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Internship – Corporate Accelerator Project Management (m/w)

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Frühestmöglicher Eintrittstermin August 2016

The Swiss Startup Factory (SSUF) began in 2014 driven by the ambitions to create global companies that disrupt the prevailing norms, products, and business models. Our core business is a three-month program that provides early stage startups with financing, services, coaching, mentoring, office space, and access to a large entrepreneurial and investor network. Additionally, we have several partnerships with corporates where we accelerate startups in their respective sector. These startups belong then to the SSUF’s Corporate Accelerator.

Position Detail

  • Core-Team member
  • Ownership of corporate accelerator projects and dynamic responsibilities from the first day on
  • Support of the corporate startups
  • Analysis tasks:
  • Assessment of various industries
  • Assessment of business models and due diligence
  • Monitor ongoing trends in the startup environment
  • Consulting tasks:
  • Preparation of presentations for corporate partners
  • Development and adaption of business models
  • Perform market analyses
  • Full-time
  • Duration: 6 months
  • Start Date: TBD

Applicant Profile

  • Entrepreneurial bachelor- or master student
  • Excellent analytical ability
  • Independent personality
  • Prior experience in the field of startups, business models and technology
  • Team player
  • Excellent ability to communicate in English and German
  • Excellent knowledge in Excel and PowerPoint
  • Attention to detail, organized with a Can-Do mind set, willing to go the extra mile
  • Smart-thinker (Out of the Box & Around the Box)

If you are interested in the position, then please send your CV and cover letter to

In regards to the cover letter, please answer the following question: why do you want to work in a highly dynamic startup environment?