According to Statista, there were over 734,000 business consultants working in the United States in 2020 – a number which has surely grown. However, many people are still unaware of what is means to be a consultant and when thinking about your career long-term, what it takes to be successful.
On this episode of DigitalNOW, we are joined by Marc Tausend, a Manager in our Strategy and Operations practice here at Logic20/20. He provides an overview on the current demand for consultants, the out of the box thinking he’s using when it comes to searching for talent, and what traits we are looking for in a successful consultant. He also provides some real life examples of different careers paths our employees have taken to find success in the consulting industry. Whether you’re new to consulting and looking for ways to break into this industry, an experienced consultant looking to elevate your career, or someone who is looking to add new consultants to their team, you won’t want to miss this episode.
Marc Tausend is a manager in our Strategy and Operations practice here at Logic20/20. He specializes in connecting information and people to create collaborative solutions. One thing that sets Marc apart is that he is a thought leader but also the type of guy that roles his sleeves up and gets stuff done.
DigitalNOW is an original business and technology podcast by Logic20/20 that is released on a monthly basis. In each episode, host Matt Trouville interviews a new expert to learn about industry trends, fascinating new tech, shifting customer expectations, and the steps every business can take to stay ahead. Check back here for future episodes, OR you can find us on all major podcast sites, including Spotify, Apple Music, Pandora, and more.
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Marc Tausend is a manager in our Strategy and Operations practice here at Logic20/20. He specializes in connecting information and people to create collaborative solutions.
Matt Trouville is our DigitalNOW podcast host, helping bring the latest technology and strategy to our listeners, and translating messaging from subject matter experts.