Masterclass 2021 - Have a seat and make a real impact
Imagine being part of the team that makes the textile industry more sustainable by growing cotton from composted t-shirts. Or one that helps denim producers turn waste liquids into clean drinking water.
Taking part in BCG’s Masterclass business course on 9 to 11 June 2021, these are exactly the kind of challenges you’ll be helping one of our clients with. BCG’s Masterclass offers talented students the opportunity to leave their mark in the world of sustainable fashion.
Using your excellent quantitative and qualitative reasoning skills, you’ll get a chance to help our client remain a competitive and sustainable leader in the fashion industry. Teamed up with other talented students and BCG colleagues from diverse backgrounds, you’ll find out first-hand what it’s like to be a consultant for us and a force for good in the world.
Curious to see why BCG is consistently voted as one of the best companies to work for? Come and see for yourself and apply to be part of this unique experience. Please note that applications should be submitted no later than 16, May 2021.
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