Managing Director & Partner
Georg Kappen joined Boston Consulting Group in 2009. He is a core member of the firm’s Automotive and Operations practices.
Georg has worked with clients in automotive OEMs and off-highway engine manufacturing along all steps of the value chain with a focus on R&D, purchasing, and manufacturing of powertrain and propulsion systems. He also has recent experience in large scale transformation programs and cost and procurement optimizations, as well as efficiency improvement and quality management programs.
In 2013, Georg spent one year in the Tel Aviv office as part of BCG's Ambassador program. Prior to joining BCG, Georg served for 12 years as an infantry officer in the Armed Forces in Germany, Bosnia, Kosovo, and Sudan.
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