Our internship program provides young and enterprising talents with abundant hands-on experience and opportunities in accounting, managing, and even meeting with decision makers.
You will find a relatively flexible and free working environment at RollAngle along with ample guidance from our leaders, and challenging yet fulfilling tasks. Here you could learn from our leaders about up-to-date industry knowledge, interpersonal communication skills, a working mindset and more in a short period of time.
Moreover, a working opportunity with RollAngle does not end at the completion of our summer internship program. We intend to establish and maintain long-term connections with young talents showing satisfactory performance.
Time and duration are flexible. For applicants: please specify your date of availability in your application and submit your CV to email@example.com. Read the sharing below from our interns to learn more about their experience.
Frank Wong Year 3, Global Business and Marketing, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Marketing & Business Strategy, Summer 2017
Choosing a company to work as an intern for is always a tough question for students, especially for a penultimate year student like me. But I was fortunate to stay in a right place the last summer. Working at RollAngle for three months enabled me to achieve more than what I had expected and it was another live example of why one could actually learn more in a small-to-middle-sized company rather than a multi-national corporation.
Being different from ordinary internships, I had the chance to meet with two managers before I got hands on with the tasks to discuss about my anticipated achievements throughout the internship. That set a clearer direction of what sort of projects I would get assigned to. Then, it came the responsibility and freedom to perform which you normally would not have in big companies: not only did I get involved in design of multiple digital campaigns of different clients from a mix of industries, I was also given the chance to construct part of the company portfolio and pitching deck. Through in-depth industry research and idea formation, the former tasks granted me opportunities to interact and work with real-life business clients, while the latter tasks also allowed me to learn more about the technical side of building a campaign as well as some upcoming trends within the digital marketing industry.
Apart from being a good learning place, RollAngle was as well a great place to make new friends. All the colleagues, including the founders there, were very nice and hospitable. And as the team would always have lunch together, it was not hard to get myself familiar with them. The joy I had while working with them, in addition to the experience gained in RollAngle, definitely made my summer last year count.
Bertilla Chow Year 2, LLB at University College London Marketing & Business Strategy, Summer 2016
Working at RollAngle for two months was the highlight of my first summer after my first year at university. As a law student, I wanted exposure to how businesses operate, and it would prove invaluable for me in the future to know where my clients are coming from as they express business concerns.
The bottom line is that RollAngle is a small but dynamic team, which is crucial if you want responsibility. You will be hard pressed to find another place that gives you more autonomy and growth within such a short period of time.
Justin Chow Sophomore, Computer Science & Economics w/ Business Studies Minor, New York University Marketing & Business Strategy, Summer 2016
In an ever-growing competitive professional world, there’s nothing more valuable and important than experiencing a true working environment with a summer internship. I’ve completed a few internships before, but I honestly believe that the 10 weeks I spent working with RollAngle have given me the most eye-opening and interesting summer working experience yet!
If you watch any of Jack Ma’s (Founder of Alibaba) speeches, you’ll hear him say, “Before you turn 30 years old, go to a small company. You learn the passion, you learn the dreams. You learn to do a lot of things at one time.” After this summer, I can say he’s definitely right. I’ve seen the hard work RollAngle’s staff puts in every project, and it’s inspiring. I felt challenged, yet motivated to take on projects that intimidated me from the get-go. Moreover, working for a “smaller” company allowed me to take on tasks of a variety of functions, and learn even more than I would if I had ended up doing coffee runs for a “large” firm.
What’s more, after reading what’s been said from interns who worked here prior, I’ll agree that the RollAngle team is one of the most supportive, professional, and down to earth group you’ll meet. I was met with valuable constructive feedback and guidance on every project I took part of, and appreciate the professional support that I was given. Moreover, the team makes an incredible effort to get to know you on a casual level as well. I found that frequent team meals and fun gatherings definitely helped establish trustful relationships, and opening myself up to the team allowed me to take part of projects I truly cared about and enjoyed.
