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Consulting in Hungary

 
#1 Consulting in Hungary
10/10/2001 00:00

CLS

Can anybody tell me which German / UK or US based consultancies are active in Hungary and employing people there?

Thanks.

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#2 Re: Consulting in Hungary
15/10/2001 00:00

Roland Berger

You could try the Germany strategy consultancy Roland Berger, who have an office in Hungary: www.rolandberger.com

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#3 Re: Consulting in Hungary
18/10/2001 00:00

FALCON

Be careful - this consultancy company - too high costs, inefficient personell and don't forget - a terrible German Bank in the backstage!

Use Hungarian and English freelancer. If you wish good quality to a good price or a lot of work and no hierarchy - use freelancer. The big consultancies are the consultancies of the 19th and 20th century - the 21th century is the century of freedom and freelancer!

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#4 India Asssociate
16/11/2001 00:00

Chandni Sahgal

Hi

I am based in Bombay India and run a consultancy firm focussing on strategy, business planning, startup management and corporate training. Interested in associations and joint projects in India,UK,Europe, and eastern Europe. Pls contact

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#5 Re: Consulting in Hungary
18/12/2001 00:00

Chris

Hi - not a very timely reply, but hopefully a useful one from someone who spent a few months in Budapest this summer freelancing/looking for work in consultancy.

First issue is it is becoming very difficult unless you speak hungarian. Second is the market is quite small and tends to focus on Central European trends etc. On that basis the main players are D&T, KPMG and PwC - typically developing a multi country presence. The strategy houses, Mckinsey, Bain etc all have a presence but it only seems to be about 3-4 consultants ie a presence rather than a real operation and as a result limited job opportunities. There are also some system integration houses.

Main sectors and issues are BPR/cost reduction focusing on manufacturing related sectors. This is linked to inward investment and the need to remain competitive. This includes the imminent EU accession.

One final point - unless you get the job from outside Hungary, you will be treated as a local and paid accordingly ie poorly by western standards. Having said all that, its a fab city so good luck

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