Vault’s Consulting Firm Top 50

“I’m doing a little consulting. I’m somewhat retired, still a director of a company or two.” – Jack Kilby

Not sure yet what consultancies you should be applying for? Trying to figure out which firms are top of the consultancy food chain? To help you decide, check out Vault’s 2013 Consulting Firm Top 50. We have given you a little sneak peak to their top 10 :

1 1 Bain & Company 9.181 Boston, MA
2 2 McKinsey & Company 8.999 New York, NY
3 3 The Boston Consulting Group, Inc. 8.966 Boston, MA
4 10 Booz & Company 7.879 New York, NY
5 4 Deloitte Consulting LLP 7.517 New York, NY
6 7 Oliver Wyman 7.479 New York, NY
7 6 A.T. Kearney 7.328 Chicago, IL
8 12 PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (Consulting Practice) 7.264 New York, NY
9 9 Analysis Group, Inc. 7.196 Boston, MA
10 16 Censeo Consulting Group 7.118 Washington, DC

For the whole top 50, visit They have more information on all consulting firms, so have a look around.

The Big Winner,, Bain & Company
Founded in 1973, Bain is one of the world’s leading consulting firms. The firm’s 5,400 consultants help business leaders make the big decisions that will direct their organizations’ futures (strategy), and then help them realize those futures (operations, marketing, organization, technology, mergers and acquisitions and sustainability). Bain has worked with more than two-thirds of the Global 500, thousands of notable regional and local organizations, hundreds of non-profits and private equity funds representing 75 percent of global equity capital. With 49 offices in 31 countries, Bain experts work across every economic and industry sector, from media to healthcare to alternative energy. While the firm’s client list is a closely guarded secret, word has leaked about some of its prestigious clients, among them the likes of De Beers, Dell, Ford, Charles Schwab, Starbucks, Del Monte and Endeavor.


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