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Customer Engagement:  An Innovative Approach for Restaurateurs

十二月 08 2016 Published by under 實習生計畫 (Internship Program)


The restaurant Industry is insanely competitive, as statistics says between 60-80% of new restaurants fail within the first year. Around 80% of those that make it past the first year have higher chances to close their doors within the next three to five years. Though these statistics are scary, Customer loyalty can play a vital role to overcome it. So the restaurateurs while focusing on new business also need to keep an eye on two important aspects as how to maintain and keep their existing customers happy as they try to attract new ones and how to keep all of their customers coming back on regular basis. The best way to do that is to build a relationship with the Customers & offer them an amazing dining experience which will make a huge difference between a one-timer Customer and those that visit on a regular basis.


The Apple CEO Steve Jobs once quoted “Get closer than ever to your customers. So close that you tell them what they need well before they realize it themselves." this is amazingly true. By concentrating not only on engaging quality customers inside the restaurant but also maintaining that engagement even after their dining experience ends will surely help restaurateurs to achieve competitive advantage over others. In order to seek loyalty & formulate effective Customer engagement strategies restaurateurs need to analyze customer behaviors and other relevant attributes, then classify them in groups and finally develop personalized promotional offers & dining experiences that are designed specifically for each individual.


The innovative way to measure customer engagement and identify highly potential customer is to incorporate an RFM (recency, frequency, monetary) Model. RFM Scoring model divides customers in to different segments based on their dining behavior enabling restaurateurs to create personalized promotional offers and messages intended to influence a customer’s behavior, thereby increasing the frequency of return visits as well as per visit spending.


Let’s understand what RFM model is & how it works?

There are three components of the RFM framework.

1.Recency: How recent was the last dining activity?

2.Frequency: How many times customer visited?

3.Monetary: amount spent


To perform RFM analysis, each customer is assigned a score for recency, frequency, and monetary value, and then a final RFM score is calculated. The customers with the highest RFM score are considered to be the ones that are most likely to respond to the offers.


Let’s assume Allan, Brandon & Charlie are three Customers.


Past 11 weeks dining history of Allan, Brandon & Charlie says that Allan visited restaurant 3 weeks back, Brandon 5 weeks back & Charlie visited 1 week back.


So let’s find out the recency score:


Customer Recent Visit Recency Score
Allan 3 Week back 2
Brandon 5 Week back 3
Charlie 1 Week back 1


Past 11 weeks dining history of Allan, Brandon & Charlie says that Allan visited restaurant 4 times, Brandon 2 times & Charlie visited 3 times.


So let’s calculate their Frequency score:


Customer Week1 Week 3 Week 5 Week 7 Week 9 Week 11 No. of Visits Frequency Score
Allan 0 1 1 0 1 1 4 1
Brandon 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 3
Charlie 1 0 0 1 1 0 3 2


Past 11 weeks dining history of Allan, Brandon & Charlie says that Allan spent $3000, Brandon spent $5000 & Charlie spent $6,500 respectively.


So let’s calculate their monetary score:


Customer Week1 Week 3 Week 5 Week 7 Week 9 Week 11 Amount spent Monetary Score
Allan 0 $1000 $500 0 $500 $1000 $3000 3
Brandon 0 0 $2000 0 0 $3000 $5000 2
Charlie $2000 0 0 $2,500 $2000 0 $6,500 1


Based on the scores of recency, frequency & monetary, the Final RFM score is as follows:


Customer Recency score Frequency Score Monetary Score RFM Score
Allan 2 1 3 2
Brandon 3 3 2 3
Charlie 1 2 1 1


RFM analysis says that Charlie is the most potential customer while Brandon is the least so instead of sending same generic blast emails & giving similar offers to all, restaurateurs can come up with customized loyalty program or promotional offers & dining Experiences based on RFM score to influence the behavior of individual Customer.

To conclude, RFM analysis is a powerful tool for restaurateurs to identify their best customers as by reading each customer’s pulse through extensive past behavior analysis and responding accordingly, restaurateurs can positively influence customers to keep coming back which in turn will result in their prosperity & profitability.



EZTABLE intern Nilesh

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A Day in the Life of an EZTABLE Intern: USC Dana

七月 20 2016 Published by under EZ心情, 實習生計畫 (Internship Program)


This summer, I’m sharing a tiny 2-bedroom apartment with four other girls from the University of Southern California. That’s only ONE bathroom for FIVE girls. We’re by ourselves, in a foreign country, and tucked away in a little back alley.


