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Is it possible to relocate to UK to consult?

 
#1 Is it possible to relocate to UK to consult?
03/04/2002 00:00

Dan S.

Hello!

I have over three years of experience as a Fortune 500 management consultant with a mid-size firm in the US (New York City), and am trying to locate a consulting job in the UK. My experience includes leadership and organizational develoment, change management, strategic communications, and project management.

*) Is it possible to find a consulting position and relocate to the UK without working for/being sponsored by a US based Firm?

*) Where can I find out more information?

Thanks,

-Dan

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#2 In better times yes...
03/04/2002 00:00

Tony Restell

Dan - used to work for one of the top strategy firms and they had quite a number of US consultants in the London office. However, this was during the boom times when the war for talent was at its most heated. In the current market climate (only modest recruiting taking place, and a large number of candidates in the market) I suspect you will find it hard to "cold call" UK firms and secure one of the coveted positions. My advice would be to try and work for a global consulting firm in the US - internal transfers to another office (such as UK) are MUCH easier from within a firm than from outside. Best of luck in any case. If you want to do more research about the European industry, you could try "Consulting as a Career" in our eBooks section. Regards, Tony

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#3 Re: Is it possible to relocate to UK to consult?
05/04/2002 00:00

PM

I moved from NYC to London in June last year, from a financial services boutique in NYC to the FI practice of a London consulting group (a subsidiary of a US company because I want to be able to move back there in due course.)

It is obviously easier if your US firm can send you over here - if you need to apply directly, you need to spend time on the ground - count on at least 3 months - to go through the interview rounds. You may also have difficulties if you need to get a work permit which is likely to be taken into account in hiring decisions.

For more info, try the ads on top-consultant.com and in the UK Sunday Times, or call some recruitment agencies here to get insight on the recruiting situation on the ground.

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#4 Setting up a Consulting firm
23/06/2002 00:00

Sunil Nair

Hi,

I am setting up a Business Consulting firm in India. I would request you all to send in your valuable advices and suggestions, in this regrd.Please contact me at THINKTANK BUSINESS CONSULTING, 473, M.I.G, PANAMPILLY NAGAR, KOCHI-36, KERALA, PIN 682036, INDIA

Phone 91-484-314709 Fax 91-484-324716 Email: thethinktank@vsnl.net,thethinktank@satyam.net.in,thinktank@eth.net

Thanks and best regards, Sunil Nair

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