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ADP Pentagon Pets Ltd.

Q-PETS, a member of renowned ADP Pentagon Pets Group, is a leading pet retailing chain in Hong Kong with over 45 retail shops. Established in 1999, with over 160 employees, the Group has a diverse portfolio of market leading retail brands & services offering everything from food, treat & toy, health supplement, body care product, livestock, grooming to pet hotel. The market share of the Group surpasses by far the competition.

Intern - Digital Marketing Assistant (A leading retail brand)

Job Ref.CT3112011-01#0037

We are hiring this new headcount to join our young and cheerful team!

Welcome pet lover or passionate marketer to join us!

period: 3 to 6 months, 3-5 days per week (flexible)

Job requirement:

  • Bachelor Degree student, major in Marketing / E-commerce/ Digital Marketing/ BBA
  • Good in Ms Excel, Word etc.
  • With basic knowledge in AI or photoshop.

Job responsibilities:

  • Provide support for the Marketing Department
  • Prepare reports, data entry, assist to projects


Interested parties please provide your resume with last and expected salary with WORD format for our consideration. Please send your job application to (Ms. Rachel Leung) & (Ms. Janet Chan).

What we offer:

  • Structured team
  • Pleasant and friendly work environment

For more information about our company, please visit our website at :

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