The honest truth is that 10 years ago, graduating undergrad with a degree in economics- I didn’t really know what I wanted to do. I had lots of interests, but none of them felt like an obvious next step. Instead, I saved money from my summers interning in finance and set out traveling. For several years I’d set aside 1-3 months to pursue whims, curiosities and backpack around the world.
Along the way, I like to think there were three things that guided my decisions and helped me find the path to an incredibly rewarding career in consulting and ultimately, a home at CRG.
Challenging yourself at CRG is inherent in what our teams live and breathe every day. Each problem that we work on is dynamic, seldom having clear or straightforward answers. Whether helping a beauty brand develop a blue sky growth strategy anchored on a new retail concept, leading a cost takeout that enables a leading apparel retailer to reinvigorate their innovation pipeline, or planning for the future of grocery, these questions inspire passionate debates in our team rooms, demand unconstrained thinking and lots of whiteboards.
Even more inspiring than the challenges we solve for are the people that we’ve gathered at CRG.