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Client Names on CV

 
#1 Client Names on CV
25/11/2005 10:53

David

Hi,

I'm in the process of preparing my cv, as I am looking to move from the big-5 full-service consultancy where I spent 3 years after graduating.

My question is: what is the convention regarding putting client names on my cv. I have worked for a variety of different clients and feel that naming these firms on my cv would be worthwhile. Is this a breach of client confidentiality in any way? None of the projects have been particularly 'hush-hush'...

Any advice gratefully received.

David

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#2 Re: Client Names on CV
25/11/2005 11:10

a

I worked for a niche consultancy and put the names of the clients on my CV. I think you should do the same, you may have worked for ACC or XYZ, put what exactly did YOU do and for whom.

I cherry picked the best that had announced the work we had done, genrally only parts of teh work are under NDA's and people in the field will already know what work was done and the quailty fron the grape vin.

So in conclusion, yes do it, but check the NDA agreements - some are time limited anyway.

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