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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by SeanMVCA, Mar 7, 2012.
I'm a consultant and I would never reveal client names on a resume. You never know where the resume is going to end up. Simply say something like "large international airline" instead of British Airways. You can then, if not under any confidentiality clause, consider revealing the client name in an interview only.
I think I agree with Redhead. As a former consultant, I never would have discussed a client by name. A general description is fine. "Fortune 500 company", "Major international airline", "Major regional retail chain", etc.
EDITED TO ADD: To make it a little more murky: does your employer list its clients on its website or in press releases? If yes, then it might be ok to mention that you were on that particular team.