Looking for experience in the marketing industry, learn about how an office works on all levels, and teach me skills that aren’t necessarily taught in college/school; I’m glad I chose to spend my summer at RollAngle.
Adrian Law Yr4, Economics, The Chinese University of Hong Kong Marketing & Business Strategy, Summer 2016
Interning in RollAngle was not my first experience in the related industries, yet I had the most surprising three months with the steepest learning curve – to try out as many/different tasks as possible.
It is not common that an intern could have the opportunity to participate in the face-to-face client works, not to say the earliest project pitching. Not until I had the exposure to the client meetings, I couldn’t imagine the difficulties of tackling different kinds of clients, and what corresponding techniques should be used. Indeed, it’s really a precious training to get a heads-up on the challenge in the real world.
In RollAngle, there’re always new things to learn and discover. From elaboration to execution, skill set could be diversified by engaging into different projects. What’s more, not only did the forks help and give concrete advices on the tasks, but they also tried to share their visions and prospects on i.e. industry and market so that I could have a better understanding of the local SME ecosystem.
To highlight, the fun and friendly environment is definitely one of the most attractive reasons I got excited to work everyday. From daily lunch to breakfast sharing, to watching movie together – yay a random tgif movie after work – there’re so many greats times we could exchange interesting/new/innovate stuffs and more importantly, to get closer and closer to the team.
It’s truly a great place for those who are keen to learn and wanted to challenge themselves, and the exposure would be much more rewarding than you ever think.
Yiran Xu Graduate, MA, The Chinese University of Hong Kong Marketing & Business Strategy, Summer 2015
I believe that the key success of a company hinges on its people. During my 3-month stint at RollAngle, I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to work with some friendly, passionate, creative people who strive to provide great customer services and create a fair, fun working environment.
They trusted me as part of the team and assigned me to various challenging and important tasks. Aside from communicating and working closely with our clients, I was encouraged to make decisions based on my own research in the real business world. But I was never alone – my colleagues were always there for me. They were willing to sit down and discuss with me; they listened to, appreciated and guided me, which made me feel valued.
Yes, they treated me more than an intern. They told me about RollAngle’s history and shared their vision and insights with me. I was inspired and had a taste of what entrepreneurship truly means. RollAngle is such a wonderful place to try, learn, and grow. If you are a non-local, you’re bound to understand the local culture better and improve your spoken Cantonese.
Working in a dynamic, creative environment with this excellent team of professionals not only pushes me further every day, but also made my time here even more rewarding and precious.
Janice Cheung Yr 2, Global Business and Marketing, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Marketing & Business Strategy, Summer 2015
I have just declared Marketing as my second major at the end of my year 2 studies, and was really hoping to find an internship that will provide me exposure into the industry. Not only did RollAngle give me insight into the marketing industry, especially with social media platforms, it was also a great work place filled with people who are enthusiastic and passionate about their work.
The best thing about RollAngle was the amount of trust everyone gave me, giving me autonomy over the work that I was responsible for. Every day was a new challenge and filled with new things to learn from. Multiple projects were handled simultaneously, ranging from small copywriting assignments to big website remodeling projects. It was all very interesting and valuable to me because as a student with no previous experience, I got to see projects from multiple clients at the same time.
There was a lot of guidance and support along the way and there was definitely a great team dynamic amongst everyone in the office. At times it felt more like one big family having a great time together than a traditional office setting. This was also one of the unexpected outcomes that I’ve gained through the internship – it helped me realized that this is the exact type of setting that I would love to work in in the future.
RollAngle’s internship gave me opportunities to work on different aspects of marketing and consulting – brainstorming ideas, design, research, data analysis etc. It gave me a chance to meet a team of great people and most perhaps importantly, helped reinforced my initial decision to choose marketing as a major.
Without a doubt, this has been the best internship experience I’ve had so far.
