I have offers from MBB and Big-4 for supply chain role, manager level. I know it's not the 'done thing' to turn down MBB and I'll get a lot of 'if you're a decent consultant, work it out for yourself' answers but I genuinely need some advice form people in the know.
I've obviously had the sales blurb fom both but want to get the real picture.
As I see it: -
MBB - good on CV but not sure whether their supply chain work is too strategic i.e. not operational - inventory, trucks, sheds etc..
Big-4 - operational nuts-and-bolts stuff but not that well regarded when moving on.
And before I get the 'thinking of exit options before you've joined' stuff, this is my first job move, aged 27, from industry to consulting to get involved in other sectors before (probably) moving back into industry 5+ years on.
Any insider insights much appreciated.