Capgemini Invent is the consulting behemoth’s management consulting arm. To make it clear, this is the BU that focuses on more traditional management consulting work as opposed to parent Capgemini’s tech consulting focus.
Capgemini Invent is still quite young, with only around 1,000 employees in North America. The firm is centered around 4 hub offices: Atlanta, Chicago, New York, and San Francisco. If you’re recruiting out of undergrad, note that you will have to be based in one of these offices for at least your 1st year.
While technically MBA candidates also have to be based in a hub office for their first year, the firm offers you more flexibility (perhaps a sign of the ongoing war for talent!). At the MBA level, negotiating starting office (and how often you’re there) is much more of an option.
See below for a list of the firm’s target schools, along with the corresponding offices they feed. While the firm will consider candidates from any school or background, it only has an in-person presence at these institutions.
|Georgia Institute of Technology||Atlanta||UG and MBA|
|Emory University||Atlanta||UG and MBA|
|University of Georgia||Atlanta||UG and MBA|
|North Carolina A&T||Atlanta||UG|
|Miami University of Ohio||Chicago||UG|
|Northwestern University||Chicago||UG and MBA|
|University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign||Chicago||UG|
|University of Michigan||Chicago||UG and MBA|
|New York University||New York||UG and MBA|
|St. John’s University||New York||UG|
|University of Southern California||San Francisco||UG and MBA|
|University of California, Berkeley||San Francisco||UG|
|Prairie View A&M||Central||UG|
Practice AreasCapgemini Invent serves the following industries:
- Consumer Products
- Energy & Utilities
- Life Sciences
- Public Sector
- New York Area
- San Francisco Bay Area