At BCG, Challengers go against expected thinking and inspire their teams to be truly innovative. Yuyu is unafraid to try new things.
The best part of working at BCG is that you are surrounded by the best people. Work hard with the smartest team at the highest intellectual level; play harder with the most fun people. Achieve your personal goals with the help of advice from outstanding alumni; make an impact with the passionate comrades who have similar dreams.
With my engineering background, I was working in marketing in Europe before I joined BCG in Greater China. When I moved back to China, I was looking for a more challenging career and a broader platform from which to develop my professional skills. BCG has provided me with so many amazing and surprising opportunities: broad exposure to various industries, a real impact on not only the business world but also our society, the smartest people to work with, and great intellectual challenges every day.
If you work at BCG, you really have an impact! On one case, we have designed a multiparty business model to help many financially challenged patients get better treatment. This innovative idea faced many challenges in the beginning. But with rigorous analysis and insightful discussion, it was finally launched and brough enormous value to patients and also to society.
Yuyu holds an engineering degree from Telecom Paristech and a digital business management degree from HEC Paris.
Q: Why did you choose to work at BCG?
A: BCG is a wonderful place for me to reach all my life goals. It provides the best resources to support my dreams and help me pave the way of realization.
Q: How has BCG helped you grow and succeed?
A: Thanks to BCG's feedback culture, I frequently receive formal and informal feedback, which I utterly appreciate! With the help of these sincere inputs, I can make progress the most efficient way and grow faster and better in the right direction.
Q: What are some of your volunteer or charitable work experiences?
A: I joined our social impact event this year, a house-building volunteer trip partnered with Habit for Humanity.