Candidate:

Mr. Travel Tech

About Me:

Second in command of the country branch (small office of less than 10)
– responsible for maintaining and strengthening customer/client relationship ​
– mitigate the impact of covid

Moved to a tech start-up in covid due to slow business in travel.
– Focus on product development of tech solutions to offer to B2B clients

Details:

Undergrad School: International College in Thailand

Undergrad Major: International Business Management

GPA: 3.4

GMAT: 650+ (Estimated)

Age: 25,  Ethnicity: Asian or Indian

Other Degree/Certification: Associate Degree

School Name: Norwalk Community College

Extracurriculars: President and Captain of School Sports Team; Secretary of school's national club, Phi Theta Kappa (Community College), and Winner of Business Competition.

Work History:

Title: Assistant Manager / Business Development

Industry: Airline Tech Provider (Global Distribution Solutions) One of Sabre, Amadeus, Travelport

Company: Global

Length of Employment: 2 yrs, 1 mos

Big Life Wins:

1. Pushed for growth of market share from 16% to 22% in a market of only 3 firms. Pre-Covid
2. Winner of business competition in Stamford, Connecticut
3. Got offered a position at Big 3 consulting firm as an external contractor but could not pursue due to country’s political situation.

Post MBA Goal:

Hopefully switch into either management consulting or get doors open for a career in product development.
Note: Would also like to see my chances at either Said or Judge

Schools:

Target School: NYU Stern

Status: Open

Considering: Columbia

Odds:

The Experts Rate The Odds At: 10%

  • mbaMission | Odds Assessment: 10%

    Hi Mr. Travel Tech,
    It has not been easy being in the travel industry the last year and a half. Good thing you were able to pivot into tech. This is Debbie Choy from mbaMission. It sounds like you are a strong performer at work. I also like that you were an active student leader during undergrad. As you are still early in your career, do also consider engaging more in your community to demonstrate leadership. If there are causes that you’re passionate about, you could volunteer with a community organization to give back. As well, if you step into any leadership roles with the organization, it will resonate with the Admissions Committee. Further, to be competitive at Stern, you will need to boost your GMAT …

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