Looking to revolutionize the fashion industry!
Role: Strategic Marketing Management
Start-up: My Neighbors' Closet App
Location: anywhere (company is based in Montréal QC)
My Neighbors' Closet App is a green startup encouraging women to choose second hand and swaps as the first option in fashion.
We are currently working in the second part of our beta test and looking for a volunteer with Marketing skills to work in our strategy development to launch in Montreal.
If you are passionate about changing the world into a more sustainable place you need to meet us! We are working towards the world of our dreams and would be happy to hear other people's ideas.
Please send us your CV and a paragraph explaining why would you like to join My Neighbors' Closet team!
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GoodWork ID: 44617 Date posted to GoodWork.ca: Mar 9 2018
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