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JessHoney
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Hi,

Well im trying to fill out an application for PWC. And you know the question where they ask for you to discuss an ideal client, i was wondering what they wanted me to put more emphasis on

1) the client i chose or 2) what PWC does

Should i limit the services they can provide to my "ideal client" to the line im applying for (assurance)?

Oh and im not in any way asking for answers to the question (i already found a company thats going through buying a stake in a company).
Just advice on exactly what they are looking. Cant mess this up, feel this is my last chance to get on a scheme.

Thanks in advance
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Masucha
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Just understand what PwC does and what services it could offer the client not just in assurance but tax, HR etc any company will do but it makes it easier if it is a big multi national.
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JessHoney
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so then really im focusing on PWC services then and not so much info on the clients actually business. I did choose a big company which is easier to talk about. But a high street store i heard is recommended as the firm may not know alot of background info on them.

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You will need to know the clients buisness so that you understand what PwC can do for them.
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