O’Sulloc tea recruits young adults to help with marketingTea brand O’Sulloc said yesterday it has started receiving applications from potential “marketers” in their 20s who are willing to share new event ideas. They will be part of a group called the O’Sulloc Teaple 20, referring to tea aficionados.
Applicants chosen by the company will join from late March to late May for around 60 days. Group members will be divided into teams and their roles will include planning offline events, creating content and holding a campaign online.
The best team selected at the end of the program will be offered a two-day trip to Jeju Island, where the company has a tea farm and tea museum.
Applications to be part of the O’Sulloc Teaple 20 will be accepted until Sunday. Twenty university students will be selected. More information can be found at cafe.naver.com/osullocmeeting.
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