Georg Sticher is a Senior Advisor to Boston Consulting Group. In his time at BCG since 1990, Georg acquired extensive project experience with Passenger Car and Commercial Vehicle OEMs as well as suppliers around the world. He was a core member of BCG's global automotive sector and was its leader from 2002-2013.
Prior to joining BCG in 1990, Georg was a sales representative and project manager with Herbert A.H. Behrens de Venezuela from 1986-1988.
Three trends—the increasing complexity of cars, the growing role of nontraditional players, and the rising influence of connectivity—will reshape the European automotive aftermarket.
Joblinge’s intensive, cost-effective program addresses unemployment in Germany and prepares disadvantaged young people for the job market by providing skills, experience, and employment opportunities.
Electric cars will gain in popularity between now and 2020, but vehicles propelled by the internal-combustion engine will continue to dominate the global automotive industry.
What impact will the development and cost of various types of batteries have on the emerging market for electric cars?