You may know Red Bull as the energy drink company, but there’s so much more to the brand than just fizzy beverages. As well as producing the world’s largest selling energy drink, it has built a reputation for itself as one of the biggest names in sport sponsorship.
The company is headquartered in Austria and employs over 8,000 people. Red Bull drinks are available for sale in over 160 countries, and the brand also produces Simply Cola, a range of herbal soft beverages, and a wine spritzer. It has annual revenue of over $4billion, a figure that has been increasing yearly for quite some time.
The Red Bull Graduate Programme offers opportunities in Marketing, Sales, Finance, Operations, IT, and HR. All schemes last 18 months and give successful candidates the opportunity to progress quickly and learn from the best in the business. To be awarded a place on the programme, graduates should be passionate, focused, responsible, and professional.
Red Bull is an international business, and many employees have the opportunity to travel with their work. If you’re interested in seeing more of the world, this could be the right option for you. Some positions will require foreign language skills, though all applicants should be fluent in English at least.
In 1987 Austrian entrepreneur Dietrich Mateschitz modified the taste of an existing Thai energy drink to create Red Bull for the western market.