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Unconventional Background & Age

 
#1 Unconventional Background & Age
12/11/2003 00:00

Pejay Bell

Hi,

I'm what could be considered a late starter as I was a singer-songwriter for most of the first 10 yrs of my professional life. When the band life-cycle reached maturity (!) I went to work for the next 10 years at one of Europe's leading B-schools in first of all IT, then Research Administration and finally as Marketing Manager of their MBA. I've just completed an MSc in E-business to try and consolidate what I've learnt from experience over the past 10 years and would very much like to go into consulting in this area now. My question is: at 39 years old, is it worth my while trying to get a place at a consulting firm (i.e. will they even consider someone of my age?), or would it be better if I went freelance? I'm particularly interested in working with SMEs in all areas of e-business (process improvement, Web marketing strategy, e-learning, supply chain reduction, etc). I'm based in France but am a British female.

Any comments/suggestions would be most welcome,

Many thanks,

Pejay

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