Managing Director & Senior Partner
Andreas Jentzsch is part of the leadership team for Boston Consulting Group's business in Central Europe (Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland, and Switzerland). In this role, he is responsible for the functional BCG practices. He is also head of the Operations practice in Central Europe.
As part of BCG customer projects, Andreas focuses on the automotive and mobility, and mechanical and plant engineering sectors. Before joining BCG in 2005, Andreas worked as a consultant at Kearney for five years and completed internships at Audi, BMW, and Siemens
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