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Small vs Large

 
#1 Small vs Large
03/05/2006 09:43

Consulting boy

I have two offers one from a well known leading consultancy and one from a relatively new start up consultancy which is rapidly growing. Where should I go ?, pay is pretty much the same.

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#2 What's the upside?
03/05/2006 10:31

Tony Restell (Top-Consultant.com)

I'd expect a start-up consultancy to either be offering you a shareholding / share options - or a faster promotion track than the established brand. If these are on offer then they'd be quite appealing in the current buoyant market; if they're not, then I'd get the strong brand name on your CV. Unless there's something else like the culture of the start-up place that is significantly better... Tony

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#3 Re: What's the upside?
05/05/2006 23:17

Cosultancy Boy

Yes! They are offering fast promotion (analyst to consultant in 2 years apparently) and maybe a shareholding in the future, but it sounds just to good to be true. Surely there must be a downside Tony?

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#4 Re: Small vs Large
14/05/2006 19:18

LAB

Agree with Tony's comments but would add it depends on where you are in your career. If you are "building" go for large consultancy brand as addition for CV - if later then go for smaller as more scope and interest.

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