Hayley Kwan Yr 1, MEng Computing, Imperial College London Business Analysis & Marketing Technology, Summer 2015
Working at RollAngle has been quite a unique experience. 10 weeks sounded to be a long time, but there are so much I still want to do. I recommend anyone who wishes to learn and challenge themselves to join the friendly team.
I chose to work at RollAngle because I felt that the company really accommodates interns after reading the stories from previous interns. Having worked here, I am happy to say they are all true! RollAngle has a small team and a strong sense of community. People here care about what happens in the world, not just inside Hong Kong, and are interested in who you are and what you are interested in. They make a serious effort to connect with you on a casual level, building relationships on top of work. It was easy to get to know my colleagues through lunches and fun internal events. They were definitely a joy to work with.
At RollAngle, interns get much responsibilities and freedom. The RollAngle team is happy to give you projects in topics you prefer. Instead of following someone’s footsteps, simply scribbling notes and making coffee, I was trusted to take the lead in internal projects which I found very enjoyable. My contributions were visible and were taken seriously. My other responsibilities included copywriting, programming and market research. Although I had no experience in marketing and web development when I joined the team, I very much enjoyed learning by doing. With support from the team, I learnt so much that I wouldn’t have on my own.
One feature of RollAngle’s culture is the emphasis on input. They care about what you have to say and are keen to see people taking initiative. Stimulating discussions and new ideas are often brought to the table. Such an encouraging environment really sparks creativity and efficiency.
I have truly enjoyed the summer working at RollAngle. The work culture is inspiring, and I learnt so much working in the marketing industry. I hope to get more opportunities like this in the future.
Sam Sek Yr 3, BEng in Information Engineering, The Chinese University of Hong Kong Marketing Technology & Communications, Summer 2015
Working on various projects of RollAngle allows me to fully develop and sharpen my existing skills. RollAngle emphasizes on team work. Colleagues are willing to share their skills. As a student majoring in Information Engineering, my programing skills have improved a lot. Apart from programing skills, some practical skills such as graphic design, marketing and interpersonal skills have been nurtured. No matter being an intern or full-time employee, everyone possess a chance to voice out our opinions. I really enjoy the working atmosphere at RollAngle. RollAngle provides me with the valuable experience of learning from expertise and the motivation to challenge myself.
Though my internship with RollAngle was a fairly short one – 3 months as a summer intern – it was definitely an experience worth sharing. As a fresh graduate with no real background or previous experience in marketing or branding, I didn’t know what exactly to expect when I joined the team. But now having gone through the internship, I can look back and say that the internship is a great chance for those wishing to learn and be guided.
At RollAngle, even as an intern you’re given a great about of responsibility, instead of just fetching coffee or answering phone calls. I was given several internal projects which were my responsibility, instead of tagging along someone else’s and acting as assistant or secretary. I was given my own client to work with, and I was invited to attend meetings with these clients and encouraged to input my own opinion and even lead the conversations rather than being expected to sit and be mute. As unexpected as this was, it was a great learning and growing experience; despite giving you this amount of responsibility and freedom, the team will still guide you and make sure you’re staying afloat.
Not only that, but at RollAngle they care about your opinion and input – they care about what you have to say. Periodically they’ll sit you down for a one-on-one meeting and ask how things are going, if you’re too overwhelmed (or too underwhelmed) with the work they’ve given you, if there’s anything you don’t understand or have any questions about. They really mentor your way through the entire internship, which as a current student or a fresh graduate is ideal.
At RollAngle they also really build a strong sense of community within the team itself. It’s not a large team, so it’s easy to get to know all your colleagues and the other interns. Though the team is largely Cantonese-speaking, they’ll make an effort to switch to English to accommodate the non-local members as well. Team lunches are common, and they’ll try to build a relationship with everyone on not just a professional level but also a more casual, friendly one.
What can I say – overall, the summer internship programme RollAngle provides is a really great learning experience for anyone who wants to get their foot into the industry, no matter their background.
