August 2018 - Volume 10, Issue 8

I hope this message finds you doing well and that you are managing to stay cool during the dog days of summer! Here's the latest news from what we're seeing in the Strategy & Corporate Development marketplace, followed by the open positions we're aggressively looking to fill:

  • 2018 Mid-Year Offer Report: As foreshadowed in last month’s newsletter, today we are pleased to release our 2018 Mid-Year Offer Report. This report details a subset of the offers we’ve extended to current and former consultants on behalf of our clients during the first six months of this year, as well as the subsequent results (some offers were accepted and some were declined). We encourage you to download the one-page PDF file.
  • 2019 Consulting Compensation Survey launches next month: As many of you know, every January the Charles Aris team releases the most comprehensive consulting compensation study in the industry (We encourage you to download our most recent report). For the 2019 study, we are asking for your help! In light of new and expanding pay-equity laws, Charles Aris is no longer directly asking candidates about their compensation history and tying that data to them individually. Instead, we’re creating a voluntary survey to securely gather anonymous data no longer tied to individual candidates. Starting August 31, 2018, we hope you’ll take five minutes to complete the survey so that we can continue to provide you with the best compensation data in the consulting industry.
  • Bain announces new offices: Bain & Company recently announced that it is opening new offices in Bogota, Colombia; Seattle, Washington; and Berlin, Germany. That will bring the consultancy’s total to 56 offices in 36 countries. Consulting firms continue to flourish! Woohoo!

We're working on great opportunities and we want to hear from you! Below you will find a summary of each opportunity that we are working on, as well as the contact information for the Charles Aris team member who is spearheading the search. Please reach out to anyone on my team, or to me directly, to discuss these opportunities in greater detail – or feel free to forward this email along to friends and colleagues who might have an interest in learning more.