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9 hrs ago

Technical Director - Live Events – new

Blue Flame Palo Alto, CA

Blue Flame combines marketing, design, technology and consumer insights to develop effective creative solutions for our clients. Our aim is to ignite… Blue Flame


9 hrs ago

Production Manager - Live Events – new

Blue Flame San Francisco, CA

Blue Flame combines marketing, design, technology and consumer insights to develop effective creative solutions for our clients. Our aim is to ignite… Blue Flame


9 hrs ago

Project Manager - Live Events – new

Blue Flame San Francisco, CA

Blue Flame combines marketing, design, technology and consumer insights to develop effective creative solutions for our clients. Our aim is to ignite… Blue Flame


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    Former Employee - Operations Intern  in  New York, NY
    Former Employee - Operations Intern in New York, NY

    I worked at Blue Flame Agency as an intern for less than a year

    Pros

    Very few positives. It looks good on your resume if you are looking to work in the music or wine/spirits industries. I was given free CIROC goods during my internship.

    Cons

    I felt like I was never given meaningful work. I was only used to make copies, fetch coffee, organize cabinets, etc. I spent most of my time tracking down receipts for the expense reports. It is not my job to find a receipt that someone else lost, especially if I am unpaid. There were many days I was not given any work at all. I would ask for work and be told that there was nothing to be done.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Give the interns meaningful work or discontinue your internship program altogether. Unpaid internships exist to give insight into job fields and possible careers. They are not free labor for employers to exploit.

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