Managing Director & Partner
Giovanni Moscatelli began his career at The Boston Consulting Group in March 2007. He is a core member of the Industrial Goods practice at BCG, where he focuses on transportation, logistics, infrastructure, and shipping. He has over ten years of consulting experience in Europe, the US, and the Middle East, mainly with industrial goods players.
During his time at BCG, Giovanni has worked on projects covering strategy, operations, and organizational topics. He has worked with shipping, logistics, electronics, and engineering companies, among others. Giovanni is also a member of BCG’s Digital Center for Transportation & Logistics.
Prior to joining BCG, Giovanni worked extensively for The United Nations. During this period he was involved in several international cooperation projects around the world.
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