The Instant Ink and new business models organization is an exciting start-up business within HP that is chartered with pioneering new business models and revenue streams for HP Print. The organization is reinvigorating the home and micro-biz print category by driving broad adaptation of ink services such as Instant Ink, Sure Supply and other ink auto-replenishment models. As the consumer services business expands beyond its current scope, new offerings and go-to-market motions will need to be identified and developed. This is high visibility initiative challenging our traditional revenue streams and routes to market that has been reviewed at the highest levels in the company.In this MBA product management intern position, you will support the print consumer services team on strategic projects in a topic area that is meaningful to HP’s forward service interests and also aligned with your interests. Projects may include scouting and evaluating ways to accelerate the migration from transactional to services in the print business, investigating extensions of the current service offering value proposition to new customer segments and geographies, or performing exploratory analysis of new service business markets or business models.In this role, you will utilize customer and market insights as well as strong analytical abilities, critical thinking, and strategic perspective to drive the customer experience and resulting system requirements for future offerings of HP’s growing consumer services portfolio.EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREDBA or BS degreeCurrent MBA student with one year completed by summer ’21Two or more years’ experience prior to MBAKnowledge of and/or interest in technology-related services, consumer marketing, and product managementHP Inc. is EEO F/M/Protected Veteran/ Individual with Disabilities.