Sounds like a nightmare, right?


That’s what I thought too. However, these past few weeks in Taipei have been anything but predictable. I’ve survived the super typhoon Nepartak, drank water straight from the river at the Taroko Gorge, stood three feet away from a live panda, and experienced my first Texas Roadhouse (strange, I know).



(From left to right: Jules, Jackie, Simran, and me drinking coconuts at the Qixingtan Beach)



(From left to right: Simran, me, Iris, and Jackie exploring the caves in Hualien)


None of these events would have happened if I had not been given the opportunity to intern for EZTABLE this summer. As an undergraduate business student, I prioritize ethical companies interested in engaging and bettering their local communities as well as those abroad. EZTABLE does this by helping people create memories with their loved ones through fine dining – a mission exemplified by our slogan, “Moments, Booked."



(Holly and I going over some translations)


Now, without further ado, here’s the part of my post that you probably clicked the title for: a day in the life.


9:30 am – Rise ‘n Shine


BEEP. BEEP. BEEP. BEEP. BEEEEEP. The sound of my all too familiar alarm jolts me awake. I fumble for my phone and turn it off as quickly as possible before switching on the lights to my small, cozy apartment. From Monday through Friday, the first hour I’m awake is the most relaxing time of day. I have the apartment all to myself!


The EZTABLE headquarters are centrally located, only a ten-minute walk away from the apartment, whereas my roommates’ offices are much further away. By the time I wake up, everybody else has already left for work, allowing me to blast my music, sing in the shower, and get ready without having to share the mirror.


10:00 am – Okay, sometimes it’s 10: 15 … or 10: 30 … you get the picture.


I stroll into the office elevator and up to the fourteenth floor. The office boasts a 360-degree view of Taipei, thanks to the floor-to-ceiling glass windows surrounding the entire floor. From my desk (there are no cubicles, everyone works together at long, white tables), I enjoy a clear view of Taipei 101.


After catching up with Holly, the other USC intern, I get to work. The responsibilities given to the interns are project based. We make videos, translate the app (yes, including the terms & conditions), write up proposals, and create social media campaigns. Sometimes we focus on one project, but other times we juggle multiple projects at once.


I highly appreciate the hands-on nature of the company culture. It provides me with a more comprehensive experience as well as a way to practice my skills from a professional perspective. As an intern, I’ve sat in on multiple marketing meetings and have even gotten direct feedback from the CEO on a membership plan proposal.


1:30 pm – What’s for Lunch?


Around 1 or 2pm, Holly and I start to get hungry and begin our daily quest for food. Since EZTABLE is a company whose livelihood revolves around food, it comes as no surprise that the employees are granted an unlimited amount of time for their lunch break .


We usually eat with our sassy friend and croissant connoisseur, Benson, an intern who recently arrived from Paris. Benson is fluent in both English and Traditional Mandarin, making him the perfect translator for complicated looking menu items.


It’s amazing how diverse the EZTABLE employees are. We have team members representing countries like Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Japan, and the Philippines. I love that I get to interact with people from so many different walks of life on a daily basis.


3:00 pm – Back to Work


5:00 pm – Snack Break


Like a five-year-old, my favorite time of day is when Holly turns to me to ask, “Snacks?" With bean bag chairs, a coffee station, and music in the background, EZCAFE’s relaxing atmosphere makes it the perfect place to take a mental break.




My go-to is usually the edamame ice cream (tastes way better than it sounds), while Holly prefers the peanut cookies. On the 4th of July, Holly and I took over the café playlist and sang all-American country tunes the entire day .


7:00 pm – See you tomorrow!


I love that when I get home, my friends are already there to greet me. For dinner, we like to explore different night markets, hot pot buffets, or local Taiwanese vendors. Every night is different, whether we end up singing Karaoke, watching a movie, or hiking to places like Elephant Mountain.



(Hiking Elephant Mountain with my co-workers. Also, props to Tina for making it all the way up in a dress!)


It’s crazy to think about all the things that have happened this past month and all the amazing people I have met. With four weekends left in this city, I still have many items to cross off of my bucket list. I can not wait to see what else EZTABLE and the city of Taipei has to offer.


PS: Check out this video to see all that I’ve been up to when I’m not at work! Click here


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EZTABLE Intern Life : USC Holly

♥ Intern life by the numbers:

5 days / week

4 interns

3 supervisors

2 months

1 too many trips to the EZTABLE Café




This summer, I have been given the wonderful opportunity to intern at EZTABLE Taiwan for two months. I arrived in Taipei at the end of May, geared up for quite the summer adventure, and now, a little over halfway through my internship, I find myself amazed at how quickly the time has flown by.


