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Trindent Management Consulting

 
#1 Trindent Management Consulting
11/06/2008 02:02

Squid444

Has anyone interviewed with Trindent? I have a first round interview at the Tokyo office next week and I think these guys pay really, really well, but i can't find any information on their interviewing process.

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#2 RE: Trindent Management Consulting
11/06/2008 02:13

Jeb Uraskowicz to Squid444 (#1)

I've interviewed with them in Toronto, and can confirm that their offer was pretty darn good; got a Senior Consultants offer at $140K + bonus. Went with the McKinsey offer instead. The interviewing process is similar to any Bain, BCG, McK interview. First round is alot of charts and numbers, but second round is a really tough group case; all i can say is stick to what the website says and you should be OK.

http://www.trindent.com/interviewprep.htm

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#3 RE: Trindent Management Consulting
11/06/2008 03:37

EMCS to Jeb Uraskowicz (#2)

What is the sense you got about their culture and work atmosphere during the interviews? I take it from the website they are not a big company, with only three offices.

<a href="http://www.trindent.com/">Trindent</a>

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#4 RE: Trindent Management Consulting
15/11/2013 15:54

Grag123 to EMCS (#3)

Trindent is a boutique firm that focuses on implementation strategies and performance improvement projects.

Because this is a boutique firm expect very fast pace and steep learning curve. Culture-wise because it's a small team, everyone is very easy going and fun to be around. They recently started monthly training with all the staff, which is nice considering similar-sized firms don't have that.

To prepare make sure you are comfortable doing cases (McKinsey style) and you good with excel for later rounds.

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