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Probably you are quite familiar with one or more of our well known brands such as Smirnoff or Johnnie Walker. But do you also know Diageo, the multinational company behind these worldwide trademarks? We are the world's leading premium drinks business with an outstanding collection of international brands across spirits, wine and beer.
With our global vision and local marketing...


Probably you are quite familiar with one or more of our well known brands such as Smirnoff or Johnnie Walker. But do you also know Diageo, the multinational company behind these worldwide trademarks? We are the world's leading premium drinks business with an outstanding collection of international brands across spirits, wine and beer.

With our global vision and local marketing focus, we bring to consumers an outstanding collection of beverage alcohol brands across spirits, wine and beer categories; some of which include: Smirnoff, Johnnie Walker, Guinness, Baileys, J&B, Captain Morgan, Cuervo, Tanqueray and Beaulieu Vineyard and Sterling Vineyard wines. We are a global company trading in over 180 countries around the world, listed both on the London Stock Exchange (DGE) and the New York Stock Exchange (DEO) The word Diageo comes from the Latin for day (dia) and the Greek for world (geo). We take this to mean every day, everywhere, people are enjoying our brands. We are actively looking to promote Diageo as a great place to work and display the possibilities we are offering to talented students. Therefore we look for a number of interns for different marketing channels to gain relevant working experience. Below you will find an overview of all current job/internship vacancies we have in marketing. Be aware that we have internships available year round! If you are interested in joining one of our award winning marketing teams we look forward to your application. For video impressions of a typical Diageo marketing campaign and our Amsterdam office press here.

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Amsterdam, NL
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Diageo

Probably you are quite familiar with one or more of our well known brands such as Smirnoff or Johnnie Walker. But do you also know Diageo, the multinational company behind these worldwide trademarks? We are the world's leading premium drinks business with an outstanding collection of international brands across spirits, wine and beer.
With our global vision and local marketing...


Probably you are quite familiar with one or more of our well known brands such as Smirnoff or Johnnie Walker. But do you also know Diageo, the multinational company behind these worldwide trademarks? We are the world's leading premium drinks business with an outstanding collection of international brands across spirits, wine and beer.

With our global vision and local marketing focus, we bring to consumers an outstanding collection of beverage alcohol brands across spirits, wine and beer categories; some of which include: Smirnoff, Johnnie Walker, Guinness, Baileys, J&B, Captain Morgan, Cuervo, Tanqueray and Beaulieu Vineyard and Sterling Vineyard wines. We are a global company trading in over 180 countries around the world, listed both on the London Stock Exchange (DGE) and the New York Stock Exchange (DEO) The word Diageo comes from the Latin for day (dia) and the Greek for world (geo). We take this to mean every day, everywhere, people are enjoying our brands. We are actively looking to promote Diageo as a great place to work and display the possibilities we are offering to talented students. Therefore we look for a number of interns for different marketing channels to gain relevant working experience. Below you will find an overview of all current job/internship vacancies we have in marketing. Be aware that we have internships available year round! If you are interested in joining one of our award winning marketing teams we look forward to your application. For video impressions of a typical Diageo marketing campaign and our Amsterdam office press here.

FMCG
Amsterdam, NL
33.000 medewerkers
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With great success comes great responsibility. We believe that financial success is only achievable in the long term if the way we achieve that success - the way we do business - is sustainable. This includes how we treat our people; the culture we promote internally; how we live our values in all our business relationships; how we use the...


With great success comes great responsibility. We believe that financial success is only achievable in the long term if the way we achieve that success - the way we do business - is sustainable. This includes how we treat our people; the culture we promote internally; how we live our values in all our business relationships; how we use the natural resources that we rely on; and the effects we have on the communities in which we operate. To ensure the sustainability and responsibility of our business, we continuously assess the impact that our products have on society, the environment and our economy.

Sustainability Economies
Our primary aim is to create value for investors by continuously providing consumers with high quality products. This creates a series of benefits for economies - the success of our business creates a powerful engine for economic growth. Meanwhile, the Diageo Foundation has been set up to create positive long-term change, primarily in developing countries in Africa, Latin America, Asia and Eastern Europe. The Foundation provides funding, resources and expertise to assist with local projects. Society No one benefits when consumers misuse our products. That's why promoting responsible drinking is the right thing to do. We see it as key to the sustainability of our business. We also believe in investing in the communities in which we operate, supporting long-term, sustainable initiatives that bring positive change. In addition we have a commitment to empowering our own people by increasing their knowledge and capabilities. This in turn allows us to bring new opportunities and additional wealth to the communities in which we operate. Environment We want to produce each of the 3.5 billion litres of drinks we make every year sustainably. To do this we need to look at all stages of our value chain - sourcing raw materials carefully; using less energy and water; working with our packaging suppliers to use packaging with the smallest environmental footprint; managing and recycling the waste we produce; and delivering our products in the most efficient way possible. Once our product reaches our customers and consumers we are encouraging them to use it and dispose of the packaging responsibly.


With great success comes great responsibility. We believe that financial success is only achievable in the long term if the way we achieve that success - the way we do business - is sustainable. This includes how we treat our people; the culture we promote internally; how we live our values in all our business relationships; how we use the natural resources that we rely on; and the effects we have on the communities in which we operate. To ensure the sustainability and responsibility of our business, we continuously assess the impact that our products have on society, the environment and our economy.

