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Simon-Kucher & Partners

Strategy Consultancy
Bonn, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Köln +4 others
>1,400 employees worldwide
Marketing, Pricing, Sales, Strategy
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About Simon-Kucher & Partners

About Simon-Kucher & Partners
  • About Simon-Kucher & Partners

Simon-Kucher & Partners is a global consultancy with about 1,400 employees in offices worldwide. We focus on TopLine Power® and growth; our expertise in marketing and sales are ranked among the deepest and broadest in the consulting world. Our teams help clients grow revenue and profits rather than cutting costs. We are also renowned as the world’s best pricing consultancy. Read more about us

Unlike cost-cutting initiatives, our work in growing clients’ revenue and profit has no natural limits. As long as consumers, technologies, and business environments keep changing, companies will need help with monetizing their products.

Simon-Kucher’s common values include integrity, respect, team spirit, and entrepreneurship. Employees on all levels especially live up to the latter: Our partners are not only owners of the company, they are also entrepreneurs in the truest sense of the word. Every day, they are driving forward our firm’s economic success and future development. Our values? Our team!

Company Case by Simon-Kucher & Partners

Company case by Simon-Kucher & Partners
Cruise company German Sea Tours (GST) is a successful operator of international cruises. GST currently offers several cruise trips, lasting between 5 and 24 days. Additional services can be booked on board (e.g. excursions at each destination, onboard leisure activities). Customers tend to book thei ... (Open whole case)
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Consulting Q&As About Simon-Kucher & Partners

Life Science consulting in Middle East

Alvarez & Marsal IQVIA life science life sciences Middle East Oliver Wyman Simon-Kucher
Most recent answer on Jun 30, 2021
Anonymous A asked on Jun 28, 2021
<p>Hi all, </p> <p>I would like to understand which firms are strong in Life Science practice in Middle East region, outside MBB &amp; Strategy&amp;. </p> <p>From my research and talking to some people, I found that firms like Alvarez &amp; Marsal, Simon-Kucher, IQVIA, Oliver Wyman &amp; GE Healthcare Partners are doing well in that space in ME. </p> <p>Anyone could give better insights?</p> <p>(let's not talk about MBB and Strategy&amp;, as probably they are the leaders in ME anyways)</p>
Hi all, I would like to understand which firms are strong in Life Science practice in Middle East region, outside MBB & Strategy&. From my research and talking to some people, I found that firms like Alvar ... (read entire question)
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Advices for a 4-month internship potentially leading to full-time position - Tier 2 firm

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Most recent answer on May 11, 2021
<p>Hello everyone, </p> <p><u>To summarize the situation:</u> Graduating from a Pharm.D + MSc in Business from a top french school, I applied to a Tier 2 firm for a Consultant position in Europe, even if they were asking for 2 years experience that I don't have. I went successfully through the whole process but in the end they told me that because I still don't have the experience required they will offer me a 4-month internship leading to a full-time position if it works well.<br> <strong>I accepted the offer and will start early June and my objective is to stay in this firm with a full-time position in the end.</strong><br> <br> <u>My questions:</u><br> <strong>1.</strong> <strong>Is there any way to be sure they will consider me for a full-time position after this internship?</strong> (Contract, ...)<br> <strong>2</strong>. <strong>Should I apply for full-time position for other firms in case of this not working out?</strong> I guess it's a yes, then <strong>what timing?</strong> (<em>If too early I'm afraid I will not be able to use this experience the best way for my resume and potential interviews. If too late I may have a big delay between the end of internship and starting of position or miss the recruitments slots.) </em>Other concern is that I may be "<strong>banned</strong>" of these firms for the moment since I didn't pass the screening for most of them, except 1 MBB and 1 other Tier 2.<br> <strong>3</strong>. <strong>How could I prepare the best</strong> for this internship so I start full-speed at the beginning and have the best chances to get the full-time position? Typical question, I know. I have 6-month experience in a small consulting firm but without PPT/Excel training whatsoever, everything learnt by doing but I don't feel very confident on that point neither on the "processes" and ways of working of a big and structured firm.<br> <br> Thank you very much in advance for your advices and help!</p>
Hey, 1) They wont gurantee anything (full-time offer) now but you can land one provided you do a cracking job during the internship. Think about following: Show that you are credible and learn quickly. Show that y ... (read entire answer)
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