Category Archives: Eric

A New Approach To Work

During my time here at Asian Agribusiness Consulting, I truly have learned quite a lot, not only about the consulting business in general, but also about myself. To start, I feel I handled adversity very well during my internship. There … Continue reading

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Slaying the “Beast” Project. Here Comes Another.

I believe the most challenging part of this internship was getting through with our 5 weeks long project. During my time with the project, I was not given explicit instructions, causing me to learn on my own. It was challenging … Continue reading

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“Facing” the Challenges of Global Agribusiness

During my time here at AAC, I have come to learn a significant amount about the agribusiness industry and what a consulting company truly entails. The industry is much larger and grandiose than one may expect. The entire world is … Continue reading

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The Cold Call Grind

Over the past few weeks, my internship has consisted of me being alone for the most part. As mentioned before, my supervisor does not work at the office, but rather works at home near Shanghai. Even though I do not … Continue reading

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Rejection isn’t Failure. Persistence is Success

Currently, I am working on a project that provides market data for a client. The client wants my team and I to evaluate the size of specific sections of the animal feed industry¬† by estimating their USD value throughout Southeast … Continue reading

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The Ultimate Data Hunt

The company I work for is Asian Agribusiness Consulting, a consulting firm headquartered in Beijing that provides specialized consulting services to individuals and companies in the agribusiness industry. I work for the market research/consulting department of the firm. My job … Continue reading

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Post-College Days are Looking Bright

To begin, my first few days at my internship with Asian Agribusiness Consulting have been pleasant and easy going. My daily commute is about an hour or so by taking the bus, subway, and then finally using my legs. My … Continue reading

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