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Hotel Management to Consulting

 
#1 Hotel Management to Consulting
09/04/2007 16:39

Aagman Baury

Hi

I have about 3 years operational experience in the Hospitality Industry and have a degree in Hotel Management. I am interested in a career switch to consulting preferably in Hospitality and Leisure. Will my qualifications and industry experience help to make the switch or MBA is the best route?

Thanks

Aagman.

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#2 RE: Hotel Management to Consulting
17/05/2007 21:33

Elodie to Aagman Baury (#1)

Hi,

I have the same background as you Aagman, 2 years experience in this industry with a marketing degree. I am now looking for a job in consulting in this industry too.

So, if anyone here have one idea or advice to give to us, that will be very usefull.

Thanks

Elodie

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#3 RE: Hotel Management to Consulting
17/05/2007 23:52

Rambo to Elodie (#2)

I think PKF have a strong practice in consultancy to hotels. If you are moving into a hotel management consultancy role you can probably leverage your existing experience. If you want to go into other sectors an MBA may be beneficial. It all depends on exactly what level your experience is at. You'd pretty much need 2-3 years management experience to join as an experienced hire, as graduate opportunities in these practices are relatively scarce.

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#4 RE: Hotel Management to Consulting
14/10/2007 18:44

Fahad to Aagman Baury (#1)

Is this Aagman from All Saints High School?

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#5 RE: Hotel Management to Consulting
14/10/2007 19:29

Stalker thread to Fahad (#4)

Anyone else thinks that the last message sounded particularly stalker-ish?

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#6 RE: Hotel Management to Consulting
14/10/2007 19:47

Advisor to Aagman Baury (#1)

Hospitality and leisure are surely relevant, but I believe that if you can expand or market your knowledge into one or more additional industries, you would be more successful.

What is related to hospitality and leisure? Transportation (i.e. airlines) is surely related, as is customer service (many related applications here). Try to think beyond your degree and current experience. Consulting firms target every industry... just look at their websites. Your skills go well beyond hospitality and leisure.

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#7 RE: Hotel Management to Consulting
14/10/2007 22:04

Big Consultant to Advisor (#6)

No Stalker Thread,

I don't think it sounds stalkerish, I think it sounds more like a old friend get back in touch.

I guess people like you would not understand that concept.

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