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  • Ecommerce Editorial and Content Production Internship

    Posted .

    Assisting E-Commerce Manager Mariana Kazarnovsky, and Gallery Assistant Bex Cassie, this internship is an exciting opportunity to join a rapidly growing area of the business, and pick up the skills to start your career in the fashion industry.

    This role requires strong organisational and communication skills, with emphasis on writing and commercial editorial. The role would suit an individual studying History, Cultural Studies, Journalism or Promotion, and is looking to develop a career in Marketing, PR, Production or Editorial roles.

    The successful applicants will assist all areas within the gallery and e-commerce department, gaining work experience in:

    • High quality written content creation for social media, blogs, newsletters, press releases etc., to promote online and in-store product.
    • Front of house customer and visitor communication skills.
    • Research visual references for content creation, and emerging talent.
    • Conducting research into trends, marketing strategies and competitors.
    • Assisting production on E-Commerce shoots.
    • Monitoring and processing orders and inventory management.
    • Assisting in implementing online marketing campaigns.
    • Research, writing and assisting with planning.
    • Setting up exhibitions.
    • Assisting with administrative duties & ‘Running’ tasks 

    The successful candidate will have the following Skills and Expertise:

    • Strong writing skills for creating online content.
    • Business acumen, creativity and enthusiasm.
    • Be organised and proactive.
    • Time management - ability to work to deadlines.
    • High attention to detail
    • Keen interest in the Fashion & Creative Arts industries.
    • Extensive knowledge of Social Media and Ecommerce.
    • Computer literacy in Microsoft Excel, Outlook, Word, Adobe Creative Suit.
    • An Arts of Fashion focused Marketing or Management related degree is preferred as well as previous experience in the Luxury market. 

    Ideally, interns work full time for a period of 6 – 12 weeks, although part time positions will be considered. SHOWstudio can cover lunch and travel costs (within central London).

    To Apply:

    Please send your CV, covering letter and examples of written work, with details of your availability to Mariana Kazarnovsky and Bex Cassie at

    NB: Those seeking specific photography or styling experience should not apply for this post.

  • Business Development Manager

    Posted .

    SHOWstudio is looking for somebody to work hand-in-hand with our eCommerce Manager to grow our eCommerce platform. The position is perfect for somebody with a very strong eCommerce/Digital background who also has a very good understanding of the fashion and art industries, and who is on the pulse with what young artists/designers are creating. 

    The Business Development Manager will oversee and manage SHOWstudio online sales and expansion efforts, from developing long-term goals and strategies, as well as making sales and processing invoices. Specifically, you will be responsible for bringing new clients – both consumers and vendors – into the business, as well as fostering relationships with existing clients and identifying opportunities to scale up the business. 

    This is an exciting opportunity to work at a startup and help build the business from its early stages.

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Drive sales and manage costs to achieve monthly sales and profitability targets
    • Source and select artwork and product for sale on website
    • Identify new clients, nurture relationships and source/secure new customers that are in line with the SHOWstudio brand to support and drive company growth
    • Identify and engage with young illustrators/photographers/designers that are in line with the SHOWstudio brand to sell online
    • Collaborate with eCommerce Manager to create exclusive merchandise for SHOWstudio
    • Provide qualitative analysis and marketplace input on buying and pricing decisions
    • Deliver a consistently well maintained, visually exciting and commercial environment both online and in studio
    • Manage the installation of product in the studioWork with the eCommerce Manager to ensure proper inventory records
    • Develop an on-going PR campaign and strategy, grow marketing campaigns
    • Create social media strategies and newsletters to promote product
    • Generate press coverage for special projects and product
    • Work closely with cross-functional organisations including marketing and product to support and achieve business growth strategies and objectives
    • Assist in gathering market intelligence by reporting noteworthy information regarding customers, competitors and the marketplace
    • Liaise with artists on pricing and terms of sale, organise shipment of artwork - both from artist to studio and from studio to client
    • Monitor all expenses, incoming and outgoing invoices, credit card statements, bank statement, oversee master sales documents
    • Liaise with accountant so that artists are paid when sales are completeWork with the Editorial team to create monthly reports that feature projects 
    • Arrange imagery for product, social media and press
    • Write product text for website, blog posts, newsletters, essays and press releases, upload product to site

    Desired skills and experience:

    • 4+ years experience in a sales or client facing role
    • Experience in eCommerce, auction house, ad sales, gallery/art sales or SaaS a plus
    • Commercial experience in a creative environment
    • Demonstrable team management skills, must also be a team player
    • Hands-on approach to work
    • Flexible and adaptable
    • Good interpersonal, oral and written communication skills
    • Able to use own initiative, highly self-motivated and a self-starter
    • Thrives in an entrepreneurial environment

    To Apply

    Send your CV and a short cover letter to Please include 'Firstname Surname, Business Development Manager' in the subject line of your email. Position is available immediately so early applications are encouraged. 

    Salary: Based on experience

  • Editorial Intern

    Posted .

    Assisting our Fashion Editor Lou Stoppard, this role will suit a student or graduate from a fashion journalism or similar degree who has a strong interest in writing. This role requires strong organisational, communication and administration skills and an excellent command of the written word.

    Interns are responsible for administrative support, research and some writing as well as answering phones, looking after visitors and a wide range of 'running' tasks one would expect in any busy studio.

    Ideally, interns work full time for a period of 6 – 12 weeks, although part time positions will be considered. SHOWstudio can cover lunch and travel costs (within central London). 

    To Apply

    Please send your CV, covering letter and examples of written work, with details of your availability to Lou Stoppard at 

    NB: Those seeking photography or styling experience should not apply for this post as it is principally administrative/journalism-focused.