But standing on stage, in front of four, stern-faced partners, it all seemed to click.
Our presentation flowed and each team member fielded the judges’ questions with poise.
At the end of our presentation we sat down, sharing congratulations at successfully getting through a presentation we were thrown into without any preparation.
Much to the surprise of each and every member of our team, our presentation was recognized as one of the best-in-class.
The whole experience served as a perfect parable for the entire consulting experience: a group of dedicated people battling fate and the elements to deliver for their clients.
Emily Barry is a rising MBA2 and just completed her summer internship on the brand management team at Mars.
Over the next few weeks, the agency and I went back and forth on design drafts, eventually aligning with the broader Twix team on a site that should be up and running in the next few weeks.
My second project was a competitive analysis of Butterfinger’s recent reformulation and relaunch of their original bar.
I arrived at the airport shortly after my coworker finished speaking with a gate agent.
Apparently all flights out of the New York area airports had been cancelled until Sunday.