The Millennium Alliance had the pleasure of welcoming Josh Green to our family this summer, as he took on the role of a marketing and sales intern position. Josh was a huge help in the office, and we are sad to see him go!
Before Josh takes off to start a new semester of school at Vanderbilt University, we were able to get some last minute thoughts from him, reflecting on his summer.
While at Millenium I learned how to sell and market a product effectively. To be candid, before my time at Millenium, I wasn’t intrigued by the concept of sales. Having been surrounded by the employees here at 475 Park for the past three months, I now understand the underlying methodology behind having a passion for a product, such as our great events.
I have the utmost respect for Millennium’s employees because they possess a certain tenacity and determination that is incomparable to any job in any sector of business. Millennium has been so successful not just because they are connoisseurs in what they do, but mainly because they have instilled a fierce work ethic in each of its employees.
My experiences at Millenium can be conveyed as a microcosm for my future professional life. You can never be scared. Just as how you can never know whether to CEO or CTO will pick up the phone, in life, you have to be ambitious and be brave enough to reach your goals. Always stick to the plan.
Though at time closing might seem like a mere formality, you must proceed because you can never be sure what the outcome may be. And lastly, when it seems like you haven’t made a deal in forever, you must be persistent because you never know when the next opportunity will arise.
“My favorite part of Millennium was the culture. To walk in every day to such a stimulating environment with such motivated and driven individuals was a blessing.”
The employees are continually inspiring each other, and that type of galvanizing spirit is so prevalent throughout the workplace. Keeping positive vibes flowing through a sales floor is no easy duty, but at Millennium, it’s a staple. It is such a rarity to find senior directors who care so much about the company’s success that they are continually collaborating and training employees. Although my time at Millennium was short, I hope to find the culture that is comparable to Millennium’s not just in my future internships, but in any prospective employer.
Headquartered in Midtown Manhattan, The Millennium Alliance is a leading technology, business, and educational advisory firm. Focusing primarily in areas such as business transformation, executive education, growth, policy, and need analysis. Millennium is quickly becoming one of the most dynamic locations for collaboration across the world.
We provide a framework for Fortune 1000 C-Level executives, leading public sector/government officials, and thought leaders across a variety of disciplines, to meet their peers, understand industry developments, and receive introductions to new technology and service advancements to help grow their career and overall company value.
Millennium was created to provide opportunities for collaboration and offer guidance on best practices for executives from the world’s leading organizations. We are dedicated to providing meaningful opportunities for Alliance members to simplify their personal growth, increase business networks, and have the right information to build their capabilities and leadership skills at every level. This is in addition to providing market intelligence, advisory services, and industry-leading programs for all major industries. Millennium’s aim is to bring out the best capabilities for all of our clients so they can make the right decisions at the right time.
With a constant thirst for a conversation that has real value, it is our duty to provide a platform for all leaders to further develop in an ecosystem of innovation and knowledge so all parties can continue to shape the real purpose of business: to make things efficient and worthwhile.