Meet Our Team

What is your top interview tip?

1) Begin with small talk that gives the interviewer an intriguing piece of information about you, something that makes you memorable.

 

2) End with 3 questions (minimum) about the role, the interviewer’s career progression and the hiring process.

Shacind Ananthan

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President

What is your top interview tip?

I know it's *super* easy to say but being able to spend a few seconds before answering to gather your thoughts and put together the best answer you can.

Harry Bishop

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VP Corporate Communications

What is your top interview tip?

Read the investor relations when doing research on a company your applying to, especially the first couple pages of an annual report.

 

You’d be surprised how well a business would explain their operations when they’re talking to investors.

Jonathan Allison

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VP Digital Media

What is your top interview tip?

Be honest or it’ll catch up with you.

Jack Gowan

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Events Executive

What is your top interview tip?

Breath deeply and be honest, honesty will get you in the position you belong.

Stefan Trenev

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Events Executive

What is your top interview tip?

Research the role you’ve applied for very thoroughly and know your reasons for wanting the position.

 

Understand what the specific firm stands for and why you want to join their team.

Deepali Shirkay

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Marketing Executive

What is your top interview tip?

Know the values of the company you're interviewing for.

Tom Lothian

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Digital Media Executive

What is your top interview tip?

Be up to date with your commercial awareness, it’s very likely to come up.

 

Also, being able to give an opinion on a financial news story rather than just saying what is going on is a great thing to do.

Mattie Laurenti

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Chief Operations Officer

What is your top interview tip?

Network! Improving my interpersonal skills and “making friends” in the industry over LinkedIn has helped my application journey dramatically.

Ariana DeCross

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VP Events

What is your top interview tip?

Don't be afraid to email firms without formal application programmes, this method works!

Taylor Wood

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Corporate Communications Executive

What is your top interview tip?

Be yourself, don't be a robot and memorise everything.

 

Interviewers see hundreds of people, be unique and quirky while also being professional.

Bertie Western-Kaye

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Events Executive

What is your top interview tip?

Be confident and highlight all your key experiences.

Mallika Rane

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Marketing Executive

What is your top interview tip?

Be yourself.

Horia Zamfir

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IT Executive

What is your top interview tip?

Do your homework and focus on how you can bring unique value to the table.

Sharu Iyer

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Head of McCormick Consulting

What is your top interview tip?

Never underestimate the little experiences or things you’ve done growing up because it shows your character beyond interning for big company.

Bernice Tao

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VP Marketing

What is your top interview tip?

Be confident and true to yourself,

if you are false to yourself it will be obvious to someone who is experienced in interviewing.

Thomas Crick

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Corporate Communications Executive

What is your top interview tip?

Put some time into your cover letter and get others to read it.

 

During interviews, relax, be friendly and give plenty of detail when referencing times you’ve displayed a competence.

Fraser Hobb

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Events Executive

What is your top interview tip?

Don’t overthink your words. You’re doing better than you think.

Lucia Gordo Murillo

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Marketing Executive

What is your top interview tip?

Make yourself stand out from other applicants- through personal interests, hobbies & independent learning.

Rachel Thuo

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IT Executive

What is your top interview tip?

Be yourself when writing cover letters, show you are eager to learn new things and 'roll up the sleeves'.

Andrei Secelean

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VP Corporate Communications

What is your top interview tip?

Trust in your ability. Be confident. Don’t panic.

Demi Oyeyemi

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VP IT

What is your top interview tip?

Justify the text!

Rory Donegan

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Corporate Communications Executive

What is your top interview tip?

Answer as many interview questions with a story as possible. So make a good story tool box.

Adam Csajbok Johansson

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Events Executive

What is your top interview tip?

To be an interesting person and have a life outside of your academic courses, this will help you more than you think during applications and interviews.

Mia Law

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Marketing Executive

What is your top interview tip?

Take your time to make sure you write concisely and use keywords that match those used in the description of the role you've applied to. In your interviews be confident and enthusiastic.

Dylan de Cardoso

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Digital Media Executive