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Horvath & Partners vs Simon-Kucher & Partners

Hi everyone,

Which firm is the better career choice in terms of exit options: Horvath & Partners or Simon-Kucher & Partners?
By exit options I mean a transition to MBB or a change to industry.
Side note: The relevant geograpy is Germany/Switzerland/Austria.

Thank you.

Hi everyone,

Which firm is the better career choice in terms of exit options: Horvath & Partners or Simon-Kucher & Partners?
By exit options I mean a transition to MBB or a change to industry.
Side note: The relevant geograpy is Germany/Switzerland/Austria.

Thank you.

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Hi there,

as usual, it depends.

Both consultancies have one strong focus area - pricing for SKP and controlling for H&P. So if you want to work in either of these fields then go for the consultancy that is stronger there.

Otherwise, I believe they are relatively comparable, although SKP is a bit larger and I guess a bit more international.

Cheers

Elias

Hi there,

as usual, it depends.

Both consultancies have one strong focus area - pricing for SKP and controlling for H&P. So if you want to work in either of these fields then go for the consultancy that is stronger there.

Otherwise, I believe they are relatively comparable, although SKP is a bit larger and I guess a bit more international.

Cheers

Elias

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