Managing Director & Partner
Faisal Hamady is a core member of the Technology, Media & Telecommunications (TMT) practice at Boston Consulting Group. He is experienced in corporate transformations, go-to-market approaches, and growth strategies (especially in the cyber-tech and telco spaces) across several international markets including the UK, the Czech Republic, Indonesia, the US, and the Middle East.
Faisal's most recent work focuses on the intersection of technology and economic development. In this area, he led the design and activation of national-level strategies (including ICT, artificial intelligence, and radio frequency spectrum) as well as the development of targeted programs and policy tools (ecosystem development funds, emerging tech localization initiatives, innovation districts).
He serves on the technical review panel for several industry associations (including MIT Technology Review, EDAS, IEEE) and has coauthored numerous papers on energy efficiency and security in mobile wireless networks.
Before joining the firm, Faisal was a platform engineer at Intel Corporation. He also cofounded Bringo, a digital retail startup.
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