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Consultancies in Newcastle

 
#1 Consultancies in Newcastle
10/09/2007 06:43

beaver

I've 3 years experience in IT consulting and relocating to Newcastle to be closer to family. My current employer is niche and doesn't have offices oop north. Anyone know which consultancies operate up there? Otherwise, are there any good IT companies with offices there?

I've has a look at accenture but it looks like the positions advertised are entry level.

Any help greatly appreciated!

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#2 RE: Consultancies in Newcastle
10/09/2007 08:51

Power of Greyskull to beaver (#1)

Try 'Business and Decision' - they have offices in Sunderland

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#3 RE: Consultancies in Newcastle
10/09/2007 09:11

Power of Greyskull to Power of Greyskull (#2)

Sage are big in Newcastle as well

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#4 RE: Consultancies in Newcastle
11/09/2007 14:17

M to beaver (#1)

Deloitte have an office and a consultancy team in Newcastle, who work on projects across the UK.

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#5 RE: Consultancies in Newcastle
11/09/2007 21:45

beaver to M (#4)

OK, thanks for the help. I know theres a PWC and KPMG too but I doubt they'd recruit IT consultants from newcastle.

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#6 RE: Consultancies in Newcastle
12/09/2007 08:29

Anon to beaver (#5)

I currently work at Mck and I know they were looking to develop a presence in Newcastle, Bain already has an office. Most of the work seems to be around the strategic issues facing the North of England: namely pacifying the drunken moronic behaviour of Northerns

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#7 RE: Consultancies in Newcastle
13/09/2007 12:54

Anon to Anon (#6)

Good thread

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#8 RE: Consultancies in Newcastle
13/09/2007 22:33

beaver to Anon (#6)

southern pansy.

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#9 RE: Consultancies in Newcastle
14/09/2007 09:08

tracer to beaver (#8)

You could also try Hedra and BT both of whom ar rec ruiting. Basically if you are prepared to travel where you are based makes less difference but it will make networking with your colleagues a little more difficult.

By the way 'anon' - it's Notherners or has literacy not managed to make it south of Watford yet. Suggest you rely less on your own ability and more on spell check next time!!!

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#10 RE: Consultancies in Newcastle
14/09/2007 15:02

Anon - same one as previous to tracer (#9)

I hear McK are opening an office in Newcastle and Bain are also considering their long-term geographic strategy. I think this has been spurred by the glut of work up North. Most of the work seems to becentred on the key principle strategic and operational challenges the North faces, namely:

Establishing a strategic framework and coherent implementation plan for the pacification of the moronic, drunken, foul-mouthed, Sunsports page reading Leeds United and Newcastle United supporters who continue to blight this wonderful country.

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#11 RE: Consultancies in Newcastle
14/09/2007 15:26

mac to Anon - same one as previous (#10)

Anon,

It wasn't funny the first time.

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