Belinda Chan Yr 3, International Business & Chinese Enterprise, CUHK Marketing & Business Strategy, Summer 2014
This is the second year that I work at RollAngle as a summer intern. Something changed, something didn’t. Let’s start with what didn’t change first. RollAngle continues to give me a lot of challenging tasks and responsibilities on projects. I said challenging because we get to be involved in different sorts of working experience, from marketing to product development, internal development and even website design. The flexible and free working environment at RollAngle is highly stressed. What this means is we can always speak freely from our minds and be heard. We are all encouraged to be creative and to make our own decisions.
So, what has changed? Like I said, the team takes every member seriously and they really try to get to know each of us; therefore, this year, I have the opportunity to be assigned with projects that are not only of my interest but also compatible with my strength. The team has also grown significantly over the past year, which provides the opportunities to even learn more from each other.
No matter it is this year or last year, I have never failed to learn a lot at RollAngle. The team not only strives to give the best for the clients, of course, but also strives to provide opportunities, skills and knowledge for each member.
Karen Yip Yr 1, Integrated BBA, CUHK Marketing & Business Strategy, Summer 2013
RollAngle provides very fresh and vibrant working, and learning environment. Creativity and interactions are greatly encouraged here where I always get chances to express my views. My input and achievement is always visible and approved, which is the key to a positive motivation.
Fun and sweetness come with challenge and struggle for sure. As a university undergraduate student, what I have learnt at school has been pretty broad. I was in doubt whether I could handle real work place tasks. I found it a bit difficult coming up with a full and structural strategic marketing plan, and was not sure what the clients were looking for and what would actually work. However, people here in RollAngle were very generous, where I was taught and inspired through the process step by step.
I was also encouraged to focus on tasks that I was keener on. To me personally, I always enjoy creative writing. In RollAngle, I was allowed to handle the bilingual copywriting tasks for Facebook ads and posts with much trust and freedom given by the company. This is how I realized how crucial and nice it is, to be trusted in a working environment, as well as to know that my contribution is important.
A fun, inspiring and creative working environment like RollAngle, is what I definitely would look for after my graduation few years later.
Belinda Chan Yr 2, International Business & Chinese Enterprise, CUHK Marketing & Visual Communications, Summer 2013
I look forward to going to work every morning. This could not simply sound more cliché than ever. I know. But isn’t this the feeling that one must have when they found ‘the’ job? It is a weird and unfamiliar feeling for myself, admitting that I am an absolutely awful person with waking up issues, I suppose I just could not wait to get my work done! Definitely not a workaholic, no way; I guess this brings me down to saying that I am rather impatient, maybe just a little. Why would I say that? Well, I simply could not wait to 1. Admire the results of our team’s work when it’s done, and 2. Witness the take-off of the new start of our client’s business.
No offense! But as merely a summer intern at anywhere, I wouldn’t have expected myself to find a sense of belongingness, but I DID. Friendly relationships and strong team spirits were built in an instant under the fun and exciting environment RollAngle aims to provide, at the same time setting an open platform to allow free exploration of yourself. I have inspired, and I was inspired. There is no set boundaries to my responsibilities at work. Being highly involved in multiple projects all set in different industries, has expanded my knowing and insight beyond. My work involves executing marketing researches and competitive analysis, social media copywriting, re-branding consultation and formulating business strategies.
Any challenges? Maybe, but definitely there is the element of “challenging”, also known as RollAngle’s most active activity. We are a passionate team of creative individuals that tend to challenge each other’s creativity, rather often. If you like to be challenged, here you go, this is the job for you!
Apologizing for my cliché-ness again (which I think it’s more like pure classiness), but if I have to use a word to describe RollAngle, the word would be ‘reality’. Working here is real, it is fast, and it takes place forthwith; we envision, we execute and we witness. This is a place where fantasy meets reality.
Being one ourselves, we understand the challenges SMEs face – you want to focus on running your business, not fussing about what to post on social media, or to code your own website .... more