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Media & Entertainment Consulting

 
#1 Media & Entertainment Consulting
22/03/2002 00:00

Simon Richardson

Does anyone know which companies offer junior/graduate positions in media & entertainment consulting. Many thanks.

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#2 Re: Media & Entertainment Consulting
26/03/2002 00:00

Tony Restell

Simon - if you click on the company profiles section of the site and then on *sector focus* you will find listings for about 60 firms and the areas they work in. Best of luck, Tony

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#3 Re: Media & Entertainment Consulting
28/03/2002 00:00

simon

You can try Oliver & Ohlbaum, their website is www.oando.co.uk, there is also one called human capital www.humancapital.co.uk

Hope this helps!

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#4 Re: Media & Entertainment Consulting
28/03/2002 00:00

Paul Naha-Biswas

Try Spectrum Strategy Consultants - strategy specialists in media, telecoms and online - they take on around 5-8 graduate entry level applicants per year.

Spectrum has also got an excellent reputation in the industry and is a great place to work - however, I'm a bit biased because I used to work for them!

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#5 Re: Media & Entertainment Consulting
01/04/2002 00:00

Simon Richardson

Thanks for your comments. They are much appreciated.

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#6 Re: Media & Entertainment Consulting
02/04/2002 00:00

Phillippa Dunlop

Simon - larger consulting firms don't tend to recruit juniors into these sector-specific teams, preferring more senior individuals with c5-8 yrs industry experience. Consultancy media/ents teams have actually been hit quite hard by the current downturn and some have even been disbanded. Recruitment activity is therefore well down, at all levels. As far as the numerous smaller specialists are concerned, they do take a limited number of grad/junior hires, but competition is quite tough, and personal intros useful! I'd suggest trying for an industry post in media/ents, and await better times, which may see you qualify for experienced hire level entry.

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#7 Re: Media & Entertainment Consulting
02/04/2002 00:00

Simon Richardson

Tough but sound advice. What kind of career path or role would you suggest for someone like myself (recent grad, limited experience), seeking such a position at a later stage, that would equip me with the necessary skills and experience. Many thanks for he advice.

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#8 Re: Media & Entertainment Consulting
03/04/2002 00:00

Kevin Newport

Simon,

The vast majority of consulting in the media & entertainment industry is carried out by small (often one person) consultants who have personal relationships with the companies involved. This makes it difficult to start out in the area, unless you contact the key people in the industry direct and ask them to suggest a few names! However, there are also substantial pieces of work done by the "big 5" with Accenture, Andersen (still), PWC, Deloittes, & KPMG leading the pack - and it's worth approaching those firms direct. Also in the strategy field McKinsey, Booze Allen and Spectrum pick up quite a bit of work and may have junior openings. Hope this helps

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