Empathy, Learning, Rigor
Tronvig is a boutique brand strategy and advertising agency.
Drawing on 25 years of experience with an array of nonprofit, cultural, and business brands, Tronvig has developed a straightforward and effective brand strategy diagnostic and a practical marketing strategy analysis that bring clarity to strategic decisions.
Strategy in place, we are able to then plug in as a key contributor on organizational alignment, marketing initiatives, and advertising campaigns.
Practicing self-awareness & honesty to create space for vulnerability in service of all involved.
Celebrating success and failure in order to continually improve.
Relentlessly thinking through the details as much as the big picture.
—Antoine de Saint-Exupery
Come Work With Us
We are always excited to hear from qualified and interesting people. Please feel free to submit an application and we will contact you in the event of future openings.
We are always seeking smart and motivated interns to help in our Brooklyn office. As an intern your responsibilities will vary. You will be involved in qualitative research for our clients including summaries and analysis of interviews we conduct. You’ll be expected to contribute to our blog. You may also attend workshops as a note-taker and analyst. Our office is small and we all juggle different responsibilities. Our work is equal parts independent and collaborative; we are learning constantly and our culture is very open. We expect our interns to be intellectually curious, self-directed, and able to take a project and follow it through to completion.
Internships are open to current students who have completed two full years of college. We require a minimum commitment of ten weeks and the position is open year-round. We welcome all academic interests and do not require specific coursework in brand strategy or marketing. You must be a thorough researcher, a rigorous analyst, and have a demonstrated ability to write with clarity and finesse. You should be comfortable discussing complex ideas and be confident articulating an argument.