; and Kiev, Ukraine).