BCG dishes Marriott points bonus — Pro athletes all-in on PE deals — Best bets in legal tech
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- BCG consultants who have spent the past year grounded are getting a nice perk: 180,000 Marriott hotel points.
- Investors give us the deets on best bets to make in the world of legal tech.
- Ex-banker Mark Patricof details how he helps big-name athletes invest in PE deals.
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BCG is giving consultants 180,000 Marriott hotel points to make up for the travel rewards they’d normally get from visiting clients on-site
Boston Consulting Group is giving consultants 180,000 Marriott rewards points — equivalent to two nights at the luxury St. Regis resort in Bora Bora, where villas are around $1,800 per night.
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