Meet Frederique Lotin, a former consultant from our Brussels office (2010-2014) who is now a Manager at the Partners in Performance consulting firm. We had the opportunity to speak with him about his reflections from BCG and his journey since departing.
I have three tips for the (aspiring) consultant who wants to broaden their horizon in terms of practice areas:
At Unilin, a manufacturer and part of Mohawk Industries, I worked as an intern over the summer during my last year of studies (as I already had my offer from BCG at the beginning of the year, there was more room to earn some money on the side). I never considered a full time role at Unilin to launch my career because I believed that the investments BCG makes in its people are unmatched. As Filiep Deforche, a former OA from the Brussels Office, mentioned during the campus recruiting event, “BCG is a springboard which will allow anyone to jumpstart their career. When leaving BCG, you enter the job market with so much more experience and competences than your age or education would suggest.”
That is a tough one, because there are so many, but among the best: