What direction is the music industry headed? Is linear TV on the way out? The media landscape is undergoing rapid transformation, driven primarily by the digitization of the economy. In the middle of it all, and at the forefront of it, is Bertelsmann – and soon maybe you as well?
Take the first step now and apply for Talent Meets Bertelsmann 2017 in Berlin, the international networking event of Europe’s largest media company. Impress our partner companies with your creativity, entrepreneurial spirit and fresh ideas.
Those are the sort of people Bertelsmann is looking for. Talented individuals who are always on the go, who are passionate about media and digital trends. Creative tinkerers who burn the midnight oil designing their first app. Young entrepreneurs who are single-mindedly pursuing their objective. This English-language event from July 3-5, 2017 in Berlin will offer you something unique.
Talk with Executive Board members and top managers of Bertelsmann. Develop business ideas for media, education and services in exciting workshops. Look forward to attractive prizes for the best ideas and concepts, awarded by a jury made up of members of the Executive Board at Bertelsmann.
You’ll also have the opportunity to get some personal career consulting and attend an unforgettable dinner party with a live concert, where you’ll be able to make more new valuable contacts, in addition to those of the previous two days. The focus here is definitely on NETWORKING, in capital letters!
As an event participant, you join the exclusive Talent Meets Bertelsmann network, which means that you maintain contact with Bertelsmann and preserve your chance for a job in the Group – something many TMB alumni have achieved by now.
The company will pay for your hotel (two nights) in Germany’s capital. There’s also a travel allowance: 300 euros if you study at a European university; 500 euros if you’re attending a university outside of Europe.
Apply now in English for Talent Meets Bertelsmann and join the company in celebrating the 10th anniversary edition of its most important networking event. Compose a cover letter and explain why the media world fascinates you and why you – you in particular – definitely must attend the event in Berlin. Also send a current resume and – if possible – documentary evidence of your English-language ability.
Other qualifications you should have: You are a student (bachelor, master, MBA, doctoral student), ideally with a focus on business, the humanities, media management or business information systems, and have an above-average academic record. You should also have strong analytical and conceptual skills and be a communicative sort of person.