Potentash Is Looking For A Business Writer Intern


Are you interested in business trends, current affairs and what’s going in the world of business?

Are you a good writer who is good at carrying out interviews and networking?

If your answer is yes and you can work remotely then we are looking for you.

If your answer is yes, then you are the person we are looking for.  Potentash is a lifestyle blog based in Nairobi. We are looking for one intern to join our team on probation for 3 months (paid internship) starting in December. We are looking for somebody to join the team on a full-time basis after successful completion of the internship.

Business Writer

This person will work on business articles.

  • Should be knowledgeable about current affairs and trends
  • You should be active on social media
  • Must be able to write business articles and opinion pieces for the blog
  • Must be able to attend events and press briefings.
  • Must be good at research
  • Must be able to work with minimal supervision because you will work remotely.


A diploma or degree in business or finance, entrepreneurship, marketing or PR would be preferred (or work experience).  Candidates should be extremely organized and detail-oriented. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are a must.

Please send your application letter, CV and 3 sample articles to [email protected] One article should be an interview, the second one on finances and the final article should be an article on how SDGs are influencing business trends. All articles should be at least 500 words. Please also send a thread of 15 tweets on a business topic of your choice. (Candidates who don’t follow instructions will be disqualified). The deadline for applications is 30th November 2018.

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