Vector Consulting Group Hires from IIM-A, XLRI and ISB

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India Today | February 16, 2015

Vector Consulting Group Hires from IIM-A, XLRI and ISB

Vector Consulting Group, the largest and fastest growing management consulting company in the space of Theory of Constraints (TOC) in India, has recruited from premier institutes like XLRI, IIM-A and ISB campuses in the recently concluded placement season for 2015.

The company has recruited a total of eight candidates from the Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (IIM-A), Xavier School of Management (XLRI) and Indian school of Business (ISB) campuses.

Mr. Puneet Kulraj, Founding Director, Vector Consulting Group, said, "This is the fifth year of recruitment from the premier campuses and not a single person from these batches has left the company. I am pleased that we are creating a new benchmark in the consulting industry, which has typically very high attrition rates in the initial years."

Vector Consulting Group Hires from IIM-A, XLRI and ISB
Engaging work environment and good word-of-mouth from consultants of previous batches is also helping us attract more talent and retain them.

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