Analyst perspectives

Leon Ammerlaan
Working with expert independent consultants
Leon Ammerlaan, Analyst
For me, a major benefit of being an Eden McCallum analyst has been the opportunity to work with independent consultants…
Charles Bertlin
What does a humanities degree have in common with the work of a management consultant?
Charles Bertlin, Analyst
The shift from studying a humanities degree to working in management consulting is sometimes construed as a peculiar jump to make. Yet the bridge between the two is substantial.
Tijs de Boer
Fast learning from a range of projects and colleagues
Tijs de Boer, Analyst
The most exciting thing about consulting for me is the variety of work you do....
Querine Bulthuis
Diverse work, and lasting impact for clients
Querine Bulthuis, Analyst
I have always had a broad set of interests, and enjoy being surrounded by a wide variety of people, topics and ideas...
Drew Davy
An opportunity to observe impact in real time…
Drew Davy, Associate Consultant
You could say that my experience as an analyst has been slightly unusual so far...
Michael Dinwoodie
Training as a consultant - getting started
Michael Dinwoodie, Associate Consultant
My initial training at Eden McCallum was a fantastic experience and one I look back on with much fondness...
Ilja Hermans
Challenging yourself and helping to train others…
Ilja Hermans, Associate Consultant
I clearly remember my first three weeks at Eden McCallum: we stayed at an apartment near St. Paul’s Cathedral in London,,,
Tom van der Horst
Meeting my goals
Tom van der Horst, Associate Consultant
When I came to the end of my studies I wanted to continue learning at a fast pace and meet and work with interesting people. I went on a number of “in-house” days and business courses in various fields, and decided that consulting was the most appealing career path. Reflecting on my experience so far, I can say that I’m achieving those goals...
Bas Gerdsen
The right place for me
Bas Gerdsen, Analyst
The past few months have illustrated why Eden McCallum is the ideal place for me, for three reasons...
Emily Gowers
Valuing the whole person
Emily Gowers, Analyst
Since joining the analyst programme, I have seen first-hand how every person working at Eden McCallum is valued...
Renske Kroeze
Questioning the underlying needs of clients has become second nature
Renske Kroeze, Action Researcher, Instituut voor Publieke Waarden (Eden McCallum Alumna)
Towards the end of my tenure as an Analyst at Eden McCallum I received an offer which, given my background, I simply couldn’t refuse...
Christiaan Lensvelt
A steep learning curve
Christiaan Lensvelt, Associate Consultant
One of the central themes I remember from my analyst induction training at Eden McCallum is the emphasis on “feedback culture”.
Martijn ten Lohuis
Seeing the Eden McCallum analyst programme grow and develop
Martijn ten Lohuis, Global Operational Excellence Manager, Jacobs Douwe Egberts (Eden McCallum Alumnus)
I was one of the first two Analysts to join Eden McCallum's Amsterdam office in 2013, having graduated from the University of Groningen...
Solene Madelpuech
International curiosity
Solene Madelpuech, Global Commercial Manager, Sight Diagnostics (Eden McCallum Alumna)
My drive to be in a culturally diverse environment has always been central to my life decisions – and my past year at Eden McCallum has clearly provided me with numerous opportunities to fulfil my international curiosity.
James Manning
Social impact and passion for sports
James Manning, Associate Consultant
As a keen swimmer and triathlete, I was fortunate enough to compete at a National level whilst at school and university...
Holly Mason
Getting to know a broad range of industries
Holly Mason, Analyst
Coming from a geography background with limited business knowledge, consulting offers me the chance to learn about several different industries...
Jamie Roberts
Growing around smart people
Jamie Roberts, Analyst
After finishing our initial comprehensive training period, I was immediately moved onto a large transformation project for a mid-cap FTSE250 company. This involved me working on a team with no less than five senior consultants, and two more senior analysts...
Ellen Schmid
Making the most of your opportunities
Ellen Schmid, Strategy & Business Development Manager, Premier Inn Germany at Whitbread Plc (Eden McCallum Alumna)
Bringing the UK’s largest hotel chain to my native Germany was an opportunity that was hard to turn down, and in the end I went for it.
Gabriele Sessa
Adventures in Central and Eastern Europe
Gabriele Sessa, Associate Consultant
I was waiting for my first project assignment at Eden McCallum when only two days later I found myself on a flight to CEE. My first assignment: join an international team to work on an organisational design project.
Kate Tonks
Eden McCallum was a spring board for my next career step
Kate Tonks, Valuation Manager, Nested (Eden McCallum Alumna)
After two and half years as an Analyst at Eden McCallum, I joined Nested in January 2017 as the 7th employee, working across all of the operational functions...
Samantha van Urk
A toolkit for any career
Samantha van Urk, Analyst
What do neuroscience, refugee work, medicine and consulting have in common, you might wonder. In all honesty, I had studied and worked in these various fields...
Micha van Veldhuizen
From systems engineering to strategy consulting
Micha van Veldhuizen, Associate Consultant
In systems engineering, my focus was on designing complex socio-technical systems, like the construction of a large power plant...
Max Verbogt
A solid foundation for my career
Max Verbogt, Analyst
Throughout the interview process I got a very good feeling about Eden McCallum. It was easy to grasp the benefits of the firm’s model and how this would contribute to my development as an analyst...
Zeping Zhu
A great start full of opportunities, learnings and responsibilities
Zeping Zhu, Analyst
All independent consultants I have worked with have taken a personal interest in my development – always prompting me to ask the ‘so what’...