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Help!

 
#1 Help!
22/11/2001 00:00

WA

I am an ex advertising/marketing/crm/new media planner who has worked on a number of high profile clients, mostly in the IT area (Microsoft/Oracle etc), as well as having set up my own agency and grown it to 8 people and turnover of 400k in Year 1, concentrating on the SME market.

I now however want to break into the consultancy area to widen my experience but am finding it hard to break into this area. Can anyone offer me any advice - all welcome - thanks!!

PS Am 29, London based.

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#2 Timing not great
23/11/2001 00:00

Paul

It sounds like you have an interesting blend of skills that in more buoyant times would be valuable to the major consultancies. In these lean times, however, there are so many experienced consultants on the market that anyone without a &quot;standard&quot; career path in consulting may find it difficult to break in....<br><br>

You might want to think about doing freelance consulting, or partnering your business with a small niche consultancy so that you can broaden your range of assignments into consulting. HTH, Paul

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#3 Re: Timing not great
23/11/2001 00:00

Will

Thanks - yes that seems to be the general consensus!

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