Marketing and Communications Intern

Indrykket: 12.11.2020

TrackMan A/S, Vedbæk

Do you have a passion for sports and technology? Would you like to acquire the marketing toolbox? Are you a top-performing student with a curious mind?

… Then you are the Marketing and Communications Intern for TrackMan

Our company and technology

We are a Danish company founded, owned and managed since 2003 by three entrepreneurs with a strong passion for sports. Today, our headquarters are located in Vedbaek, Denmark and we have offices in New York, Phoenix, Poland, Japan, and Korea.

TrackMan products convert raw data from Doppler radar signals to measure ball and equipment kinematics for sports. A patented combination of camera and radar fuses the radar signal with information from video feeds and other sensors. This provides extremely accurate, valuable insights for athletes ranging from top world-class professionals through to enthusiastic amateurs, as well as coaches, scouts, and clubs of all levels.

What we can offer you

You will be working in the heart of the Marketing and Communications department at TrackMan, working with and reporting to the Vice President of Marketing and Communications. You will play a key role in carrying out strategic projects in a highly entrepreneurial organization. To ensure that you get the most out of your internship, we will together build a learning plan to give you the chance to influence what you take away from the internship.

We offer a paid internship with the opportunity to secure a full-time offer with TrackMan after finishing your studies.

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About TrackMan A/S
TrackMan has changed the way we understand and enjoy the games of golf and baseball, and today we continue to push the frontier of tracking technologies and data intelligence in sports. Our technology translates the flight of a ball and the movements of a player into insights that enable athletes and thought leaders to connect feel with facts. The masters of golf, baseball and many other sports rely on our technology to understand their game, improve their performance and, eventually, unleash their full potential.