Seattle, WA (PRWEB) November 05, 2015
InvestmentBank.com, a division of Merit Harbor Group, LLC, is seeking both undergraduate and graduate-level investment banking interns to assist in the company’s online deal origination strategy. Interns will work directly with the company executive management team in assisting with the expansion of a broad-based marketing strategy. In doing so, interns will have opportunities to assist both in online marketing as well as work directly on interesting deals on which the company is working.
Unlike other investment banks, the Merit Harbor Group employs a very broad marketing strategy, targeting various channels for deal origination both on and off-line. The company’s online strategy includes more content marketing than similar competing investment banks. “We employ a very robust online marketing strategy across various channels including a number of very high-profile websites,” says Nate Nead, Director. “We’re looking for quality, motivated interns interested in the financial services industry that have strong desire to work with a company focused on the future of fintech.”
In addition to the company’s unique deal origination strategy, the company also utilizes some of today’s new equity crowdfunding laws to raise capital in more efficient and cost-effective ways. “We’re not only sourcing deals in unique and interesting ways, we’re also using some of today’s most advanced financial technology to gain faster and cheaper access to company funding,” says Nead.
Interested copywriting and marketing interns should be prepared to perform in-depth and industry-specific market research, including article, case study and whitepaper writing. This research will be into everything from blog articles to market research reports used for existing and potential investment banking clients.
InvestmentBank.com is a site owned and operated by the Merit Harbor Group, LLC a middle-market mergers and acquisitions advisory firm with offices across the western United States. The company specializes in helping growing companies expand with human and financial capital and then profitably exit through M&A.