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3 Rue Jules Ferry

91330 Yerres – FRANCE

lafayette.c@gmail.com

17 Septembre 2018

Parnell and Sons Ltd

York, YO1 1SA – ENGLAND

Dear sir,

APPLICATION LETTER

After seeking information from the York Chamber of Commerce to find an internship they recommanded your company both for your professional qualities and for the quality of life in your company. So I am more than interested in a position of trainee in your company for 3 months from the 1st of April to the 1st of Jully and believe that my education and employment background are appropriate for the position.

I have been interested in marketing since 2016 when I worked in a small company of renewable energy and changed the whole customers' database by adding useful information and organizing the files. It seemed to be satisfying because I had more and more responsibilities.

During my studies of Applied Foreign Languages (LEA) in France I had the opportunity to study marketing, quantitative analysis of organizations (accountancy), English business and that drive me to a professional degree in the worldwide development of SME-SMI for which one a training is compulsory and the written and oral report I will do on it will be my final exam.

I already had shown some management and marketing skills during my work experiences as Manager of a pizzeria and as event’s planner for associations.

You will find further details of my career in the attached CV which provides more information about my qualifications for the position.

I look forward to meeting you to answer any question you may have. I will contact you to confirm that you received my application.

Thank you for your consideration.

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