Sustainability Economies
Our primary aim is to create value for investors by continuously providing consumers with high quality products. This creates a series of benefits for economies - the success of our business creates a powerful engine for economic growth. Meanwhile, the Diageo Foundation has been set up to create positive long-term change, primarily in developing countries in Africa, Latin America, Asia and Eastern Europe. The Foundation provides funding, resources and expertise to assist with local projects. Society No one benefits when consumers misuse our products. That's why promoting responsible drinking is the right thing to do. We see it as key to the sustainability of our business. We also believe in investing in the communities in which we operate, supporting long-term, sustainable initiatives that bring positive change. In addition we have a commitment to empowering our own people by increasing their knowledge and capabilities. This in turn allows us to bring new opportunities and additional wealth to the communities in which we operate. Environment We want to produce each of the 3.5 billion litres of drinks we make every year sustainably. To do this we need to look at all stages of our value chain - sourcing raw materials carefully; using less energy and water; working with our packaging suppliers to use packaging with the smallest environmental footprint; managing and recycling the waste we produce; and delivering our products in the most efficient way possible. Once our product reaches our customers and consumers we are encouraging them to use it and dispose of the packaging responsibly.


We'll help you discover your potential At Diageo we want to see our people learn and grow. It's a key element of the way in which we keep our global team excited, stimulated and engaged. We're always looking at new ways to release the potential of our people. These are just some of them: Partners for Growth Partners for Growth (P4G) is about encouraging great performance through regular conversations. Essentially, it's a two-way performance dialogue - one that requires leaders in Diageo to know their people, to keep them focused on strategic priorities and to value them as individuals. Through a combination of performance commitments, career conversations and an individual growth plan, you will develop both personally and professionally, with corresponding benefits for the business. Diageo Academy The Diageo Academy is the home for our global learning and development resources, giving you access to the very best Diageo has to offer. From classroom training events and e-learning courses to self-development materials and virtual classes, the Academy offers both functional and leadership development to enable you to pursue a truly modern career. With a range of programmes, ranging from People Manager Development and Breakthrough Performance Coaching to the Change and Project Management Framework and courses on Influencing, Facilitating and Presentations, there's something for you at every stage of your career. If you are a People Manager, you can even access your own 'My Team' area, which gives you the opportunity to view your team's training and development and book them places on training events online.


Diageo is still a relatively young company - we have only existed in our current form since 1997- but our brands and our business have a rich heritage. For example our earliest ancestor company formed in 1749, is Justerini & Brooks - wine merchants, and blenders of the famous J&B whisky range. 10 years after that, in 1759 Arthur Guinness signed the lease on the now world famous St James's Gate brewery in Dublin, going on to create a globally iconic brand. Many of our distilleries were also fired-up in the late eighteenth century. Through the nineteenth and twentieth centuries our range of brands and our business continued to innovate and expand under various parent companies, and in 1997 Diageo was created through the merger of Grand Metropolitan Public Limited Company and Guinness PLC, creating a food and drinks conglomerate which included the world's greatest collection of premium drinks. Between 2000 and 2002 we made the strategic decision to exit our food interests - with Burger King and Pillsbury being the two main divestments - and to focus exclusively on premium beverage alcohol. It was during this period, in 2001, that we acquired additional spirits and wine brands from Seagram, and we have subsequently expanded our range through both selective long term value acquisitions, strategic partnerships and innovation. While we look always to the next step in the Diageo journey, we are grateful for the strength which the long and rich heritage of our brands brings to our company.


Our brands make us who we are and Diageo is proud to produce some of the world's leading brands across total beverage alcohol - spirits, beer and wine. Be it origin, blend or perfect serve each of our brands is famous in its own way. Many have been a favourite choice for centuries, while some are younger additions to our collection. Every day, everywhere customers and consumers can rely on Diageo to help them celebrate life, and our people are passionate about their legacy - today and tomorrow. Please explore more about our brands in this section, and in the Brand Finder where you can find a comprehensive (but not exhaustive) list of our brands. Spirits The Diageo brand range includes 17 of the top 100 premium distilled spirits brands worldwide (2010), and eight of the top 20 premium spirits brands. The heritage and strong characteristics across our collection of spirits earn us our place as the world's leading premium drinks business. We take our role as custodians of these brands very seriously and with our world-class consumer insights, commitment to outstanding marketing and continued investment in our product we will continue to nurture some of the world's best loved brands. Beers Our beer brands accounted for approximately 22 per cent of net sales in our last financial year. Our collection includes the only global stout brand - our much adored Guinness, which recently celebrated the 250th anniversary of signing of lease on St James's Gate Brewery, Dublin. We produce several other iconic beers including the famous Jamaican lager Red Stripe, Kenya's national beer brand Tusker, and Ireland's Kilkenny red ales. Other African beer brands include Bell, Serengeti, Senator Keg, and Harp lager. Over recent years we have launched some fantastic innovations across the sector such as Foundry cider in South Africa. Our innovations also include pioneering technologies to deliver the perfect brand experience for our customers and consumers.... such as the first 'widget' beer, Guinness Draught in cans which won the Queen's award for Technology Achievement. Wines Diageo's wine brands represent approximately six per cent of our net sales. We produce a range of both new world and old world wines including Sterling Vineyards, Rosenblum Cellars and Beaulieu Vineyard. In addition to our own wines, Diageo's wine merchants - such as Britain's Justerini & Brooks - continue centuries of tradition by offering exclusive wine imports to restaurants, hotels and private clients

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