I have a company that does rapid prototyping for startups, basically building up MVP from scratch. So far I was just doing it for friends and friends of friends and I am looking to expand into bigger markets. What's the best way to approach this target market?
Hi guys, please help me get to 11 likes. I hold 3 years of experience as an python Flask + Vue.js + MySql web developer.Please do suggest any relevant jobs.
What’s better, United status match/corporate sales challenge or Marriott status march?
both options would give me United Silver
Got offer from BCG for ECT. Read numerous comments about ECT being not attractive compared to Generalist track. Also heard challenges about billability/utilization. Any views/ guidance appreciated!
I am not super keen to become a partner (selling) and main reason to join will be working with different clients, smart talented people and a good brand. End goal (at the moment atleast) is to stay for few years and return to the industry. 15 YOE
🐠 who did an MBA, how many hours a day did you put in for academics and what grades where you targeting (A, B+, B, etc.)?
Platinum Elite here, do you all just ask if any upgrades are available or rely on the front desk agent to upgrade you? I feel like a d-bag asking.
What is the difference between a Business Architect and an Enterprise Architect at Salesforce?
Selling SIMILAC FORMULA! I would donate it… but I paid so much money for it and my son won’t drink it.
I have 30 small bottles and 6 of the big ones. DM me if interested.
What should I be reading or researching? First gen lawyer here, always been small firm. I’m at a 2 attorney firm now and was just approached about becoming a partner. The boss wants to clean up the books so I can review them and we can discuss. Other than professional connections, I have no idea where to turn for info/insight. I’m definitely interested, but obviously this is a big decision, so I don’t think a “partner? Sure, I’m in” is appropriate.
Has anyone been in the TBWA Youngbloods program? I applied, but the application is to submit nothing but your resume and portfolio unlike other internship and fellowship programs like MAIP. I’m worried that my chances of getting my application even getting seen will be lower because of that.
Offer accepted! Before I start, I will virtually meet my direct reports I didn't meet during interviews. My new managers will also be there. I've managed people before, ~2 years ago, so I'll be rusty, but I love helping others achieve their goals. Previous roles were promotions & I hired my repots. What would be good topics/questions for this initial meeting with everyone? There's no agenda set, but I'd like to be intentional. I'm sure my mgrs will lead, but I want to be thoughtful. Thanks.
Should I avoid The Many?
Who wants help getting out of consulting! =)
Applied for a three positions at EY-Parthenon got denied to all of them. Position is for SD, one especially being for Automotive sector. I live in the US currently, but have 7 years of EY experience (SM) in another country and being Head of FP&A for 2 major Automotive companies in the same country. Currently in major food producer in US as SM for Strategic Finance. What am I missing here, not even a call for an Interview?
Anybody else have a hard time transitioning creatively/mentally from a small agency to a big agency?
I moved to a large agency not too long ago from a smaller shop. I’m used to media planning pretty strategically for smaller budgets ($2M or less) but now that I’m trying to plan for clients with $50M+ budgets and Super Bowl spots my mind just goes blank.
I am just having such a hard time thinking creatively and out of the box because I’m so used to efficiency and not shock and awe.
Happy Monday, fur-iends 🐶🐶😀
I'm Prashant (Be mech 2013), had 2 years of gap in 2015-16 due to some family issues, now I'm working in Kansai nerolac paints ltd as a production officer from last 4.5 years. My monthly salary is 28.7K. Actually this post is for BE/Btech in paint technology.I am facing difficulty getting job and promotions becouse I'm not from paint background.I'm depressed and feeling financing weak.I don't know what to do now.I can't leave this job, So please help me, what should I do now.
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Have I just had bad luck with the companies I've been at or is it like this everywhere? I've had 7 managers in my 4 years of experience, 3 in one year at my first position (which is why I left) and now 4 at the 2nd company in 3 years. There has been a mix of people leaving and people getting fired but the instability feels extreme.
The hours I’m working right now to meet a deadline are extreme, I’m only getting a few hours of sleep a night. How do you keep yourself alert during that final push?
My wife's an artist and I'm an engineer, so I guess opposites really do attract sometimes
What advice would you give a student who wants to enter engineering but doesn’t cope with stress all that well?
It surprises people when I say I'm an engineering major because I "don't come across as a nerd" and I don't know how to feel about that
How much should i be making as 5 year experienced hydraulic molding press machine set up?
Is anyone familiar with contractor to company employee compensation? Basically asking how much a large tech company is paying a contractor for me to work for them in regards to asking for a starting salary- if anyones familiar with the percentages that would be amazing!
I found one of my coworker's anonymous Twitter accounts, and it has a ton of red flags involving bigotry, sexism, etc. It's a personal account, so should I mention it to HR or not?
Im a Design Engineering from Mexico but Im also an American citizen, I would like to know how can I get my wet-stamp and if I need it… I have my degree from Mexico but I’m not not familiar with the process I have to follow to work as an Engineer in the States
When I ask my manager for advice about how to do something, he usually just tells me I'll "figure it out yourself." But when it comes down to it, he doesn't help me at all by doing that—he just makes me feel like an idiot. And then when I do figure it out myself and bring the answer back to him, he won't even look at it! He'll just say something like "Oh yeah, thank you," and give me another assignment.
Which subfields of engineering are going to show the most growth in the next ten years, in your opinion?
I recently started working as Associate Project Manager in CBRE project management in New York. I am paid $80,000 plus bonus. I think I am paid less, but just wanted to check with the group here on what you all think.
I have 4 years of experience, Masters in civil engineering.
It's engineering, not rocket science. I mean unless it really IS rocket science... in which case it's engineering, physics, and chemistry.
I am reviewing details for a new role within my organization. Looking for ideas on salary alignment. Role is Senior Engineer, Global Engineering working on capital projects, etc. within the chemical, petroleum industries.
Hey I’m currently an engineer at a nuclear power plant, I’ve only been there about 6 months, but I recently got an offer for a production shift supervisor at a chemical plant. My question is basically would this be more valuable experience than my current position. Any other pros and cons would be helpful too. Thanks
It's odd how people think engineering is only math, of course that's part of it but there is no way you can make it as an engineer unless you have an insatiable curiosity. I've met some of the most interesting people in this field
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