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Management Consultant - USA to Europe

 
#1 Management Consultant - USA to Europe
26/02/2008 03:38

Fontaine

Living in the U.S. working for a Big 4 consulting firm and wanting to relocate to Europe. What's the best strategy for getting hired while living in the states, and then relocating? Willing to work in any country, just for the experience. Speak mild arabic but not enough to conduct business.

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#2 RE: Management Consultant - USA to Europe
26/02/2008 15:18

ACN to Fontaine (#1)

Network with and get your name known among colleagues in your firm's US offices. Get on a European project. Apply for a transfer to your firm's European offices. Keeping it all within the same firm is the most successful strategy.

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#3 RE: Management Consultant - USA to Europe
27/02/2008 01:10

Jon to ACN (#2)

Fontaine, tell your boss that you want to attend a project in europe. this is the easiest way. if you dont get along with your boss, then you have a problem!

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