Consulting is a key industry for Imperial students. The main function of the Consultancy society is to facilitate the transition to employment through educational events, case studies, career fairs and networking. However, all of this is completely dependent on sponsor support, and sound functioning of the society requires strong and stable industry ties. As Corporate Relations VP it would be my job to ensure we... read more
Hey I’m Roshan, a 3rd year student, and I believe I would be a good choice for your Corporate Relations VP.
I have been in a sponsorship officer role before and I know the difficulties as well as some of the nuances of negotiating with potential sponsors. Utilising my previous experience as well as the network the society has already developed I will definitely be able to contribute to the sponsorship side of... read more
Hi, I’m Sam, a Mechanical Engineering student coming into my fourth year of study following a Year in Industry at Deloitte Consulting working on their Strategic Alliance with Amazon across EMEA.
I joined ICCS as a Corporate Relations Associate, generating strategies for increasing the effectiveness of the society’s sponsorship proposal, before becoming the Vice President of Marketing & Technology last year.... read more
My name is Manny and I’m running for the position of VP (Corporate Relations) at ICCS.
The Consultancy society is a platform for students looking to step into consulting, and my goal is to provide each member with an opportunity, experience, or skill that will bring them one step closer to entering this challenging industry.
If elected, as VP of Corporate Relations, my objectives for this... read more
If elected, I wish to:
• Connect with start-ups or less competitive firms that recruit interns for consulting roles, so that members who are not in their penultimate year or did not manage to secure any internships can still get consulting-related work experience (I understand that getting a competitive graduate job is VERY difficult without relevant experience on your CV!)
• Look for ways to maximise society... read more