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06/20/2017

Emilija Bruzgyte's internship at Elegran

Lithuanian intern, Emilija Bruzgyte, has just completed her year-long internship at Elegran Real Estate in New York. As a finance intern, Emilija trained on providing analytical support to all new businesses initiatives, including but not limited to, financial modeling, capital markets and risk management. She was engaged in observing the New Business Development team to aid in the execution of new ideas to determine market viability as well as profitability for Principal Real Estate Investors. Emilija received supervision from Elegran CEO, Micheal Rossi, a graduate from the London School of Economics, who has developed his real estate career in the Caribbean, Costa Rica, and the UK.

Emilija has shared with us a reflection of her internship: "I spent a year working in a tech-driven luxury real estate firm in Midtown Manhattan. I had an opportunity to work as an assistant for one of the top agents in a firm, overseeing real estate transactions from initial contact with clients to closed deals. In addition, I had a chance to assist CFO and sales manager in financial/business analytics projects, as well as preview many new developments in the city. It was indeed a wonderful professional and cultural experience."

Emilija is looking forward to her return to Lithuania, and is aiming high to find a truly challenging and interesting position. 

Broker preview of one of the newest buildings in Manhattan
Broker preview of one of the newest buildings in Manhattan
Office work - assisting top agent at Elegran - Chris Fry
Emilija assisting Chris Fry, top agent at Elegran



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