Partner & Director
Konrad von Szczepanski is a core member of Boston Consulting Group’s Global Advantage practice and led BCG’s Industrial Goods practice in the UK and Benelux from 2015 to 2020. He is the global lead for joint ventures, alliances, and digital ecosystems. He is also the global lead for strategy, value creation, and ecosystem integration in metals and mining.
Since joining the firm in 1992 (Konrad worked for the firm from 1992 to 2002 and rejoined in 2013), he has brought his experience in commercial excellence and strategy to clients in many different industries and geographies, but mostly to clients in global metals and mining. During his more than 18 years’ experience in the industry, he has consulted with and worked for many of the world's leading companies on six continents.
Konrad’s practical experience in setting up, restructuring, and dissolving JVs is an advantage in his work with a wide range of clients, in both established and emerging markets, who want to strengthen their positions by forming strong partnerships.
Before rejoining BCG, Konrad was Vice President of Strategy and Development, Aluminium, with BHP Billiton.
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