Category Archives: Brenna

Zàijiàn!

I can not wait to go back to UF and share with everyone how great my summer was. There are so many stories I will be sharing and I think people could notice some changes in me. Living in China … Continue reading

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A Small Company With Big Opportunities

Sigwine has existed in the growing Chinese market ever since mid 2014. However, the Chinese market is not who we mainly target. Sigwine’s biggest strength is its’ convenience. Sigwine eliminates wasting time going to the store, choosing bottles based on … Continue reading

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Two Cultures, One Internship

Since joining the Signature Wine Club team, I have gained some insight about their culture and have discovered methods to help my internship be successful. The work culture in my internship is not what one might expect in China. My … Continue reading

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Wine Not Just Give It My All

At Signature Wine, I am primarily working on marketing my company’s new app that is anticipated to finally launch this month. I have been in contact with editors and bloggers to help spread our news, as well as, produce some … Continue reading

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Cork Report: China’s Premier Subscription Wine Club

Signature Wine Club was created in 2014 by expat, Mike Signorelli (my supervisor), to solve the problem of finding premium wine for a reasonable cost in China. “Sigwine” is China’s first independent O2O subscription based wine club and is currently … Continue reading

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Sip on This

Although I am interning at a wine company this summer, my internship is does not involve drinking. (In fact, I have yet to try some wine that my company distributes.) During the past two weeks, I have quickly adjusted to … Continue reading

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The Casual Workplace

Only until I finally arrived at my workspace on the first day of my internship, did it start to hit me that I would be working in Beijing for the next two months. The door to the office was all … Continue reading

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