Careers in Consultancy – Round Table Discussion
Are you curious about what it means to work in consultancy? Please join us for a roundtable discussion. This is an opportunity to learn about different types of consultancy as well as about our guests’ own personal career paths and strategies.
Our panelists work in different areas of consultancy and will speak about:
- how they landed in this field,
- their specialty in their area of consultancy,
- the skills required to be a good consultant,
- tips for preparing for this career area during your time as a student.
Ákos started his career in the financial sector , worked 8 years for K&H and CIB Bank in various roles. 12 years ago he changed to consultancy. He worked 7 years at BCG, 3 for Deloitte and is a Partner at EY now for more than a year.
Julia worked as head of HR mostly in the financial industry (NN Insurance, MÉBIT (now AVIVA), Unicredit Bank) in the past 2o years. She also ran her own organisational development consultancy for a decade. After studying Digital transformation at CEU, she recently became a re-start-upper, founding a technology consultancy that develops software for organisational cultures.
Judit is a highly experienced business executive and diversity & inclusion expert in the management consulting sector. As director and senior consultant at InterSearch Hungary she helps companies and organizations shape their future by finding executives with great leadership potential and across geographical and cultural borders.
Gergely Kovács- MBA'17 - Senior Venture Architect - Educate
After graduating at CEU MBA, Greg took a job at McKinsey New Ventures to help them build their internal startups. Later, he turned to freelance consultancy, mostly focusing on helping SMEs and startups to grow.
Currently he works for EIT, does private startup mentoring/coaching, facilitates Design Sprints, and also participates in large scale agile transformations at companies like OTP Bank.