Think like a CEO

Updated: Jun 10, 2014, 13:07 IST | Soma Das

A shopping portal has launched a CEO hunt campaign where college students get to play its CEO for 15 days

If you’ve ever fancied being a corporate head honcho, here’s a golden opportunity to fulfill that dream. Online shopping portal, DesiDime.com has launched the Next CEO hunt campaign. Aimed at young college students, it will help them get first-hand experience of entrepreneurship by working as the CEO of the portal for 15 days. Twenty19, a student opportunity portal, powers the campaign.

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The shortlisted candidate will work along with the CEO of Desidime.com and be involved in day-to-day decision-making. They will work as a management trainee for the remaining 15 days. The candidate will draw a salary of `7,000 at the month-end, along with a recommendation letter and work experience certificate.

Mehul Jobanputra, CEO and co-founder of DesiDime.com isn’t looking for candidates with specific qualifications. Rather he wants applicants with creative, analytical and problem-solving abilities. He/she can be an undergraduate or someone who has recently graduated.

All month long, the candidate will work like a CEO by taking strategic decisions, managing people, problem-solving, creating a marketing plan, supervising of operations processes and data analysis. Jobanputra is positive of its benefits: “In today’s competitive world, even a small error can send the company in downward spiral. We want aspiring entrepreneurs to learn through such opportunities.”
 
Last date: June 12
Email: your resume to jobs@desidime.com
call: 65658002
Log on to: www.twenty19.com/internships/company/desidime-com/desidime-com-next-ceo-hunt
age Students should be 18-21 years of age; from any stream

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