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Boutique consultancies

 
#1 Boutique consultancies
03/05/2018 18:57

big4applicant

Hi everyone

It looks like lot of smaller consultancy firms are recruiting a lot these days. I have been approached by PA , Chaucer, Berkeley Partnership and DMW

Does anybody know how they compare and which one us best amongst them for long term career

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#2 RE: Boutique consultancies
22/05/2018 19:48

Del_Con_Cloud to big4applicant (#1)

judging by no responses, it looks like none of these are that well know

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#3 RE: Boutique consultancies
22/05/2018 19:48

Del_Con_Cloud to big4applicant (#1)

judging by no responses, it looks like none of these are that well known

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#4 RE: Boutique consultancies
24/05/2018 15:47

marsday to big4applicant (#1)

PA, Chaucer, Berkeley and DMW are all well know, and PA certainly isnt a boutique in any sense of the word.

You're getting no responses because your questions are very generic. Can you be a bit more specific?

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#5 RE: Boutique consultancies
20/01/2020 22:12

Experienced Curves to big4applicant (#1)

PA is a large firm with over 4,000 consultants. The others are much smaller boutiques. If you want to get into consulting then I'd suggest joining a large firm as if you need to change practice or industry its much easier in a large firm. It's also easier to win clients with a big name so if you are trying to build a new practice, do it at a large firm.

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