This is my first real office job (I have worked on campus, at restaurants, and with student groups in the past), and EZTABLE has been a great company for my workplace introduction. It is a startup, which means things are done a little differently than in traditional businesses, and Alex Chen, EZTABLE co-founder and CEO, has really strived to create a hip startup atmosphere-reflected even in our physical office space. The EZTABLE headquarters takes up one floor of our office building, and is comprised of open desk space, a mix of stand-up and sit-down meeting rooms (whose clear walls can be written on in erasable marker), and-my personal favorite-the EZTABLE Café, which features an array of snacks made by our investor , I-Mei Foods. There are no individual offices or cubicles, and Alex’s desk is in the same room as our HR department and his assistant. Work hours are flexible, but usually fall from around 10 am-7pm, and the dress code is very casual. On Friday afternoons, we have an ‘all-hands’ meeting in the Café, a short happy hour, and a yoga class.




Alex decided to take us interns under his wing when we first arrived this summer. He assigned us special projects, and was actually curious to hear our ideas (the CEO-imagine that!). It was really exciting to have so much say as an intern, and to feel as though I was making tangible contributions to the company. These past couple of weeks have slowed down a bit for us interns, so translation has been the bulk of our workload, but translation has its own perks for me.


I study East Asian Languages and Cultures at the University of Southern California, and my focus is on Mandarin Chinese, so working at EZTABLE has been great language practice. I speak with most of my supervisors in Chinese, and for the first half of the summer I attended daily marketing meetings conducted solely in Chinese. Additionally, I have gotten to do a lot of Chinese to English translation work, which has helped me improve my reading comprehension and learn to read traditional Chinese characters, since I study simplified at school.


Work aside, though, one of my favorite things about EZTABLE is the people that I work with. I have particularly enjoyed getting to know my fellow interns, one of whom is a USC student like myself. Though the two of us work most closely on our projects, there are two other interns, both graduates, who work on separate projects but come over to chat once in a while, and often join us for lunch. One of them is from Taiwan but has just come back from working in France, . and the other is from the Philippines and has spent time working in Japan The diversity of EZTABLE’s workforce has struck me since the beginning; I created a Father’s Day video for my dad during one of my first few weeks and ended up getting several clips of fellow EZTABLErs wishing him “Happy Father’s Day" in their native tongues. It’s been fascinating to connect with people from all over the globe in a country that’s not my own-here, we’re all foreigners!


I have found that EZTABLE employees are also incredibly dedicated workers. Though the office culture may seem quite casual, my coworkers are anything but casual about the work that they do. They are always busy tackling the next big project, and will stay at the office as long as is necessary in order to stay ahead. Dana (the other USC intern) and I report to the marketing department, and particularly to Judy, Peter, and Michelle. They have all been so welcoming to us, and have set a wonderful example of creativity, efficiency, and kindness.




Over the next few weeks, my goal is to take as many mental (and physical!) Pictures, videos and notes as possible. I know I’m going to leave here having accrued an immeasurable amount of memories and lessons, and I do not want to forget any of them!



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Hi~~I’m intern, Wellington.


我和另外一位intern, Dada,受CTO Atwood大大指示,

要推廣並加強EZTABLE的Engineering Culture,並招募更多的Developer進入EZTABLE。










Culture is simply a shared way of doing something with passion.













(內部部分,主要是由我的partner Dada負責,我針對外部。)



(workshop內容會定期PO在EZTABLE IDEAS上,歡迎各位觀看)









開啟我們Career Page,讓知名度更擴展國際。
(BTW 我們是在stackoverflow第三個PO職缺的台灣公司。)


我們在stackoverflow上,開了兩個職缺(Senior Android Software Engineer & Senior iOS Software Engineer)



EZTABLE的Career Page發佈後,在兩周內達到400以上的瀏覽量,幾乎是他從來沒有聽過的狀況!




目前在短短的兩個禮拜內,有32個的外籍工程師申請! (截至08/01早上)
















to be continued..




歡迎一起加入我們 EZTABLE!! 

