Mock interview # 2-small talk portion of interview. Interviewer: Hong, I’m Mitt Romney. Please call me Mitt. I’m glad to meet you. Welcome to J&J’s New Jersey headquarters. Hong: Mitt, I’m happy to meet you as well. Your headquarters building is quite impressive.
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Interviewer: Hong, I’m Mitt Romney. Please call me Mitt. I’m glad to meet you. Welcome to J&J’s New Jersey headquarters.
Hong: Mitt, I’m happy to meet you as well. Your headquarters building is quite impressive.
Interviewer: Yes, we think so, too. I hope that the traffic wasn’t too bad on the Cross Bronx Expressway.
Hong: Well, because I have friends in New Jersey, I often travel here. So I’m used to the traffic and always leave early.
Interviewer: That’s good to hear. Are you interviewing with other pharmaceutical companies in the State?
Hong: So far, I’m not. Actually, because I’m a longtime Listerine user, I’m excited to be here to explore this marketing opportunity.
Interviewer: Oh, we’re always happy to meet a satisfied customer!
Hong: From a strategic perspective, J&J’s oral health division’s expansion into the Chinese market makes a lot of sense. As happened in the U.S. in the 1950s and 1960s, when people’s disposable incomes increase, they spend more on their oral health. So China should be an excellent new market for J&J.
Interviewer: That’s a very insightful comment. And on that note, let’s now talk about the Marketing Department position.