Javier Seara joined Boston Consulting Group in 2004. He is a core member of the firm’s Consumer and Marketing, Sales & Pricing practices. In 2007, he supported the Washington office as a BCG Ambassador. He also leads BCG’s global work in fashion and luxury.

Javier’s client work at BCG covers all steps of the value chain in fashion and apparel retail. It includes brand identity and repositioning, shopping experience, product development, and sourcing. In his role as sector lead, Javier supports teams around the world on reorganization projects for fashion brands and on growth strategies for top multibrand-apparel retailers. He works extensively with private-equity companies on acquisitions, both sell and buy sides.

Before joining BCG, Javier pursued a scientific career. He worked at Technical University Munich as a research assistant in the department of robotics and at the Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics as a researcher in the ASDEX Upgrade tokamak, the largest German fusion device.


  • PhD, electrical engineering, robotics and artificial intelligence, Technical University Munich
  • MA, electrical engineering and automation, University of Navarra
  • MA, electrical engineering, University of Glasgow