EZTABLE at Linkedin-Senior Mobile Software Engineer


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Internship Experience in EZTABLE



Interning at EZTABLE this summer has been a fun, exciting and enlightening experience. I was led to EZTABLE through AppWorks, and they seemed more interested in my old and rusty programming background. Prior to this experience, I was desperately searching for my future career path, and programming was not on the list of candidates. However, my experience working at EZTABLE as an Android developer has deepened my insight in regards to the world of jobs and what one’s background should look like. It especially boosted my self-confidence, both in regards to my own competence as a programmer but also in my ability to decide on a future career path. Finally, the experience as a whole was a very fun and gratifying one which I shall certainly remember in the distant future.


I am a self-taught programmer, and this comes with its pros and cons. I started to learn web development around the age of thirteen. Prior to that I spent quite a lot of time online opening various kinds of discussions boards using pre-made platforms such as phpBB. However, I wanted to start my own websites and design them to do exactly what I wanted. I thus started with the basics, first learning front-end programming and subsequently back-end. As a beginner, everyone suggested I start with PHP and MySQL since they are very widespread.


When I started writing PHP, my life radically changed. I felt empowered. All of my brothers and my mother have always been very good at building things, painting, drawing, etc… Being very bad at art (I can draw stick figures!), painting, drawing, or any other things in which I must use my hands, programming was the only tool with which I could build things. I became increasingly addicted to coding, spending hours in my room writing and reading guides, tutorials and discussions online mostly about PHP, AJAX, Web 2.0 etc… At first, in order to properly learn, I restrained myself from using frameworks (such as Prototype or jQuery for Javascript) and tried to build stuff from scratch each time. As time passed by, I would have a favorite IDE, setup my own web server under Ubuntu, and contributed to various projects on the Internet.


Many people have asked me why I did not pursue computer science in college. It all comes down to one problem: mathematics. Programming only doubled my already existing hatred for the subject. While certainly helpful, one does not necessarily need to be a math god to be able to write code. With proper reading and practice, programming is an open world available to all those who fully dedicate themselves to it. The math requirements for CS majors repelled me, and I decided to keep it a “hobby” or simply work as a freelancer, which I did for a startup upon moving to Los Angeles. When that startup was aborted by its founder, I found myself in a rather difficult financial situation, and decided to work part-time at various jobs while focusing on my studies. My studies would keep me busy for a good four years, during which I did not write much code (learning Chinese has been a time-consuming challenge as well!). That was until I arrived at EZTABLE.



While searching for an internship, I realized that even though four years of college surely has taught me a lot, it did not help me make much progress in regards to my future career. After all, what kind of jobs does Asian studies lead one to? Translation? No thanks, I’ll pass. I certainly did not waste time, college was a time of personal growth and where I obtained an excellent education, both in general subjects and in Asian Studies; I was also able to explore various kinds of jobs while working part-time. Arriving on my first day at EZTABLE for an interview, Atwood’s offer for me to join the Android team was a surprise to me. I did not think any employer would look past the two words “Asian Studies.” Indeed, I thought my future prospects as a programmer were doomed the day I stopped writing code and started learning Chinese instead. I decided to toughen up and give it a try. After all, this might be my last and only chance to get back on the boat.


I will always remember that interview, especially when I was told “you have four weeks to learn Java.” It was a challenge I had long not been given, either by myself or by someone else. At the time I was still taking classes at National Taiwan University, which limited my time. I would learn the usual way: read brief tutorials, brief language references, do local tests, read “Dos and Don’ts” articles etc… The best way to learn after all, just like [human] languages, is to simply start coding! Having prior experience with programming certainly helped me learn Java faster, however the multi-thread and event-based nature of the language was a challenge during my first few weeks writing the Android application. As a matter of fact, writing Java for the first time in the Android environment was both a challenge but also a big help in itself. While online documentation (e.g., Stack Overflow, android doc, oracle doc) is certainly plentiful, it still took a short while to accustom myself to the different environments. Furthermore, the EZTABLE Android SDK was also an extra challenge and help.


The EZTABLE Android SDK was a clear example of the importance of team work. To Annie and I, the SDK was very helpful in that it laid important grounds to start developing the Hong Kong tourist app and provided many useful functions. However, it also felt like a jungle at times and we only discovered the existence of some functions after having coded them ourselves. Make no mistake here: I wish not to criticize the SDK or its developers, but simply wish to point at the importance of properly familiarizing oneself with the team’s code upon arrival. Indeed, when working within a team, in addition to being fast and efficient, code should be well-formatted and properly documented, with clear comments wherever needed; this is a practice I’ve tried to keep for ages, but it was nonetheless a good reminder. In addition to the aforementioned points, GIT is a crux of team work. While it surely has a learning curve, its importance is not to be debated and thus should be mastered within the smallest time frame as possible. Working with Annie, and later with Leo, proper GIT procedures had to be clearly established and regularly followed (I.E., frequent commits & clean branching). Working at EZTABLE certainly was a great lesson of team work.



