We tag every company profile based on location, industry, and job/internship types offered. Pick a keyword below to find similar employers:
Posted by Willy Franzen on February 22, 2013. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Business Development Manager | Seattle||Seattle, WA|
|Market Development Representative (LATAM)||Seattle, WA|
|Territory Manager- Inside Sales||Seattle, WA|
If there’s anything that the Internet is perfect for, it’s finding hotels. Whether you’re looking for a place off the highway to stop for the night or a luxury vacation, you’re going to be better off if you use the web. Since so many people go online to find hotels, the competition for attention is getting really tough (especially now that Google has entered the market and inserted their product at the top of search results). Most hotel owners aren’t Internet marketing experts, so how do they make sure that people find them? They use buuteeq, a Seattle, WA based company and “easy-to-use web application that improves your hotel’s online marketing on the web, on mobile devices, and on Facebook.” It gives hotel owners everything they need to compete with the major chains who have huge teams dedicated to online marketing.
buuteeq calls their product “the world’s first Cloud Digital Marketing System (DMS) for hotels and lodging properties.” They offer a really nice product demo here, so you should look through that to better understand what buuteeq offers for hotels. If you want to see it action, you can see live websites from buuteeq customers. After that you’ll want to spend some time on buuteeq’s Careers page, because it’s pretty awesome. In fact, it’s what corporate careers sites should be. It’s well designed, lively, and gives you a peek at what culture at buuteeq is like. You do have to browse the job postings by topic, which is a bit annoying, but there are some great opportunities for new or recent grads including:
These jobs look really interesting, so take a look at them and see which ones get you excited.
Links to Help You Begin Your Research
What’s your favorite hotel?