KIM
Consultant, Munich,
Management Consulting

Why goetzpartners

I met goetzpartners at a Consulting Cup at the WFI in Ingolstadt. Here I took part in a 24h case competition where goetzpartners was one of the evaluators. The welcoming, authentic and approachable consultants had already convinced me back then. During an internship at the company I gained great insights while working on a post-merger integration in Liechtenstein. During that time, I learned a lot and felt incredibly comfortable.

MY MOST CHALLENGING PROJECT

Every project is different and holds its own challenges. One always learns something new, develops and advances – this is a very important point when choosing a career in consulting. After I started, I was directly involved in a very challenging strategy project with a digital focus. The time frame was extremely tight and I had to familiarize myself intensively with this challenging topic. Right from the start, I received a great deal of trust and responsibility. At the same time, it was all very exciting and I could take part in management workshops and even sit next to the CEO at dinner - the room for personal development at goetzpartners is huge.

BEYOND PROJECTS

At goetzpartners everyone can get involved internally within different programs. The consultants also set up many initiatives themselves, these are encouraged and supported by management. For instance, I am an active part of our women@goetzpartners initiative. The initiative has launched various measures for our consultants, such as special coaching and training sessions, and we organize internal events. Together with our marketing and HR departments, we also organize regular recruiting events for potential female consultants/ candidates. In addition, I am a mentor for our new hires and operate as a PowerPoint trainer for our young professionals at goetzpartners.

MY PERSONAL BACKGROUND

I studied Business Administration and Management at WHU before completing my Master in International Business and Management at CBS in Copenhagen and NUS in Singapore. During my gap year I was an intern at various consultancies to figure out what I really wanted. During time abroad in Europe, the USA, South America and Asia I have gained many different experiences. In the end, however, I am happy to be back at goetzpartners.