Writing our application was not limited to our own ability and time, but also depended on the input of other teams within the company. I could not express how pleasant and fun it was to work with Nisha, our project manager. Nisha is a master of team organizing and keeping everyone updated and on track on the latest directives, decisions and issues. Indeed, we often had to wait for data input, but had to keep coding in the meanwhile. This taught me to be flexible in my working style and be ready to face the reality that radical changes may occur at any given moment. Annie and I arrived precisely when the API for articles was in the process of being changed, causing us to have to re-write a portion of the code. Some of the data given to us depended fully on us to be implemented, and we thus had to think of solutions that would best fit within the existing data structure. While it seemed a little stressful for us at first, I cannot fathom what Nisha must endure on a daily basis. Despite this, she always remains calm and friendly to everyone, keeping all of the teams functional and happy at all times. Thanks Nisha!! (Side note: this experience has even caused me consider Project Management as a very desirable option in the future.)


Finally, I came to realize that a career depends not necessarily on one’s educational background, but solely on one’s determination. Many people at EZTABLE who excel at their positions and duties did not necessarily study the matter in college but perform excellently. All it takes is passion and enthusiasm for what one loves to do in life; this is a respectable lifestyle. This might seem a little cheesy but to me remains a hard fact. My own experience writing the Hong Kong tourist app has lead to me fully reconsider my future career plans and while I am still open to new experiences, programming has definitely made it to the top of the ladder. Most importantly, I leave this great company with stronger self-confidence, knowing in the future that with determination, one can overcome any challenge.



I have very high regards for the employees at EZTABLE and the atmosphere that everyone strives to bring together. I could not be more grateful to have interned in such a great company this summer. I would like to personally thank all of the people I got to meet during the past three months and for what they have taught me personally and professionally. I would furthermore like to thank Alex, Atwood, Blaise, Mike, and Nisha for the opportunities, experiences and help they have given me. I could not express how lucky I have been to work with Annie this summer; Annie’s liveliness, honesty, great teamwork skills, and willingness to help are all things I hope people she meets in the future will notice and appreciate. I have made many friends within all teams (and not “departments”..!) this summer and I  could not be more grateful about how life-enhancing their presence has been. Once again, Thank you EZTABLE!


Christopher Burroughs, intern of EZTABLE



歡迎將你/妳的履歷寄到 CTO Atwoos,

EZTABLE at Linkedin-Senior Mobile Software Engineer



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那天在公司同事的FB上看到這樣一段話 : 



數字很冰冷,業績很殘酷,追求持續的成長更是壓力。但我們仍然相信"有競爭力"和"幸福企業"不是非A即B,而是可以努力並存的。追求營收,獲利與進步本來就是企業的使命,不過我們更相信這並非事業的全部。橘色是EZTABLE的代表色,代表著熱情、幸福、創造力。這是EZTABLE追求的企業文化,屬於我們的溫暖 :)。


如果你也認同這樣的理念,歡迎一起加入我們 EZTABL職缺


Peter Hsieh ,co-founder of EZTABLE


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一月 22 2014 Published by under 實習生計畫 (Internship Program)




自從2011年Summer Internship Program 受到廣大迴響後,
EZTABLE 招募實習生的腳步,以及堅持實習生是公司未來的理念從未停歇!



EZTABLE internship 沒有設限

心思謹慎細心希望挑戰O2O operation,對餐飲有滿滿的熱情,對進軍國際有強烈的企圖心…!


EZTABLErs 各個張開雙臂,歡迎有想法、有理念的實習生加入他們的團隊,
毫無保留的分享他們的經驗與專業,共同擁有 EZTABLE的資訊與資源!




如果你還不夠認識這個立志改變世界的 O2O Company & Incredible Team


Jolin Hsu

不要錯過EZTABLErs每日發表的精采文章 →   馬上訂閱


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EZTABLE每年四季的實習生計畫,報名都十分踴躍!!(聽說現在要面試好幾輪才有機會選上 XD)今年秋季更是來了一位法國實習生-雷諾(Renaud),相對而言我們比較少接觸到歐洲的朋友,對於歐洲事物與文化也多是一知半解,中午大家常一起吃飯閒聊,十分好奇東西文化上的差異。

在兩周的相處下來有很多有趣的事情,不管在語言,文化,飲食上我們有很多不同(雷諾抱怨著台灣麥當勞的漢堡怎麼這麼小,他都要點兩個才吃的飽 >///<),其中有一點讓我印象很深刻。在法國的教育裡,"哲學(Philosophy)"是必修課程,不管你研讀什麼專業科目,哲學課是很重要的一個學分,他們認為藉由去探討這些艱深的問題,訓練和啟發對於萬物的思考。並不是要你去找出答案,而是透過這樣的摸索,去豐富你的內涵和想像力。


當然雷諾也說現在的法國一樣存在著很多問題,總統也是一天到晚被罵(他可能沒看到我們的英九哥 ><“),年輕人的失業率也很高,而他想來亞洲多了解文化和軟體產業,未來回法國可以做為雙方的橋梁。很開心EZTABLE能提供這樣的環境,每次的實習生計畫我們也都從他們身上學到很多,有機會我也想到法國多看看。



By Peter Hsieh , EZTABLE Co-Founder & Director ,Product & Marketing


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九月 02 2013 Published by under 實習生計畫 (Internship Program)


漫長的暑假即將進入尾聲,EZTABLE 的 Summer Interns 也將結束實習,準備回到學校繼續學生生涯。但經過整個暑假節奏緊湊、驚險刺激、高潮迭起的EZTABLE 生活,大家應該也很想知道interns是不是平安倖存,還是已經變身鋼鐵人?或著累積了那些又酷又好玩的工作經驗?接下來就讓我們聽聽EZTABLE 三位夏季實習生的真實告白吧!!





Q:為什麼選擇EZTABLE 實習?


Q:在EZTABLE 負責的工作與學到什麼?

A:主要負責客服工作。客服工作有很多部分,一開始先學習Call Center打電話給餐廳,然後學習出餐券,接著還負責接電話直接服務消費者,充分接觸到客戶服務的不同面向。


A:進到EZTABLE最大的收穫不是學到某項厲害的工具,而是可以看到不同於學生的工作態度,培養很多工作上應該具備的能力與心態,也更知道回學校後,自己可以加強的部分!不同於其它進到傳統公司實習的同學只做很例行性的工作,在EZTABLE可以依照自己的興趣和發展方向嘗試想要的工作,推薦不甘於傳統公司和例行性工作的人可以來EZTABLE 挑戰!





Q:為什麼選擇EZTABLE 實習?


Q:在EZTABLE 負責的工作與學到什麼?

A:剛進來時沒有特定要做什麼,公司也沒有規定一定要做什麼,看自己對哪方面有興趣,就可以提出要求去試試看。一開始先學習分析app數據,了解每個流程的點擊率,接著分析這些數據否隱藏特殊的含義。當時從做出來的分析中發現有段時間facebook的數據在掉,就提出建議方案,於是公司就把Share Shopping的粉絲頁交給我管理,接下來還開始負責EDM製作,讓我實際學習從各種面向經營社群媒體!!







Q:為什麼選擇EZTABLE 實習?


Q:在EZTABLE 負責的工作與學到什麼?






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每位Intern進入EZTABLE的第一天起,我們就沒有設下任何限制與框架, 因為這段旅程最重要的目的是幫助他們找到自己的熱情,而做自己,並沒有標準答案

我們持續尋找並勇於做夢的人,EZTABLE 秋季實習生 期待敢於不平凡的你!

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八月 27 2013 Published by under 實習生計畫 (Internship Program)

  • 根據調查台灣每 2.5 小時就有一個人自殺,其中有70%有憂鬱症症狀
  • 衛生署和台北市衛生局的統計都顯示,星期一的自殺率比其他日子來得高
  • 日本厚生勞動省的統計也發現,星期一除了自殺率最高外,腦中風、心肌梗塞突發率的高峰也都集中在星期一早上
  • 更有統計顯示上班族在星期一最常請病假

因此英國人將星期一稱為Blue Monday;日本又稱作「蠑螺小姐症候群」;而我們口語最常說的則是-星期一症候群。





<星巴克告訴你:Mondays Can Be Great>

很多人早晨需要一杯醒腦咖啡,除了香氣迷人,也能開啟一天的美好,因此不只麥當勞.Dunkin’ Donuts.英國星巴克推出了星期一咖啡日,幫你清掃而空一早醒來的憂鬱

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Source :天下雜誌.Cheers.維基百科.康健雜誌


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